New PDF release: Abraham (Mount Rushmore Presidential Series)
By Frank Keating,Mike Wimmer
To say Abraham Lincoln got here from humble beginnings is a real understatement. He was once born in a Kentucky log cabin with a packed-dirt ground, tough slab roof, and leather-hinged door. He went barefoot for many of the yr and wasn’t anticipated to quantity to a lot. yet studying was once every thing to him and his unfastened time used to be fed on through books. Abraham Lincoln learn furiously, studied legislation, and knew that tough paintings used to be his in simple terms route to creating a swap on this planet. while he ran for the presidency, he stood for unity—one humans and one land. He introduced freedom to all electorate, ended slavery, and made the rustic complete again.
This visible travel de strength is predicated on ancient files and chronicles sincere Abe’s existence from boyhood to his awesome management place because the 16th President of the USA of America.
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Abraham (Mount Rushmore Presidential Series) by Frank Keating,Mike Wimmer