If You Grew Up With Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin in Kentucky. Little did he realize that he would someday live in the White House! If you grew up with Abraham Lincoln - Would you have to work hard? What kinds of games would you play? What would your school be like? This book tells you what it was like to grow up on the frontiers of Kentucky and Indiana, in the prairie town of New Salem, Illinois, and in the city of Springfield, Illinois, during the early 1800s.
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Abraham Lincoln Historical Coloring Book
Over 40 renderings of Lincoln's life: log-cabin birthplace, debating Douglas, Gettysburg Address, more.
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Abraham Lincoln And His Family Historical Paper Dolls
Splendid collection of 5 dolls and 32 authentic costumes recreates clothing worn by the first family ca. 1860. Frock coats, stovepipe hats, cutaway jacket, other garments for President Lincoln; gowns, dresses, mourning suit, etc. for Mary Todd Lincoln. Variety of coats, suits, trousers, hats for Robert, Willie and Tad Lincoln. Meticulous well-researched detail.
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Great Speeches - Abraham Lincoln
Representative collection of 16 masterly orations, correspondence, including "House Divided" speech at the Republican State Convention (1858), the First Inaugural Address (1861), the Gettysburg Address (1863), the Letter to Mrs. Bixby (1864), expressing regret over the wartime deaths of her five sons, and the Second Inaugural Address (1865).
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Childhood of Abraham Lincoln - Great Emancipator
Chapter titles include: Abe's First Toy, Grandfather and the Indians, Sarah and Abe Go Fishing, Abe Learns by Watching, The New Home in Indiana, Changes in the Family, A Spelling Match, How Neighbors Helped, Moving to Illinois, and Helping the Helpless.
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Childhood of Mary Todd Lincoln - Girl of the Bluegrass
Chapters include: Runaways, That Old Babbling Brook, Hoop Skirts, Surprise from New Orleans, An Indian Scare, Journey to Frankfort, The Glass Slipper, and more.
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Abraham Lincoln's World
Originally published in 1944, Foster earned her reputation by her masterful display of "horizontal history"—telling the story of world events in the geo-political sphere, while giving as much importance to advances in science, medicine, music, literature, and exploration. Thus, while Abe Lincoln was a boy romping the woods of Kentucky, Thomas Jefferson was completing his eighth year as president, George III reigned in Great Britain and Napoleon was about to meet his Waterloo. Beethoven and Sir Walter Scott were at the height of their creative powers, while Victor Hugo was staging plays at school. By the time Lincoln was old enough to help his father chop wood, other young boys and girls were being prepared for the future parts they would play. Harriet Beecher was reading anything she could get her hands on, Charles Darwin was collecting toads, crabs and shells, and the impoverished boy Dickens was working in a shoe blacking factory in London. When Lincoln opened his shop in Salem, David Livingstone was opening up deepest Africa, and thousands of Americans were opening up the West on the Oregon Trail. The spirit of freedom was moving around the globe as the abolitionist movement gained power in the States and serfdom saw its demise in Russia. Technologically the world was bursting with the invention of the telegraph, the railroad and the steamboat. With her whimsical and informative illustrations and timelines Foster has magnificently captured a remarkable age and a remarkable man. 345pg
Reading Level Advanced (7th grade and up) Listening level all ages
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Abraham Lincoln - Sower Series
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I believe . . . in His eternal truth and justice. I recognize the sublime truth announced in the Holy Scriptures and proven by all history that those nations are only blest whose God is the Lord.
I believe . . . that the Bible is the best gift which God has ever given to men. All the good from the Savior of the world is communicated to us through this book.
I believe . . . the will of God prevails. Without Him all human reliance is vain. Without the assistance of that Divine Being, I cannot succeed. With that assistance I cannot fail. Being a humble instrument in the hands of our Heavenly Father, I desire that all my works and acts may be according to His will; and that it may be so, I give my thanks to the Almighty, and seek His aid.
I believe . . . that it is right to recognize and confess the presence of the Almighty Father equally in our triumphs and in those sorrows which we may justly fear are a punishment inflicted upon us for our presumptuous sins to the needful end of our reformation. I have a solemn oath registered in heaven to finish the work I am in, in full view of my responsibility to my God, with malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right as God gives me to see the right.