Abe Lincoln. His Wit and Wisdom from A - Z by Alan Schroeder

By Alan Schroeder

Abe Lincoln is understood for his many memorable adages. because the 16th president he wanted all of the knowledge he might muster to lead the rustic in the course of the Civil warfare, look after the union, and finish slavery. This nontraditional tribute to the president who introduced the homespun humor of his humble beginnings to the White apartment makes use of the alphabet to arrange a wealth of knowledge approximately his lifestyles and accomplishments. full of witty cartoons by means of John O'Brien, this colourful ebook deals an strange and insightful point of view on outdated Abe.

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For Penny Kastanis, who makes good things happen A. S. For Barbara and Ed Omert J. O’B. can; I do the v ery best I know how—the very best I and I mean e end. S. Patent and Trademark Office. The illustrations were done in ink and condensed watercolors on Strathmore Bristol paper. com ISBN 978-0-8234-3370-4 (ebook)w ISBN 978-0-8234-3371-1 (ebook)r Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Schroeder, Alan. Abe Lincoln : his wit and wisdom from A to Z / by Alan Schroeder ; illustrated by John O’Brien.

A humble man, Lincoln would be delighted to know that his image graces the humblest of all coins. Nowadays, despite their copper color, Lincoln pennies are made mostly of zinc. A And back to A . . is for American One principle, one dream, guided Lincoln during his four years in the White House: to preserve the Union, to join together North and South so that the country could once again move forward and be strong. Wise and generous hearted, Abraham Lincoln was a friend of human rights. He was a patriot, too.

Wise and generous hearted, Abraham Lincoln was a friend of human rights. He was a patriot, too. Nothing, he felt, was more important than the health and wellbeing of his country and its people. Abraham Lincoln was proud to call himself an American. In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years. For Penny Kastanis, who makes good things happen A. S. For Barbara and Ed Omert J. O’B. can; I do the v ery best I know how—the very best I and I mean e end. S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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