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My Life as Abraham Lincoln By Abraham Lincoln
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My name is Abraham Lincoln. I was born in a small village in Darke County Ohio in 1934. In those days babies were born at home and often without the assistance of a doctor. The midwife who assisted... More > in my birth was our neighbor.In my town I was the only child named after a famous person. As long as I stayed there where everyone knew me my name was not unusual but I soon learned how different it was when I went anywhere else.< Less
My Life as Abraham Lincoln By Abraham Lincoln
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My name is Abraham Lincoln. I was born in a small village in Darke County Ohio in 1934. In those days babies were born at home and often without the assistance of a doctor. The midwife who assisted... More > in my birth was our neighbor.In my town I was the only child named after a famous person. As long as I stayed there where everyone knew me my name was not unusual but I soon learned how different it was when I went anywhere else.< Less
Two Books by Abraham Yohannan By Abraham Yohannan
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Abraham Yohannan, was born in the village of Digala in 1853. In 1886 he came to the United States to help prepare the revision of the Bible in Assyrian. He stayed to pursue studies at the General... More > Theological Seminary and was later ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church. From 1894 to 1925 he was also an instructor and later a professor in the Oriental Department at Columbia University. This volume reproduces two smaller works he published during his long and fruitful career. The first book is a Modern Assyrian – English Dictionary. Unfortunately only the first letter of the alphabet (Alap) was published. Although no more was published, it remains unknown if he completed the rest of the dictionary. The second book is a translation into Modern Assyrian of the “Book of the Pearl on the Truth of Christianity” by Mar Audisho (d. 1318). This book was printed by Samuel A. Jacobs in New York in 1916 and is an excellent example of early Assyrian printing in the United States using Linotype.< Less
Special gift (Abrahams story) By Daniel Dean
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About a boy who was born with a spinal cord problem. Making him paralyzed from the neck down. who starts a foundation to help others with similar problem. But then things tragically go wrong and he... More > passes away at a young age.< Less
The Descendants of Abraham Haviland By Teresa Haviland
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Josephine Frost published the Haviland Genealogy in 1914. Abraham Haviland born in 1789, in Harrison, New York, and his children, were the last documented for this line. The descendants of Abraham... More > Haviland, published 104 years later, is an updated genealogy book that follows the lines of Edwin Parker, Alexander Haviland, Henry Haviland, and Jane Haviland, his grandchildren.< Less
The Story of Young Abraham Lincoln By Wayne Whipple
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Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in a one-room log cabin, located on a farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky. When he was only nine years old, his mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, died. A year... More > later, his father, Thomas Lincoln, remarried a woman named Sarah Bush, who had a tremendous influence on the young Abraham Lincoln. To support his family, Abraham had to work at a neighboring farm. Working denied him the opportunity to go to school, so the total amount of formal education he received was less than one year. Although his formal education ended very quickly, his self-education was just beginning. An avid reader, he read everything he could get his hands on, studying a variety of subjects, such as mathematics, literature and law. Eventually this self-educated man became a lawyer. Lincoln had a very strong desire to make a difference, so he entered politics and had many failures but because he was determined and committed to make his political dreams come true, he turned his goals into reality,< Less
Abraham Lincoln: Was He a Christian? By John E. (John Eleazer) Remsburg
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Eleazer Remsburg (variously Remsberg; January 7, 1848... More > – September 24, 1919) was an ardent religious skeptic in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In his book 1909 book The Christ, Remsburg lists forty-two ancient writers who did not mention Jesus or whose mentions are suspect, and this list has appeared in many subsequent books that question the historicity of Jesus. Remsburg himself wrote that the man Jesus may have existed, but that the Christ of the gospels is mythical.Remsburg was born in Fremont, Ohio, a son of George J. and Sarah A. (Willey) Remsburg. He enlisted in the Union army at the age of sixteen during the American Civil War. [citation needed] On October 9, 1870, he married Miss Nora M. Eiler of Atchison, Kansas. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Remsburg< Less
Behind the Scenes with Mrs. Abraham Lincoln By Elizabeth Keckley
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Written to depend Mary Lincoln, Lizzie tells the story of her life and her personal relationship with the Lincolns. Lizzie was born a slave and managed to buy her freedom. Being an excellent... More > dressmaker she was able to create a successful dressmaking business in Washington, D.C. With clients like Mrs. Jefferson Davis she soon was noticed by Mary Lincoln. Lizzie became a close friend to Mary Lincoln and a daily visitor to the White House. After the President was killed, Lizzie tried to help Mary. Mrs. Lincoln may have been imprudent, but since her intentions were good, she should be judged more kindly than she has been. But the world do not know what her intentions were; they have only been made acquainted with her acts without knowing what feeling guided her actions. If the world are to judge her as I have judged her, they must be introduced to the secret history of her transactions. The veil of mystery must be drawn aside; the origin of a fact must be brought to light with the naked fact itself.< Less
Abraham Lincoln : A History, Volume 1 (Illustrated) By John G. Nicolay & John Hay
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A generation born since Abraham Lincoln died has already reached manhood and womanhood. Yet there are millions still living who sympathized with him in his noble aspirations, who labored with him in... More > his toilsome life, and whose hearts were saddened by his tragic death. It is the almost unbroken testimony of his contemporaries that by virtue of certain high traits of character, in certain momentous lines of purpose and achievement, he was incomparably the greatest man of his time.< Less
Abraham Lincoln : A History, Volume 2 (Illustrated) By John G. Nicolay & John Hay
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A generation born since Abraham Lincoln died has already reached manhood and womanhood. Yet there are millions still living who sympathized with him in his noble aspirations, who labored with him in... More > his toilsome life, and whose hearts were saddened by his tragic death. It is the almost unbroken testimony of his contemporaries that by virtue of certain high traits of character, in certain momentous lines of purpose and achievement, he was incomparably the greatest man of his time.< Less