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The living Lincoln : the man, his mind, his times, and the war he fought, reconstructed from his own writings

Author: Abraham Lincoln; Paul M Angle; Earl Schenck Miers
Publisher: New York, N.Y : Barnes & Noble, 1992, ©1955.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"[The authors] have selected the best of Lincoln's writings on himself and the tremendous issues of his day. By their skillful editing, letters, speeches, and documents are fused into an intimate self-portrait. Here is, in effect, Abraham Lincoln's autobiography, from his early years in Springfield, through the upheavals of his Presidency, tho the day before he died"--from front jacket flap.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Living Lincoln.
New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press, 1955
(OCoLC)563876263
Named Person: Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Lincoln; Paul M Angle; Earl Schenck Miers
ISBN: 1566190436 9781566190435
OCLC Number: 27839534
Notes: Includes index.
1 93-7380.
2 93-7381.
Description: viii, 673 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: New Salem --
Early years in Springfield --
Prairie politics --
Congressman Lincoln --
Reflective years --
National emergence --
House divided --
"These poor tongues" --
Making of a candidate --
Republican nominee --
Period of waiting --
Irrepressible conflict --
from Belmont to second Manassas --
From Antietam to Vicksburg --
"The signs look better" --
"With malice toward none."
Responsibility: edited by Paul M. Angle and Earl Schenck Miers.

Abstract:

"[The authors] have selected the best of Lincoln's writings on himself and the tremendous issues of his day. By their skillful editing, letters, speeches, and documents are fused into an intimate self-portrait. Here is, in effect, Abraham Lincoln's autobiography, from his early years in Springfield, through the upheavals of his Presidency, tho the day before he died"--from front jacket flap.

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