The Life of Abraham Lincoln : Drawn from Original Sources and Containing Many Speeches, Letters, and Telegrams 〈1〉

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The Life of Abraham Lincoln : Drawn from Original Sources and Containing Many Speeches, Letters, and Telegrams 〈1〉

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 206 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780548144862
  • DDC分類 920

Table of Contents

    The Origin of the Lincoln Family---The         1  (17)
Lincolns in Kentucky---Birth of Abraham
Lincoln
The Lincolns leave Kentucky for Southern 18 (11)
Indiana---Conditions of life in their new
home
Abraham Lincoln's early opportunities---The 29 (16)
books he read---Trips to New
Orleans---Impression he made on his friends
The Lincolns leave Indiana---The journey to 45 (14)
Illinois---Abraham Lincoln starts out for
himself
Lincoln secures a position---He studies 59 (14)
grammar---First appearance in politics
The Black Hawk war---Lincoln chosen captain 73 (16)
of a company---Re-enlists as an independent
ranger---End of the war
Lincoln runs for State assembly and is 89 (19)
defeated---Storekeeper---Student---Postmaste
r---Surveyor
Electioneering in Illinois in 108(16)
1834---Lincoln reads law---First term as
assemblyman---Lincoln's first great sorrow
Lincoln is re-elected to the Illinois 124(23)
assembly---His first published
address---Protests against pro-slavery
resolutions of the assembly
Lincoln begins to study law---Mary 147(23)
Owens---A newspaper contest---Growth of
political influence
Lincoln's engagement to Mary 170(22)
Todd---Breaking of the
engagement---Lincoln-Shields duel
Lincoln becomes a candidate for Congress 192(15)
and is defeated---On the stump in
1844---Nominated and elected to the 30th
Congress
Lincoln in Washington in 1847---He opposes 207(18)
the Mexican war---Campaigning in New England
Lincoln at Niagara---Secures a patent for 225(16)
an invention---Abandons politics and
decides to devote himself to the law
Lincoln on the circuit---His humor and 241(16)
persuasiveness---His manner of preparing
cases, examining witnesses, and addressing
juries
Lincoln's important law cases---Defence of 257(22)
a slave girl---The McCormick case---The
Armstrong murder case---The Rock Island
bridge case
Lincoln re-enters politics 279(22)
The Lincoln-Douglas debates 301(33)
Lincoln's nomination in 1860 334(25)
The campaign of 1860 359(28)
Mr. Lincoln as President-elect 387