Martyr's Monument: Being the Patriotism and Political Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln, As Exhibited in His Speeches, Messages, Orders, and Proclamations, from the Presidential Canvass of 1860 Until His Assassination, April 14, 1865 (Classic Reprint)
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The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Joseph H. Barrett. The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Isaac N. Arnold. Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln by Distinguished Men of his Day, edited by Allen Thorndike Rice. Personal Recollections of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War, by James R. Gilmore. The Life and Times of Hannibal H amlin, by Charles E. Hamlin. Seward at Washington, by Frederic W. Seward. The Collection of Lincolniana of C. F. Gunther, Esq. The Collection of Lincolniana of Major William A. Lambert. The Collection of Lincolniana of the Chicago Historical Society. The Collection of Lincolniana of the Pennsyl vania Historical Society. The Collection of Lincolniana in the G. A. R. Memorial Hall, Chicago. The Files of the New York Herald. Times. Tribune. New Haven Palladium. Norwich Bulletin. Philadelphia North American. Certain of the letters and despatches, taken from the Official Records, have not before been included among the writings of President Lincoln. These Official Records, however, form such an important source of our material that it has not been found convenient to make the reference in every case.
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