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The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln: Containing Many Unpublished Documents and ... - Page 70
by Ida Minerva Tarbell, John McCan Davis - 1896 - 240 pages
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Bonds of Affection: Civic Charity and the Making of America - Winthrop ...

Matthew S. Holland - Political Science - 2007 - 336 pages
...even spoke of the book at a stop on his way to Washington, DC, for his first inaugural, saying that "I recollect thinking then, boy even though I was,...there must have been something more than common that those men struggled for."25 The heroic if hagiographic exploits Lincoln read about left an indelible...
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Lincoln Legends: Myths, Hoaxes, and Confabulations Associated with Our ...

Edward Steers - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 288 pages
..."fixed themselves upon my memory more than any single revolutionary event," he told the legislators, "and you all know, for you have all been boys, how...these early impressions last longer than any others." Indeed, to Lincoln, such inflated stories had years earlier convinced him — and continued to convince...
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The Inspired Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln: How Faith Shaped an American ...

Philip L. Ostergard - Biography & Autobiography - 2008 - 272 pages
...hardships endured at that time, all fixed themselves on my memory more than any single revolutionary event; and you all know, for you have all been boys,...last longer than any others. I recollect thinking . . . that there must have been something more than common that those men struggled for. I am exceedingly...
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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln: 1858-1862

Abraham Lincoln, Carl Schurz, Joseph Hodges Choate, Noah Brooks, Stephen Arnold Douglas - 1862
...hardships endured at that time, all fixed themselves on my memory more than any single Revolutionary event; and you all know, for you have all been boys,...something more than common that these men struggled for. I am exceedingly anxious that that thing — that something even more than national independence, that...
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ILLUSTRATED LIFE, SERVICES, MARTYRDOM, AND FUNERAL OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN

1867
...hardships endured at that time — all fixed themselves on my memory more than any single revolutionary event ; and you all know, for you have all been boys,...there must have been something more than common that those men struggled for. I am exceedingly anxious that that thing which they struggled for — that...
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Speeches and Writings, 1859-1865: Speeches, Letters, and ..., Volume 1

Abraham Lincoln - United States - 1989 - 787 pages
...hardships endured at that time, all fixed themselves on my memory more than any single revolutionary event; and you all know, for you have all been boys,...there must have been something more than common that those men struggled for. I am exceedingly anxious that that thing which they struggled for; that something...
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Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Volume 24

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Libraries - 1920
...there given of the battlefields and struggles for the liberties of the country. . .and you all know... how these early impressions last longer than any others....something more than common that these men struggled for."3 But the great struggle for human freedom was not begun in America. It has its roots in the far...
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For a Vast Future Also: Essays from the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln ...

Thomas F. Schwartz - Biography & Autobiography - 1999 - 267 pages
...Christmas night 1776, at a low point in the American cause, to attack the British garrison at Trenton. "I recollect thinking then, boy even though I was,...there must have been something more than common that those men struggled for ... something even more than National Independence . . . something that held...
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