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Lincoln's speeches and letters
Teachers' ed.

Published 1918 by D.H. Knowlton & Co. in Farmington, Me .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Lincoln's first speech
His political creed
"Hug it all the tighter"
Young America
Accepts the nomination
At Independence Hall
Let the grass grow where it may
"We cannot separate"
Lincoln would save the Union
Nanny goat is lost
Mr. Lincoln meets Davis's commissioners
The Gettysburg dedication
From Lincoln's last Inaugural
In conclusion / Henry J. Raymond
A tribute to Lincoln [excerpt] / Carl Schurz
Abraham Lincoln [poem] / William Cullen Bryant.

Edition Notes

Cover title.

"September, 1918."

"Published monthly: September to June"--Cover, p. [1].

Bound in flexible paper wrappers.

Includes additional [16] p. of content designated for teachers' use.

Publisher's advertisements on p. [2-4] of cover.

Series
Our little people -- no. 201, Our little people -- no. 201.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[8], 32, [8] p. ;
Number of pages
32

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24392581M
Internet Archive
lincolnsspeeches4412linc
OCLC/WorldCat
666855551

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