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  • By Abraham Lincoln
    Aug 27, 2012
    I went back, today, and read my book again. Just reading the contents brought back all those memories of the times past when I did a lot of dumb things, but also those times i lived through that are no longer possible. Thin Gray Line is a case in point — back to when I was big enough to walk from our house to the grocery store and post office — past Tommy Rice's blacksmith shop; and hearing the Canadian Geese high overhead, and looking up to watch that thin gray line shaped like a "V" moving north for their summer or south for their winter grounds somewhere below the frost belt in Dixie. One lady who bought the book and read it said she liked to read it in bed at night — I guess a new story each night.
  • By Abraham Lincoln
    Aug 26, 2012
    My life is truly stranger than fiction. Who can remember a previous life or begin this one making things you know nothing about -- I made a bow from the Osage Orange tree before I was ten years old and arrows from wild cane and from the arrowwood bush when I could find them. I had no illusions about tramping through this life as a decorated Indian but I did find myself sitting, alone, in the darkest woods listening. I taught myself how to get so close to deer in the forests that I could have reached out and touched their nose; and, they didn't know I was there. I could see their musles move and watch their nostrils open and close and ears twist this way and that, locating the sounds in the forest. There I was, standing beside them and they never saw me. I am not a ghost so how was I able to get so close to wild animals? I learned about the animals and it took about 5 years to learn how to walk through a forest, find a used game trail and wait for a herd of deer to pass by. They have... More > trails that are their roads through the woods and I needed to learn where they were and how to get to them without making a single sound. My Life as Abraham Lincoln is filled with episodes in my life that are probably different than you have experienced. I hope so.< Less
  • By Betty Crow
    Aug 8, 2010
    My Life as Abraham Lincoln is a truly wonderful autobiography. It isn’t about that Abraham Lincoln, but one who is related to and shares the name of our 16th President. Written as a series of short stories, this book chronicles Mr. Lincoln’s life in an entertaining, interesting, and even educational manner, a truly unique presentation. Be ready to laugh, cry, and even stomp your foot. Mr. Lincoln’s autobiography is well worth your time. Be prepared to read late into the night, you won’t want this book to end.
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Abraham Lincoln
February 7, 2007
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.61 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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