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Abraham Lincoln

Author : John M. Hay
ISBN : 9781605206806
Genre : History
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Considered one of the best treatments of the presidency of Abraham Lincoln of its time, this portrait of the man and his administration of the United States at the moment of its greatest upheaval is both intimate and scholarly. Written by two private secretaries to the president and first published in 1890, this astonishingly in-depth work is still praised today for its clear, easy-to-read style and vitality. This new replica edition features all the original illustrations. Volume Seven covers: [ the enrollment and the draft [ the Lincoln-Seymour correspondence [ Chancellorsville [ the campaign of the bayous [ the invasion of Pennsylvania [ Gettysburg [ Vicksburg [ the defeat of the Peace Party at the polls [ prisoners of war [ and much more. American journalist and statesman JOHN MILTON HAY (1838-1905) was only 22 when he became a private secretary to Lincoln. A former member of the Providence literary circle when he attended Brown University in the late 1850s, he may have been the real author of Lincoln's famous "Letter to Mrs. Bixby." After Lincoln's death, Hay later served as editor of the *New York Tribune* and as U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom under President William McKinley. American author JOHN GEORGE NICOLAY (1832-1901) was born in Germany and emigrated to the U.S. as a child. Before serving as Lincoln's private secretary, he worked as a newspaper editor and later as assistant to the secretary of state of Illinois. He also wrote *Campaigns of the Civil War* (1881).
Category: History

The Age Of Lincoln

Author : Orville Vernon Burton
ISBN : 9781429939553
Genre : History
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Stunning in its breadth and conclusions, The Age of Lincoln is a fiercely original history of the five decades that pivoted around the presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Abolishing slavery, the age's most extraordinary accomplishment, was not its most profound. The enduring legacy of the age of Lincoln was inscribing personal liberty into the nation's millennial aspirations. America has always perceived providence in its progress, but in the 1840s and 1850s pessimism accompanied marked extremism, as Millerites predicted the Second Coming, utopianists planned perfection, Southerners made slavery an inviolable honor, and Northerners conflated Manifest Destiny with free-market opportunity. Even amid historic political compromises the middle ground collapsed. In a remarkable reappraisal of Lincoln, the distinguished historian Orville Vernon Burton shows how the president's authentic Southernness empowered him to conduct a civil war that redefined freedom as a personal right to be expanded to all Americans. In the violent decades to follow, the extent of that freedom would be contested but not its central place in what defined the country. Presenting a fresh conceptualization of the defining decades of modern America, The Age of Lincoln is narrative history of the highest order.
Category: History

A History Of Lincoln

Author : Richard Gurnham
ISBN : 0750955562
Genre : History
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The earliest settlement beside the Brayford Pool was called Lindon, and this Celtic name was adopted by the Roman conquerors in the first century ad. e fortress established on the hill above the river Witham was later transformed into a provincial capital of the Roman Empire, complete with a forum, basilica and ne houses, and the mighty walls and gates built then would still be standing many hundreds of years later. After the Empire collapsed the city survived as the capital of a minor British realm which later developed into the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Lindsey. Prosperity and growth returned with the arrival of the Vikings in the ninth century, and the great cathedral begun by the Normans, the Conqueror’s castle and fine Norman town houses are the jewels in the crown of Lincoln’s modern tourist industry. Throughout the 12th and 13th centuries the city thrived as a major centre for the wool and cloth trades, but even before the Black Death struck in 1349 it was beginning to decline, and Lincoln would remain a sad and decayed echo of its former self until the last years of the 17th century, much damaged following its use as a garrison town in the Civil Wars. Rapid growth, however, came only in the 19th century when this rather sleepy, ancient cathedral city transformeditself – almost literally ‘overnight’ – into a centre for heavy engineering and, in the First World War, the home of the tank.Today this dual legacy of ancient and modern persists. e Siemens engineering works beside the Pelham Bridge is the last indicator of the city’s former engineering greatness, but Lincoln’s older heritage is better preserved than ever before, and a new university has been established beside the Brayford Pool, where it all began. First published in 2009, this fully illustrated book tells the story of the city’s many transformations over two thousand years and, through a wealth of detail, brings to life the events and challenges faced by many generations who have lived and worked in this rather beautiful ‘place by the pool’.
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Lincoln And The Jews

Author : Jonathan D. Sarna
ISBN : 9781466864610
Genre : History
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One hundred and fifty years after Abraham Lincoln's death, the full story of his extraordinary relationship with Jews is told here for the first time. Lincoln and the Jews: A History provides readers both with a captivating narrative of his interactions with Jews, and with the opportunity to immerse themselves in rare manuscripts and images, many from the Shapell Lincoln Collection, that show Lincoln in a way he has never been seen before. Lincoln's lifetime coincided with the emergence of Jews on the national scene in the United States. When he was born, in 1809, scarcely 3,000 Jews lived in the entire country. By the time of his assassination in 1865, large-scale immigration, principally from central Europe, had brought that number up to more than 150,000. Many Americans, including members of Lincoln's cabinet and many of his top generals during the Civil War, were alarmed by this development and treated Jews as second-class citizens and religious outsiders. Lincoln, this book shows, exhibited precisely the opposite tendency. He also expressed a uniquely deep knowledge of the Old Testament, employing its language and concepts in some of his most important writings. He befriended Jews from a young age, promoted Jewish equality, appointed numerous Jews to public office, had Jewish advisors and supporters starting already from the early 1850s, as well as later during his two presidential campaigns, and in response to Jewish sensitivities, even changed the way he thought and spoke about America. Through his actions and his rhetoric—replacing "Christian nation," for example, with "this nation under God"—he embraced Jews as insiders. In this groundbreaking work, the product of meticulous research, historian Jonathan D. Sarna and collector Benjamin Shapell reveal how Lincoln's remarkable relationship with American Jews impacted both his path to the presidency and his policy decisions as president. The volume uncovers a new and previously unknown feature of Abraham Lincoln's life, one that broadened him, and, as a result, broadened America.
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Abraham Lincoln

Author : John George Nicolay
ISBN : IND:39000001885420
Genre : United States
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A History Of Lincoln Minster

Author : Dorothy Owen
ISBN : 0521254299
Genre : Architecture
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This is an illustrated volume of specially-commissioned studies of the history of the cathedral foundation of Lincoln which traces its historical development, architectural evolution and musical history from its post-Norman foundation to the present day. The book synthesises the findings of modern scholarship and presents an important and comprehensible interdisciplinary survey for anyone interested in English cathedral history and architecture, and above all for anyone who visits or frequents this great landmark of England's heritage.
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The Pictorial History Of Lincoln Maine

Author : Lincoln Historical Society (Me.)
ISBN : OCLC:34905830
Genre : Imprints (Publishers' and printers' statements)
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The Lincs

Author : Geoffrey Hayes
ISBN : IND:30000124815683
Genre : History
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Relying heavily on the regimental diarist along with other personal narratives, the author details the World War II regimental history of the Canadian Army's Lincoln and Welland Regiment.
Category: History

History Of The Lincoln County War

Author : Maurice Garland Fulton
ISBN : 0816500525
Genre : History
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In the annals of western history, the Lincoln County War stands out as a complex and tragic event in which lives were lost, fortunes destroyed, and peaceful citizens transformed into lonely, exiled outlaws. A classic reference work on the era of Billy the Kid, this fast-moving account brings new meaning to the war and to those individuals who became its victims.
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Abraham Lincoln A History Volume 01 Large Print

Author : John G. Nicolay
ISBN : 1798541106
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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EARLY LAW PRACTICE Early Legal Customs. Lincoln's Popularity in Law and Politics. A Speech in 1840. The Harrison Campaign. Correspondence with Stuart. Harrison Elected. Melancholia
Category: Biography & Autobiography

History Of An Attempt To Steal The Body Of Abraham Lincoln Abridged

Author : John Power
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Genre : History
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A fascinating and little-remembered event in 1876—a group of men tried to steal the body of Abraham Lincoln and hold it for ransom. The failed attempt and the subsequent efforts to better secure the late president's remains are the subject of this volume, first printed in 1890. The writer was John Carroll, custodian of the Lincoln Memorial. For the first time, this long out-of-print volume is available as an affordable, well-formatted book for e-readers and smartphones. Be sure to LOOK INSIDE by clicking the cover above or download a sample.
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History Of The Lincoln Family

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ISBN : WISC:89061954947
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Samuel Lincoln (1619-1690) immigrated in 1637 from England to Salem, Massachusetts, later moving to Hingham, Massachusetts. Descendants lived in New England, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri, California and elsewhere.
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Assassination Of Lincoln

Author : Thomas Mealey Harris
ISBN : UCAL:$B61111
Genre : Trials (Assassination)
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Category: Trials (Assassination)