Lincoln the President: Springfield to Gettysburg (Lincoln the President) (2020)

Lincoln the President: Springfield to Gettysburg (Lincoln the President) James G. Randall Lincoln the President Springfield to Gettysburg Lincoln the President First published in four volumes in and J G Randall s Lincoln the President is here reprinted in two The first covers Lincoln s life as far as Gettysburg focusing mainly on his presi
  • Title: Lincoln the President: Springfield to Gettysburg (Lincoln the President)
  • Author: James G. Randall
  • ISBN: 9780306807541
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
Lincoln the President: Springfield to Gettysburg (Lincoln the President) James G. Randall First published in four volumes in 1945, 1952, and 1955, J G Randall s Lincoln the President is here reprinted in two The first covers Lincoln s life as far as Gettysburg, focusing mainly on his presidential administration The second concentrates on Lincoln the person his conversation, his personality, his daily tasks, his marriage, his sense of humor and coversFirst published in four volumes in 1945, 1952, and 1955, J G Randall s Lincoln the President is here reprinted in two The first covers Lincoln s life as far as Gettysburg, focusing mainly on his presidential administration The second concentrates on Lincoln the person his conversation, his personality, his daily tasks, his marriage, his sense of humor and covers his life from the period of the Emancipation Proclamation up to the final triumph of Appomattox and his untimely death.
Lincoln the President: Springfield to Gettysburg (Lincoln the President) James G. Randall

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One thought on “Lincoln the President: Springfield to Gettysburg (Lincoln the President)

  1. Bill

    Solid summary of Lincoln s political life from inauguration to Gettysburg The last chapter is a wonderful elegiac meditation on the Gettysburg Address, almost worth slogging through this tome to get to it Book is a little dated, and in the early chapters Randall engages in really off putting defense of Southern culture He also puts up a spirited defense of Gen l McClellan, something rarely encountered in the literature.

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