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Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Literary works of Abraham Lincoln.
New York : Heritage Press, ©1942
(OCoLC)609213691
Named Person: Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Lincoln; Carl Van Doren; John Steuart Curry; Heritage Press (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 3348024
Description: xv, 294 pages, [29] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Address to the People of Sangamon County --
Letter to Mary Owens (1-2) --
Address before the Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois --
Letter to Mrs. O.H. Browning --
Letter to John T. Stuart --
Letter to Joshua F. Speed (1-4) --
Note: Washingtonian Temperance Society --
Letter to Joshua F. Speed (1-5) --
Letter to William Johnston (1-2) --
The bear hunt --
Letter to William Johnston --
Letter to William H. Herndon --
Fragment, notes for law lecture --
Letter to John D. Johnston (1-2) --
Letter to Jesse Lincoln --
Letter to Joshua F. Speed --
Speech delivered at Springfield, Illinois, at the close of the Republican State Convention by which Lincoln had been named as their candidate for United States Senator --
The Seventh and Last Joint Debate with Stephen A. Douglas, at Alton, Illinois --
Annual Address before the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin --
Letter to J.W. Fell --
Address at Cooper Institute, New York --
Short autobiography written at the request of a friend to use in preparing a popular campaign biography in the election of 1860 --
Letter to Alexander H. Stephens --
Farewell Address at Springfield, Illinois --
Address in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. First Inaugural Address --
Reply to Secretary Seward's Memorandum --
Proclamation calling "The First 75,000" (excerpt) --
Message to Congress in Special Session --
Note: "The Battle of Bull Run" --
Letter to O.H. Browning --
The President of the United States to the King of Siam --
Message to Congress recommending Compensated Emancipation --
Appeal to Favor Compensated Emancipation, read by the President to Border-State Representatives --
Letter to Cuthbert Bullitt --
Letter to Horace Greeley --
Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation --
Meditation on the Divine Will --
Telegram to General G.B. McClellan (1-2) --
Letter to Carl Schurz --
Letter to Fanny McCullough --
Final Emancipation Proclamation --
Letter to the Working-men of Manchester, England --
Letter to General Joseph Hooker --
Letter to Erastus Corning and Others --
Response to a Serenade --
Letter to General U.S. Grant --
Draft of Letter to General G.G. Meade --
Letter to General O.O. Howard --
Opinion on the draft, never issued or published by the President --
Letter to J.H. Hackett --
Letter to J.C. Conkling --
Proclamation for Thanksgiving --
Address at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetary --
Letter to Edward Everett --
Remarks on closing a Sanitary Fair in Washington --
Letter to A.G. Hodges --
Address at a Sanitary Fair in Baltimore --
Letter to General U.S. Grant --
Statement written out for Ward Lamon --
Response to a Serenade --
Letter to Mrs. Bixby --
Letter to U.S. Grant --
Second Inaugural Address --
Letter to Thurlow Weed --
Address to an Indiana Regiment --
Telegram to General U.S. Grant --
Last Public Address --
Selected maxims, observations, and comments chronologically arranged.
Responsibility: selected, with an introd. by Carl Van Doren and with illus. by John Steuart Curry.

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