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The presidency of Abraham Lincoln : the triumph of freedom and unity

Nardo, Don 1947- (Author).

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Uncle Remus Regional Library System:
      Morgan County Library
JUV J BIO LINCOLN
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Item details

  • ISBN: 0756549345 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 9780756549343 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 0756549264 (library binding)
  • ISBN: 9780756549268 (library binding)
  • Physical Description: 64 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 24 cm.
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  • Publisher: North Mankato, Minnesota : Compass Point Books, a Capstone imprint, [2015]

Contents / Notes

Bibliography, etc.:
Includes bibliographical references (page 63) and index.
Contents:
Running for president -- Saving the union -- Freeing the slaves -- Expanding the nation -- Belonging to the ages.
Summary, etc.: "Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War are forever linked. The bloody conflict began in 1861, the year Lincoln was elected president. It ended in 1865, the year he was struck down by an assassin's bullet. During those years the admired and despised 16th president served as a brilliant commander in chief, ultimately keeping the nation together and freeing thousands of its enslaved people."--Publisher.
Subject: Presidents
Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865
United States Politics and government 1861-1865 Juvenile literature
Presidents United States Biography Juvenile literature
Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865 Juvenile literature
Genre: Biographies.
Summary: "Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War are forever linked. The bloody conflict began in 1861, the year Lincoln was elected president. It ended in 1865, the year he was struck down by an assassin's bullet. During those years the admired and despised 16th president served as a brilliant commander in chief, ultimately keeping the nation together and freeing thousands of its enslaved people."--Publisher.
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