By Christi E. Parker
Abraham Lincoln used to be president in the course of probably the most specified occasions in heritage. With a rustic on the point of battle, his final aim used to be to maintain the Union jointly. while Lincoln freed the slaves, he angered many Southerners, together with his murderer, John Wilkes sales space.
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Tolbrook. He was as old as her father, but he had a roll of money in his pocket and a diamond ring on his finger. He drove a silver-blue Lincoln. His official job was gambling, and he took Maya to neighboring towns to visit his business houses. Though he was married, he promised to leave his wife for Maya. His politeness and kindness impressed her. Once again, she fell in love. He told her he had run up a $5,000 gambling debt. She volunteered to be a prostitute and give him the money. She might have fallen down the slippery slope to cocaine addiction, but she went back to San Francisco to be with her mother, who had had emergency surgery.
Angelou was back on track. Though she did not know how to run the mimeograph machine, type, or make a stencil, she volunteered to handle publicity. Her organizational skills were noticed by others, and she would soon take on another career. It would lead her directly into the center of the civil-rights movement. In the meantime, Cabaret for Freedom closed, and she took a job that required a two-week stay in Chicago. When she returned, she discovered that a neighborhood gang had threatened Guy. Angelou would have none of that.
Angelou could smell the food, spices, manure, flowers, and body sweat. Make greeted Angelou and Guy at their apartment. He had decorated it with grand Oriental rugs, antique furniture, and tapestries. The sheets and towels were embroidered. A private doorman stood guard at the entrance, and a gardener tended their private garden. Angelou met her husband’s friends. Freedom fighters, diplomats, and ambassadors came to see Make’s new wife. Guy went to American College, a school outside Cairo. He and his mother made a game of learning, competing to see who could learn the most Arabic vocabulary and speak with the best accent.
Abraham Lincoln: Expanding & Preserving the Union (Primary Source Readers) by Christi E. Parker