Basil Moore's Lincoln
Octogenarian Basil Moore has been collecting Lincoln stories & repeating them to appreciative audiences for over forty years. His work has been lauded by historians & writers but this is the first time Moore's words have been permanently captured in print. Based on his entertaining lectures & enhanced by the drawings of Lloyd Ostendorf, this collector's volume presents both familiar & unfamiliar stories about the 16th President in Moore's very personal style.
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