Abraham Lincoln's Pen and Voice: Being a Complete Compilation of His Letters, Civil, Political, and Military, Also His Public Addresses, Messages to Congress, Inaugurals and Others, as Well as Proclamations Upon Various Public Concerns ...
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Address at Springfield 111 February 111861
Letter to MajorGeneral Burnside January 8 1863 244
Letter to John B Fry August 15 1860
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