The Life of Abraham Lincoln, from His Birth to His Inauguration as President: Unveiling the Political Journey of America's Beloved President

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Good Press, Nov 21, 2019 - Biography & Autobiography - 2072 pages
Ward Hill Lamon's 'The Life of Abraham Lincoln, from His Birth to His Inauguration as President' is a comprehensive biography that delves into the early years and political rise of one of America's most iconic presidents. Written in a straightforward and factual manner, the book provides readers with a detailed account of Lincoln's life, from his humble beginnings in a log cabin to his eventual ascent to the presidency during a pivotal moment in American history. Lamon's literary style is marked by his deep knowledge of Lincoln's personal and political struggles, offering readers a glimpse into the man behind the legendary leader. This biography is a significant contribution to the study of Abraham Lincoln's life and legacy, providing valuable insights into the development of his character and leadership qualities. Ward Hill Lamon, a close friend and associate of Lincoln, brings a unique perspective to the narrative, drawing from his personal experiences and interactions with the president to offer a compelling portrait of the man behind the myth. Readers interested in gaining a deeper understanding of Lincoln's formative years and political career will find Lamon's biography to be an invaluable resource, shedding light on the complexities of one of America's greatest leaders.

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CHAPTER I
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
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CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XX
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