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" I can see him now just how he looked, standin' there on the end of his car. He'd been shakin' hands with the crowd in the depot, laughing and talking, just like himself, but when he got onto that car he seemed suddint to be all changed. You never seen... "
He knew Lincoln - Page 2
by Ida Minerva Tarbell - 1907 - 39 pages
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The American Magazine, Volume 63

Biography & Autobiography - 1907
...down and he took Aunt Sally's hand and he says tender-like, 'Aunt SaUy, you couldn'ta done nuthin' which would have pleased me better. I'll take 'em...woe in his heart that minute, woe. He knew he was lea vin' us for good, nuthin' else could explain the way he looked and what he said. He knew he never...
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Modern Literature for Oral Interpretation: Practice Book for Vocal Expression

Gertrude Elizabeth Johnson - Readers - 1920 - 416 pages
...man who heard it. I can see him now just how he looked, standin' there on the end of his car. He 'd been shakin' hands with the crowd in the depot, laughing...and what he said. He knew he never was comin ' back to us alive. " 'Ever see him again ?' Yes, once down in Washington, summer of '64. Things were looking...
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