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Abraham Lincoln in His Own Words: An Intimate View of Our Greatest President

Basker, James G.

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ISBN 10: 1932821651 / ISBN 13: 9781932821659
Published by Gilder Lehrman, 2009
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Light rubbing to wrappers. 2009 Stapled Binding. We have more books available by this author. More has been written about Abraham Lincoln than any other American, yet our view of him is dominated by a series of iconic images: the self-taught son of an illiterate farmer; the bearded man in the stovepipe hat; the savior of the Union; the Great Emancipator; the martyred leader. But what has made Lincoln such a great man? His letters and manuscripts allow us to understand his principles by drawing from his own words. Explore Abraham Lincoln's legacy through documents written in his own hand. Bookseller Inventory # 2166455

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Title: Abraham Lincoln in His Own Words: An ...

Publisher: Gilder Lehrman

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Stapled Binding

Book Condition:Very Good

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More has been written about Abraham Lincoln than any other American, yet our view of him is dominated by a series of iconic images: the self-taught son of an illiterate farmer; the bearded man in the stovepipe hat; the savior of the Union; the Great Emancipator; the martyred leader. But what has made Lincoln such a great man? His letters and manuscripts allow us to understand his principles by drawing from his own words. Explore Abraham Lincoln's legacy through documents written in his own hand. Abraham

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