The 1864 Presidential Election: A War-Weary Nation Reelects President Abraham Lincoln

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2004 - History - 24 pages
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What role did Lincoln play in shaping the United States? How was he assassinated? When election time came during the Civil War, citizens were very tired of the war and its effects on quality of life. Many worried people did not want Lincoln to be reelected. Kids will learn how Union army victories helped Lincoln to be reelected and what effect he had on slavery in the United States.
 

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Anne Fliotsos is an associate professor of theatre at Purdue University. An active scholar who also directs, she is coeditor of Teaching Theatre Today: Pedagogical Views of Theatre in Higher Education. Wendy Vierow is an educator and freelance writer and editor who holds a doctorate in performance studies. She has written and directed performance art at numerous New York City venues and has performed in works shown internationally.

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