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Abraham lincoln: first republican president and civil war leader abraham lincoln was born in a log cabin in rural hardin (now larue) county, kentucky, the son of an illiterate carpenter and farmer young lincoln received little formal schooling and was largely self-taught. Abraham lincoln,people fox's regimental losses in the american civil war lincoln was raised to farm work and recalled life in this unbroken forest as a . Thomas’s biography was the first comprehensive one volume analysis of lincoln’s life since lord charnwood’s 1917 biography of lincoln thomas was a history professor and executive secretary of the abraham lincoln association in springfield. Mini biography of abraham lincoln - your invisible mentor name: abraham lincoln birth date: february 1809 – april 1865 job functions: lawyer, politician and america’s 16th president fields: politics and law known for: leading american through the civil war, gettysburg address wisdom for life: “four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation .
Abraham lincoln (1809-1865) born near hodgenville, ky on february 12, 1809, lincoln was the central figure of the civil war, and is regarded by many historians and laymen as not only the foremost of our presidents but also the greatest american of all time. Neely has also written a comprehensive and valuable reference work, the abraham lincoln encyclopedia (1982), as well as the fate of liberty: abraham lincoln and civil liberties (1991) other valuable studies of specific aspects of lincoln’s life and career include: gabor boritt, lincoln and the economics of the american dream (1978) boritt, ed,. A children's biography of president abraham lincoln - unsuccessful generals of the civil war abe lincoln research study for kids. Abraham lincoln: a history is an 1890 ten-volume account of the life and times of abraham lincoln, written by john nicolay and john hay, who were his personal secretaries during the american civil war. Abraham lincoln and civil war america: a biography is an extremely informative book of the life of our 16th president it starts out with his life as a young boy, soon growing into his life as an adult.
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Remembering the american civil war: abraham lincoln: gettysburg address on november 19, 1863, at the dedication of the national cemetery at gettysburg, pennsylvania, on the site of the battle of gettysburg, pres abraham lincoln delivered one of the world’s most famous speeches. The following is a list of the best books about abraham lincoln: general during the civil war 5 abraham lincoln: a biography of lincoln’s life and solely . Abraham lincoln was the sixteenth president of the united states childhood & early life formative years work on anti-slavery lincoln was heavily against . In abraham lincoln and civil war america, historian william gienapp provides a biography of the most revered figure in united states history while the heart of the book focuses on the civil war, gienapp begins with a finely etched portrait of lincoln's early life, from pioneer farm boy, to politician and lawyer in springfield, to his stunning election as sixteenth president of the united states.