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Author: Abraham Lincoln; Albert Bushnell Hart
Publisher: New York, Chicago Gregg Pub. Co. [©1920]
Series: Living literature series.
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Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
... Selected writings of Abraham Lincoln.
New York, Chicago [etc.] Gregg Pub. Co. [©1920]
(OCoLC)758996881
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Lincoln; Albert Bushnell Hart
OCLC Number: 3125747
Description: 345 pages portraits 17 cm.
Contents: I. Autobiographies --
1. Autobiographical sketch prepared for the Dictionary of Congress (June 1858) --
2. Brief autobiography prepared for J.W. Fell (Dec. 20, 1859) --
3. Short autobiography prepared for a popular campaign (June 1, 1860) --
4. Memorandum given to the artist Hicks (June 14, 1860) --
II. 1836-1853 --
5. Early principles of popular government (June 13, 1836) --
6. Reverence for law (Jan. 27, 1837) --
7. On the stump (Dec. 26, 1839) --
8. A near view of slavery (Sept. 27, 1841) --
9. Opinions of Texas (Oct. 3, 1845) --
10. Against the Mexican War (Dec. 22, 1847) --
11. Self-advice for a lawyer (July 1850) --
12. Advice to a slack man (Jan. 2, 1851) --
III. 1854-1860 --
13. "Lost speech" on slavery (May 29, 1854) --
14. The slavery crisis (Aug. 24, 1855) --
15. Origin of the idea of half slave and half free (Aug. 15, 1855) --
16. Equality the central idea (1856) --
17. No dissolution of the Union (1856) --
18. Dred Scott decision (June 26, 1857) --
19. "A house divided against itself cannot stand" (June 16, 1858) --
20. Popular sovereignty (July 10, 1858) --
21. Essence of the Declaration of Independence (July 10, 1858) --
22. The Freeport doctrine (Aug. 27, 1858) --
23. Definition of democracy (Aug. 1?, 1858) --
24. Our defense is the spirit of liberty (Sept. 13, 1858) --
25. Come back to the Declaration of Independence (Aug. 17, 1858) --
26. The principles of Jefferson (Apr. 6, 1859) --
27. Capital and labor (Sept. 17, 1859) --
28. An appeal to the South at Cooper Institute (Feb. 27, 1860) --
29. Labor's interest against slavery (1860) --
30. Knownothingism (July 21, 1860) --
31. Elected president (Nov. 20-Dec. 13, 1860) --
32. To run the machine as it is (Dec. 17, 1860) --
33. The basis of compromise (Dec. 22, 1860) --
IV. 1861-1865 --
34. The state of the union (Feb. 11-22, 1861) --
35. The first inaugural (Mar. 4, 1861) --
36. Asking advice of the senate (Mar. 16, 1861) --
37. The president is president (Apr. 1, 1861) --
38. Loss of a noble soldier (May 25, 1861) --
39. The call to arms (Apr. 15, 1861) --
40. The war message (July 4, 1861) --
41. "Wanting to work" (Oct. 17, 1861) --
42. The nation and the war (Dec. 3, 1861) --
43. A message to English working men (Jan. 10, 1862) --
44. Executive order on political prisoners (Feb. 14, 1862) --
45. Friendship with other nations (Mar. 4, 1862) --
46. Advice to the border states (Mar. 10, 1862) --
47. Proclamation of thanksgiving for victories (Apr. 10, 1862) --
48. Thanks to the soldiers (May 15-Dec. 23, 1862) --
49. The broader powers of the Constitution (May 26, 1862) --
50. The army and fugitive slaves (July 28, 1862) --
51. Duty of aliens (July 21, 1862) --
52. Answer to the "prayer of twenty millions" (Aug. 22, 1862) --
53. Colonization of Negroes (Aug. 14, 1862) --
54. Delay in emancipation (Sept. 13, 1862) --
55. Preliminary emancipation proclamation (Sept. 22, 1862) --
56. The judgment of the country (Sept. 24, 1862) --
57. The slowness of the war (Nov. 4, 1862) --
58. Hopes of peace (Dec. 12, 1862) --
59. Final proclamation of emancipation (Jan. 1, 1863) --
60. The commander-in-chief to the generals (Jan. 22-Oct. 4, 1863) --
61. War on the ministers (Jan. 2, 1863) --
62. Prayers of God's people (Jan. 5, 1863) --
63. The long-enduring consequences (Feb. 22, 1863) --
64. Recalling soldiers to their regiments (Mar. 10, 1863) --
65. Military service of aliens (May 8, 1863) --
66. The Constitution in war (June 29, 1863) --
67. Victory at Gettysburg (July 4, 1863) --
68. "The fourth of July" (July 7, 1836) --
69. Effect of emancipation (Aug. 26, 1863) --
70. Gettysburg address (Nov. 19, 1863) --
71. Proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction (Dec. 8, 1863) --
72. Review of the war (Dec. 8, 1863) --
73. "Trying to evade the butchering business" (Jan. 7, 1864) --
74. A positive direction (Mar. 1, 1864) --
75. Lincoln and Grant (Mar. 9-Apr. 30, 1864) --
76. Capital and labor (Mar. 21, 1864) --
77. The case against slavery (Apr. 4, 1864) --
78. What is liberty? (Apr. 18, 1864) --
79. Honor to the churches (May 14, 1864) --
80. Sticking to the war (June 16, 1864) --
81. Abiding the issue (Aug. 15, 1864) --
82. What is involved in this contest (Aug. 18-22, 1864) --
83. The purposes of the Almighty (Sept. 4, 1864) --
84. The Constitution the ultimate law (Oct. 19, 1864) --
85. No free government without elections (Nov. 9, 1864) --
86. Victory, not triumph (Nov. 17, 1864) --
87. The anti-slavery amendment to the Constitution (Dec. 6, 1864) --
88. Origin of the greenbacks (Dec. 16, 1864) --
89. To the mother of five heroes (Nov. 21, 1864) --
90. Response to serenades (May 9-Nov. 10, 1864) --
91. Following the death (Aug. 3, 1864) --
92. "With malice toward none, with charity for all" (Mar. 4, 1865) --
93. Last public address (Apr. 11, 1865) --
Lincoln chronology.
Series Title: Living literature series.
Responsibility: edited by Albert Bushnell Hart.

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