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Publication Date: 02/15/2016

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640 pages

9 x 9-1/2 inches

100 color illustrations

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  • Lincoln Chronology
  • Introduction
  • Message to the People of Sangamo County, March 9, 1832
  • Letter to the Editor of the Sangamo Journal, New Salem, June 13, 1836
  • Protest on Slavery in Illinois Legislature, March 3, 1837
  • Letter to Mary Owens, August 16, 1837
  • Address to the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois, January 27, 1838
  • Letter to Mrs. Orville H. Browning, April 1, 1838
  • Letter to Mary Speed, September 27, 1841
  • Address to the Springfield Washington Temperance Society, February 22, 1842
  • Letter to Joshua F. Speed, February 25, 1842
  • The “Rebecca” Letter, August 27, 1842
  • Letters to Benjamin F. James, November 24, 1845; December 6, 1845
  • “My Childhood-Home I See Again,” [February 25?] 1846
  • Handbill Replying to Charges of Infidelity, July 31, 1846
  • “Spot” Resolutions in the U.S. House of Representatives, December 22, 1847
  • Speech in Congress against the War with Mexico, January 12, 1848
  • Letter to William H. Herndon, February 15, 1848
  • Letter to Mary Todd Lincoln, June 12, 1848
  • Letters to Thomas Lincoln and John D. Johnston, December 24, 1848
  • Remarks and Resolution concerning the Abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbia, U.S. House of Representatives, January 10, 1849
  • Notes for a Law Lecture, [July 1, 1850?]
  • Eulogy for Zachary Taylor, July 25, 1850
  • Eulogy for Henry Clay, July 6, 1852
  • Fragments on Government, [July 1, 1854?]
  • Fragments on Slavery, [April 1, 1854?]
  • Speech on the Kansas-Nebraska Act at Peoria, Illinois, October 16, 1854
  • Letter to George Robertson, August 15, 1855
  • Letter to Joshua F. Speed, August 24, 1855
  • Speech at Kalamazoo, Michigan, August 27, 1856
  • Form Letter to Millard Fillmore Supporters, September 8, 1856
  • Speech on the Dred Scott Decision at Springfield, Illinois, June 26, 1857
  • Speech to the Jury in the Rock Island Bridge Case, Chicago, September 22 and 23, 1857
  • “House Divided” Address, Springfield, Illinois, June 16, 1858
  • First Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Ottawa, Illinois, August 21, 1858
  • Second Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Freeport, Illinois, August 27, 1858
  • Fourth Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Charleston, Illinois, September 18, 1858
  • Lecture on Discoveries and Inventions, February 11, 1859
  • Letter to Henry L. Pierce and Others on Thomas Jefferson, April 6, 1859
  • Letter to Theodore Canisius on Immigration, May 17, 1859
  • Letter to Jesse W. Fell, Enclosing an Autobiographical Sketch, December 20, 1859
  • Address at Cooper Union, New York City, February 27, 1860
  • Autobiography Written for John L. Scripps, [ca. June 1860]
  • Letter to Grace Bedell, October 19, 1860
  • Letter to Alexander H. Stephens, December 22, 1860
  • Fragment on the Constitution and the Union, [ca. January 1861]
  • Farewell Address at Springfield, Illinois, February 11, 1861
  • Speech at Indianapolis, February 11, 1861
  • Address to the New Jersey State Senate, Trenton, February 21, 1861
  • Address to the New Jersey General Assembly, Trenton, February 21, 1861
  • Speech in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, February 22, 1861
  • First Inaugural Address, March 4, 1861
  • Letter to William H. Seward, April 1, 1861
  • Letter to Winfield Scott, April 27, 1861
  • Letter to Ephraim D. and Phoebe Ellsworth, May 25, 1861
  • Message to Special Session of Congress, July 4, 1861
  • Letters to John C. Frémont, September 2 and September 11, 1861
  • From Annual Message to Congress, December 3, 1861
  • President’s General War Order No. 1, January 27, 1862, with Letter to General George B. McClellan, February 3, 1862
  • Message to Congress on Gradual Emancipation, March 6, 1862
  • Signing Message Accompanying Presidential Approval of D.C. Emancipation, April 16, 1862
  • Appeal to Border State Representatives to Support Compensated Emancipation, July 12, 1862
  • Address to a Deputation of Freedmen, the White House, August 14, 1862
  • To Horace Greeley, August 22, 1862
  • Meditation on the Divine Will, [September 2, 1862?]
  • The Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, September 22, 1862
  • Proclamation Suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus, September 24, 1862
  • Telegram to General George B. McClellan, October 24 [25], 1862
  • From Annual Message to Congress, December 1, 1862
  • Final Emancipation Proclamation, January 1, 1863
  • Message to the Workingmen of Manchester, England, January 19, 1863
  • Letter to General Joseph Hooker, January 26, 1863
  • Remarks to a Delegation of Indians Visiting the White House, March 27, 1863
  • Letter to Erastus Corning and Albany, New York, Democrats, [June 12] 1863
  • Response to a Victory Serenade, July 7, 1863
  • Letter to General Ulysses S. Grant, July 13, 1863
  • Letter to General George G. Meade, July 14, 1863
  • Order of Retaliation, July 30, 1863
  • Address Written for Delivery at Springfield, Illinois, Conveyed as a Letter to James C. Conkling, August 26, 1863
  • Letter to James H. Hackett, November 2, 1863
  • The Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863
  • From Annual Message to Congress, December 8, 1863
  • Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction, December 8, 1863
  • Letter to Louisiana Governor Michael Hahn, March 13, 1864
  • Letter to Albert G. Hodges, April 4, 1864
  • Address at the Maryland Sanitary Commission Fair, Baltimore, April 18, 1864
  • Proclamation on Reconstruction, July 8, 1864
  • Telegram to General Ulysses S. Grant, August 17, 1864
  • Speech to the 166th Ohio Regiment, August 22, 1864
  • Memorandum on His Likely Defeat, August 23, 1864
  • Letter to Eliza Paul Gurney, September 4, 1864
  • Response to a Serenade, November 10, 1864
  • Letter to Mrs. Lydia Bixby, November 21, 1864
  • From Annual Message to Congress, December 6, 1864
  • Letter to General Ulysses S. Grant, January 19, 1865
  • Response to a Serenade, February 1, 1865
  • Draft of an Unsent Message to Congress Proposing Compensated Emancipation, February 5, 1865
  • Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865
  • Speech to the 140th Indiana Regiment, Washington, D.C., March 17, 1865
  • Address on Reconstruction—Lincoln’s Last Speech, April 11, 1865
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Illustration Credits
  • Acknowledgments

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