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     Abraham Lincoln in Depth
    Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincoln’s Moods
    “Lincoln was a curious – mysterious – quite an incomprehensible man,” wrote William H. Herndon shortly before he died. As Lincoln’ longtime law partner and longtime wannabe biographer, Herndon knew whereof he spoke. In this book, writer... Read more

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     Abraham Lincoln's Contemporaries
    Abraham Lincoln’s Sons
    Illinois Editor Jeriah Bonham recalled visiting Abraham Lincoln in Springfield in the summer of 1860. Mr. Lincoln was at the State Capitol where he normally met with visitors, but this day he was alone with Tad and Willie, who were playing on the floor of the Governor’s office. “‘Tad’ was spinning a top, and Mr. Lincoln... Read more

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     Abraham Lincoln State by State
    Abraham Lincoln and Connecticut
    On September 11, 1848, Congressman Abraham Lincoln probably landed at Norwich, Connecticut after taking a steam ship from New York City. He was destined for Massachusetts to help rally that state’s Whigs behind the presidential candidacy of... Read more

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    BibliographiesView the bibliography list on the all the books that were cited in the numerous articles about the life of Abraham Lincoln.
    Be entranced by the intellectual and charismatic side of Abraham Lincoln in his famous speeches.
    Step back in time to find historical and noteworthy events that captured the times of Abraham Lincoln.
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    Read all about stories of Abraham Lincoln by various authors.
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