By Alan Schroeder
Abe Lincoln is understood for his many memorable adages. because the 16th president he wanted the entire knowledge he may well muster to lead the rustic throughout the Civil warfare, shield the union, and finish slavery. This nontraditional tribute to the president who introduced the homespun humor of his humble beginnings to the White condo makes use of the alphabet to arrange a wealth of data approximately his lifestyles and accomplishments. packed with witty cartoons through John O'Brien, this colourful ebook bargains an strange and insightful standpoint on outdated Abe.
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One of the smaller places that he visited was Xenia, in Greene County, Ohio. On the morning of February 13, five thousand people showed up at the train depot to give the president-elect a hearty welcome. A cannon fired, cheers went up, and Lincoln came out to make a short speech. But crowds are not known for being well-behaved. ” They even ate Lincoln’s lunch! Y When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That’s my religion. is for Yosemite In 1864 President Lincoln signed an act that granted the Yosemite Valley and the nearby Mariposa Big Tree Grove to the state of California.
Is for Xenia In early 1861 Lincoln left Springfield, Illinois, and traveled by train to Washington to become president. Along the way he visited a large number of towns and cities, where he attended ceremonies, gave speeches, and met the local populace. One of the smaller places that he visited was Xenia, in Greene County, Ohio. On the morning of February 13, five thousand people showed up at the train depot to give the president-elect a hearty welcome. A cannon fired, cheers went up, and Lincoln came out to make a short speech.
It’s the life in your years. For Penny Kastanis, who makes good things happen A. S. For Barbara and Ed Omert J. O’B. can; I do the v ery best I know how—the very best I and I mean e end. S. Patent and Trademark Ofﬁce. The illustrations were done in ink and condensed watercolors on Strathmore Bristol paper. com ISBN 978-0-8234-3370-4 (ebook)w ISBN 978-0-8234-3371-1 (ebook)r Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Schroeder, Alan. Abe Lincoln : his wit and wisdom from A to Z / by Alan Schroeder ; illustrated by John O’Brien.