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Selections from the writings of Abraham Lincoln

Author: Abraham Lincoln; Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton
Publisher: Chicago ; New York : Scott, Foresman and Co., ©1922.
Series: The Lake English classics
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Rev. ed. with helps to studyView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
... Selections from the writings of Abraham Lincoln.
Chicago, New York, Scott, Foresman and Co. [©1922]
(OCoLC)609209487
Named Person: Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Lincoln; Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton
OCLC Number: 1494004
Notes: At head of title: Revised edition with helps to study.
Series title also at head of t.p.
Includes: Chronology of Lincoln's life and writings (p. 25-26).
Description: 2 preliminary leaves, 3-424 pages ; 17 cm.
Contents: Growth and training. Lincoln's Autobiography of 1860 --
Announcement of candidacy for legislature --
Address to the people of Sangamon County --
Political views in 1836 --
Letter to Robert Allen --
Protest against slavery --
Letter to Mrs. O.H. Browning --
Letter to W.G. Anderson --
Letter to Miss Mary Speed --
Letter to Williamson Durley --
Letter to William H. Herndon --
Letter to John M. Clayton --
Notes for a law lecture --
Letter to John D. Johnston --
Fighting the extension of slavery. The nature and objects of government --
Letter to John M. Palmer --
The Peoria speech --
Letter to I. Codding --
Letter to George Robertson --
Letter to Joshua F. Speed --
Letter to J.A. Brittenham --
Speech in reply to Senator Douglas at Springfield --
The Springfield speech --
Letter to Henry Asbury --
Lincoln's Autobiography of 1858 --
Definition of democracy --
Letter to J.N. Brown --
Letter to H.D. Sharpe --
Letter to H.L. Pierce and others --
The Columbus speech --
Letter to J.W. Fell --
Lincoln's Autobiography of 1859 --
The Copper Union speech --
Saving the Union. Letter to William S. Speer --
Letter to William H. Seward --
Letter to John A. Gilmer --
Letter to Thurlow Weed --
Farewell address at Springfield --
Address in Independence Hall, Philadelphia --
First Inaugural Address --
Seward's "Some thoughts for the President's consideration" --
Reply to Seward --
Reply to a committee from the Virginia Convention --
Letter to Reverdy Johnson --
Letter to Gustavus V. Fox --
Letter to Colonel Ellsworth's parents --
Message to Congress in special session --
Letter to General John C. Frémont --
Letter to O.H. Browning --
Letter to Major Ramsey --
Extract from Annual message to Congress --
Letter to General David Hunter --
Letter to General George B. McClellan --
Special message to Congress --
Letter to Henry J. Raymond --
Letter to General George B. McClellan --
Telegram to R. Yates and William Butler --
Proclamation revoking General Hunter's order --
Appeal to the border state representatives --
Letter to Reverdy Johnson --
Letter to Cuthbert Bullitt --
Letter to August Belmont --
Letter to Horace Greeley --
Reply to a Chicago committee --
Telegram to General George B. McClellan --
Letter to General Carl Schurz --
Order for Sabbath observance --
Letter to General N.P. Banks --
Letter to General Carl Schurz --
Extract from Annual message to Congress --
Letter to William H. Seward and Salmon P. Chase --
The Emancipation Proclamation --
Letter to General John A. McClernand --
Reply to the workingmen of Manchester --
Letter to General Joseph Hooker --
Letter to General William Rosecrans --
Letter to Governor Horatio Seymour --
Proclamation for a National Fast Day --
Telegram to General Joseph Hooker --
Letter to General U.S. Grant --
Letter to James H. Hackett --
Letter to James C. Conkling --
Letter to Salmon P. Chase --
Proclamation for Thanksgiving --
Letter to James H. Hackett --
The Gettysburg Address --
Proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction --
Extract from Annual message to Congress --
Letter to Salmon P. Chase --
Letter to Michael Hahn --
Letter to A.G. Hodges --
Letter to General U.S. Grant --
Order to General John A. Dix --
Memorandum --
Letter to Mrs. Bixby --
Extract from Annual message to Congress --
Second Inaugural Address --
Letter to Thurlow Weed --
Memorandum on terms of peace --
Telegram to General U.S. Grant --
Last public address --
Letter to General Van Alen.
Series Title: The Lake English classics
Responsibility: ed. for school use by J.G. de Roulhac Hamilton.

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