|Statement||by Amos Kendall.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 40121.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||87575228|
Letters exposing the mismanagement of public affairs by Abraham Lincoln, and the political combinations to secure his re-election by Kendall, Amos, Pages: Add tags for "Letters exposing the mismanagement of public affairs by Abraham Lincoln: and the political combinations to secure his re-election". Be the first. Similar Items. This book is just Lincoln arranged in chronicle order without a word from anyone else. I love it. In particular his personal letters are masterful, e.g., to his freeloading brother-in-law. More than in his public speeches, his private letters reveal the quality of character that made Lincoln /5(). Amos Kendall, Letters Exposing the Mismanagement of Public Affairs by Abraham Lincoln (Washington: Printed at the Constitutional Union office, ), p. Frank Klement, "Small-Town Editor Criticizes Lincoln: A Study in Editorial Abuse," Lincoln Herald LIV (Summer ): 30, Cited by: 4.
I especially enjoyed the second letter to his brother. Lincoln was not only a man of unquestionable integrity and superb leadership, but from his letter to his brother, we learn he also maintained healthy boundaries in his life. A quick read as there are only 3 letters. I would love to read more/5. Selected Letters by Abraham Lincoln The source of this small sample is The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, edited by Roy P. Basler and others. Introductions to individual letters are by Abraham Lincoln Online. Documents housed on other Web sites are noted as such. Letter to Allen N. Lincoln was hardly unique. Among public figures who need to think twice about their choice of words, the unsent angry letter has a venerable . Letter to Mrs. Bixby In the autumn of Massachusetts Governor John A. Andrew wrote to President Lincoln asking him to express condolences to Mrs. Lydia Bixby, a widow believed to have lost five sons during the Civil War. Lincoln's letter to her was printed by the Boston Evening Transcript. Later it was revealed that only two of Mrs. Bixby's.
The premise of Stephen L. Carters new book, The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln is so audacious so fascinating that it virtually begs to be read. In this reimaging of the Lincoln assassination, the bullets trajectory changes by just a fraction of an inch and Lincoln survives. After the country collectively exhales, the fun begins/5. In , C. A. Tripp's book, The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln, was posthumously published. Tripp was a sex researcher, a protégé of Alfred Kinsey, and identified as gay. He began writing The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln with Philip Nobile, but they had a falling out. Nobile later accused Tripp's book of being fraudulent and distorted. Winner of the Abraham Lincoln Institute Book Award More than letters and interviews providing information about Abraham Lincoln’s pre-political and pre-legal careers are included in this volume, a priceless collection never before available in one place/5(18). The papers of Abraham Lincoln (), lawyer, representative from Illinois, and sixteenth president of the United States, contain approximat documents dating from to , although most of the collection spans from the s through Lincoln’s presidency (). Roughly half of the collection, more t documents, compris images, as well as.