By Janis Herbert

ISBN-10: 1556526563

ISBN-13: 9781556526565

ISBN-10: 1556528302

ISBN-13: 9781556528309

2008 nationwide Parenting courses Awards (NAPPA) Honors Award winner. Providing a clean point of view on the most cherished presidents of all time, this illuminating job e-book tells the wealthy tale of Abraham Lincoln’s existence and information the occasions of his period. Highlighting Lincoln’s hot, beneficiant spirit and impressive mind, the consultant teaches teenagers approximately his interesting existence tale, his struggles on the onset of the Civil warfare, and his relevance in today’s global. actions include delivering a speech, keeping a debate, drawing political cartoons, and creating a stovepipe hat or miniature Mississippi River flatboat. full of life sidebars, plentiful pictures and illustrations, and fun projects aid to kick the dirt off old Honest Abe. Selections from a few of Lincoln’s such a lot famous speeches and files, in addition to a source element of websites to explore and sites to go to, also are incorporated, making this a complete Lincoln biography for younger readers.  Download the loose educating advisor.

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Lincoln proposed compensatKentucky. ” He studied nights at the paid for the price of the freed slaves. “Naturally anti-slavery,” was how Lincoln In spite of that torment, Lincoln felt that the described himself, saying, “I cannot remem- best way to end slavery was gradually. ” He ing for the end of what Southerners called their wrote to a friend about having seen a group of “peculiar institution” created deep divisions “10 or a dozen slaves, shackled together with between the two sections of the country.

Communities were torn by riots and lynchings. Abolitionists—blamed for Springfield, Illinois E North Wind Picture Archives 35 Lincoln at the Lyceum I magine a time before movies or television, a time when even books were hard to get. What did people do for entertainment? When Abraham Lincoln was young, lyceums were popular. These were associations that hosted lectures and debates. Springfield’s Young Men’s Lyceum drew crowds. They heard lectures on topics like blood circulation and geology. ” A speech Lincoln gave at Springfield’s Lyceum was published in the local newspaper.

Congressman Lincoln served on committees, answered petitions from his constituents, made speeches, and sent copies of them to the folks back home. Speaking in Congress, he wrote to Herndon, was just like speaking in court. ” In it, he called on the president to name the exact spot where a slave state. Later, President James K. Polk the war had begun. President Polk claimed ordered soldiers to the Rio Grande River. A it was in United States territory but Lincoln skirmish broke out between American and believed Polk had lied about the spot in order Mexican soldiers over land claimed by both to start a war.

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