By Joe Wheeler
More books were written approximately Abraham Lincoln than approximately the other president in usa historical past. And now, tale archeologist Joe Wheeler has gathered—for the 1st time ever—the such a lot cherished, the main deeply relocating tales approximately Lincoln ever written. during this treasure you are going to discover who Lincoln fairly was once via tales that carry to lifestyles the strong rules upon which the United States was once based.
This infrequent and gorgeous heirloom assortment unearths the servant center of President Lincoln, his commitment to the folks who served him, and his homespun humor and knowledge. those are the tales that construct personality and encourage conviction in those that learn and listen to them. accrued for the very goal of being handed from iteration to new release, those pleasant tales turns into favorites of adults and youngsters alike—as mom and dad and grandparents learn them time and again to their young children and grandchildren.
Collected over an entire life from previous magazines and publications—most published among the Eighteen Eighties and the 1950s—these tales inform of the non-public lifetime of Lincoln, his tumultuous years throughout the Civil struggle, and the impression he had at the those who met him.
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