Love and Loyalty: The Traits That Made Lincoln Great

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Son-Rise Publications & Distribution Company, Jun 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
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The pages inside "Lincoln Album of Immortelles," published in 1890 by Lincoln Press in Springfield, Illinois revealed little known facts about the 16th President of the United States.Personal anecdotes by those who lnew him well plus speeches by the Great Emancipator hinself became the basis for "Love and Loyalty - The Traits That Made Lincoln Great" -- a novel portraying the depth of the man who endured extreme, personal hardships in both his family life and his Presidency, yet never lost his love and compassion for both.

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LEAVING THE COMFORT ZONE 2534
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CHANGING YOUR MIND 3546
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