Lincoln and His World, Volume 1

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Stackpole Books, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 443 pages
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"Just as an archeologist can reassemble pot shards and draw inferences about the civilization that produced it, I've examined a mass of verbal chunks left by Lincoln and people around him. I've sorted jumbled piles of fragments, restored them, and pieced them together in a way that reveals the speakers' world." --Richard Lawrence Miller, from the preface

Quoting from eyewitness accounts, Richard Lawrence Miller allows Lincoln and his contemporaries to tell the story of this monumental American and bring a fascinating era of American history to life. The book covers Lincoln's birth through his first election to the Illinois legislature in 1834. Subsequent volumes will deal with Lincoln's life up to the White House years.

  

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Review: Lincoln and His World: The Early Years: Birth to Illinois Legislature

User Review  - Earl McElfresh - Goodreads

I am an avid reader of Civil War topics and Lincoln biographies. Miller's is a "biography" that is more like a social history. It reminds me of packages that arrive in the mail in a big box and you ... Read full review

Contents

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1
IV
32
V
91
VI
127
VII
148
VIII
178
IX
222
X
273
XI
296
XII
322
XIII
421
XIV
435
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About the author (2006)

ICHARD LAWRENCE MILLER is an independent scholar.