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Politics & Government
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    Robert Henry Browne
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Browne, Robert Henry, b. 1835.

Abraham Lincoln and the men of his time; his cause, his character, and true place in history, and the men, statesmen, heroes, patriots, who formed the illustrious league about him. by. Browne, Robert Henry, b. Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Chicago : The Blakely-Oswald Printing Company.

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His methods of study and arrangement of subjects were regular. His phraseology was selected in careful estima- tion of all the shades of meaning he desired. His points and predicates were keen, incisive, and strong, and the force and energy of expression which he always sought was anal- ogous in his mind to the powerful work of his hands. Tn his almost faultless form he wrought out periods. of sentiment, pathos, and patriotism that ^vill live with the nation and its literature - beautiful thoughts, so richly clothed in harmony and force that a new world makes classic that which was not born to die. The al)lest men and. The men of his time.

16th President of the United States. Abraham Lincoln (12 February 1809 – 15 April 1865) was the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865

16th President of the United States. Abraham Lincoln (12 February 1809 – 15 April 1865) was the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865

Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was assassinated by. .president to be assassinated, with his funeral and burial marking an extended period of national mourning.

Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was assassinated by well-known stage actor John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865, while attending the play Our American Cousin at Ford's Theatre in Washington, . Shot in the head as he watched the play, Lincoln died the following day at 7:22 am, in the Petersen House opposite. Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Part of the American Civil War.

Like his Whig heroes Henry Clay and Daniel Webster, Lincoln opposed the spread of slavery to the territories, and had a.The war years were difficult for Abraham Lincoln and his family.

Like his Whig heroes Henry Clay and Daniel Webster, Lincoln opposed the spread of slavery to the territories, and had a grand vision of the expanding United States, with a focus on commerce and cities rather than agriculture. Did you know? The war years were difficult for Abraham Lincoln and his family. After his young son Willie died of typhoid fever in 1862, the emotionally fragile Mary Lincoln, widely unpopular for her frivolity and spendthrift ways, held seances in the White House in the hopes of communicating with him, earning her even more derision

Abraham Lincoln's Lyceum Address was delivered to the Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois on January 27, 1838, titled "The Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions".

Abraham Lincoln's Lyceum Address was delivered to the Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois on January 27, 1838, titled "The Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions". In this speech, Lincoln spoke about the dangers of slavery in the United States, as the institution could corrupt the federal government. Lincoln warned that mobs or people who disrespected . laws and courts could destroy the United States.

Abraham Lincoln wasn't the sort of man who could lose himself in a crowd. Lincoln was the most photographed man of his time, but his friends insisted that no photo ever did him justice. Back then, cameras required long exposures. After all, he stood six feet four inches tall, and to top it off, he wore a high silk hat. His height was mostly in his long bony legs. That's why Lincoln looks so stiff and formal in his photos. We never see him laughing or joking.

Henry Clay, the Kentucky politician whom Lincoln called his "beau ideal of a.To the ardent patriot and profound statesman, he added a quality possessed by few of the gifted on earth.

Henry Clay, the Kentucky politician whom Lincoln called his "beau ideal of a statesman," died on June 29, 1852. The same day, Lincoln appointed a committee in Springfield, Illinois, to arrange a public tribute. In an ironic twist, Lincoln concludes, "Let us strive to deserve, as far as mortals may, the continued care of Divine Providence, trusting that in future emergencies, He will not fail to provide us the instruments of safety and security.

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