Imagens das páginas
PDF
ePub

Hobson, J. T.

"THE MASTER AND HIS SERVANT".

The Otterbein Press..

$0.50

This book contains comparative outline sketches of "The Redeemer of Mankind-Christ, and The Emancipator of a Race Abraham Lincoln." The aim of the author is to show how the Christ-life is reflected in the life of Lincoln.

Jackson, S. Trevena

"LINCOLN'S USE OF THE BIBLE"

Abingdon Press. Paper..

.$0.35

A collection of interesting facts, showing the value of the Bible in Lincoln's life.

Johnson, William J.

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN THE CHRISTIAN"-Illustrated.

Abingdon Press...

.$1.50

This is a careful and painstaking study of the development of Mr. Lincoln's religious life. The study is carried through on chronological lines and is thoroughly well done. The citations are from accredited books and original documents.

Scovill, Jr., Samuel

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN, HIS STORY"

American Sunday-School Union..

$0.60

The volume was written with the idea of bringing out the trust in God exhibited by the life and work of this American leader.

Tarbell, Ida M.

"IN LINCOLN'S CHAIR"

The MacMillan Company..

.$1.00

"In Lincoln's Chair" deals particularly with Lincoln's religious views, his attitude toward God, and his consequent sense of responsibility and duty.

1

LECTURES, ADDRESSES AND MISCELLANEOUS

Bancroft, George

"OUR MARTYR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN". Oration. (With Bishop Matthew Simpson and R. S Storrs, Jr.)

Abingdon Press....

$1.50

Every lover of Lincoln will welcome this reissue of the more important addresses delivered in the shadow of the nation's great bereavement.

Burrage, Henry S.

"GETTYSBURG AND LINCOLN"

G. P. Putnam's Sons.....

$1.50

The records of the Battle, the Park, the Cemetery, and the Lincoln Address.

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]

This book, of a little more than a hundred pages, gives a vivid, accurate, and interesting account of the circumstances and events centering about the dedication of "The Soldiers' National Cemetery" at Gettysburg in 1863. It gives the interested reader, as well as the student, an authentic version of the preparation, delivery and reception of the famous Gettysburg Address.

Carr, Clarke E.

"STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS"

A. C. McClurg & Company..

.$2.50

This book, although devoted to a discussion of the noble life and splendid work of Stephen A. Douglas, "The Little Giant," whose name is so prominently linked with that of Abraham Lincoln-contains a fine appreciation of the modest, manly qualities and forensic ability of the martyred President. The last fourteen chapters reveal some very interesting, first-hand pen-pictures of Lincoln and the stirring times beginning with his utterance of the statement "This government caunot endure permanently half slave and half free-it must become all one thing or all the other," and going through the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates to the time when it was solid North against solid South.

Choate, Joseph H.

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN"

T. Y. Crowell & Company.

.$0.50

This is the authorized version of the inaugural address delivered by the American Ambassador at the Court of St. James before the Edinburgh Philosophical Institution on November 13th, 1900.

Dittenhoefer, A. J.

"How WE ELECTED LINCOLN”

Harper & Brothers...

Herndon, William H.

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN, MISS ANN RUTLEDGE, NEW SALEM, PIONEERING, AND THE POEM"

H. E. Barker.....

.$0.90

.$5.00

The lecture that forms the kernel of all the love-stories about Lincoln and Ann Rutledge. A tall, octavo volume, in edition limited to 150 signed copies.

Larned, J. N.

"A STUDY OF GREATNESS IN MEN"

Houghton Mifflin Company..

$1.75

Mr. Larned has made a most enlightening study of the elements of greatness in Napoleon, Cromwell, Washington and Lincoln, and of the degree in which they merit the respect of posterity. His conclusions are unusual and highly interesting.

Learned, Marion Dexter

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN, AN AMERICAN MIGRATION:

FAMILY ENGLISH NOT GERMAN"

William J. Campbell...

McLaughlin, Robert W.

'WASHINGTON AND LINCOLN".

G. P. Putnam's Sons.....

$2.50

$1.35

Washington and Lincoln, leaders of the nation in the constitutional

eras of American history.

The aim of the writer is to show the similarity of the work they did

in the field of governmental action.

Newton, Joseph Fort

"LINCOLN AND HERNDON"

The Torch Press...

$3.00

A book that deals with the personal and political fellowship of Abraham Lincoln and his law partner, William H. Herndon. It shows the influence of one upon the other as they worked out together, in the Springfield law office, the solution of the problem that was to rend the

nation.

Oldroyd, Osborn H.

"THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN" with an introduction by Bvt. Maj. Gen. T. M. Harris

Osborn H. Oldroyd..

.$1.25

This book is accepted as the true history of the assassination, also of the flight, pursuit, capture, trial and punishment of the conspirators. Contains 82 half-tone illustrations.

Pillsbury, Albert E.

"LINCOLN AND SLAVERY"

Houghton Mifflin Company..

.$1.25

"With wonderful wit Mr. Pillsbury has portrayed the real Lincoln. One cannot easily escape the impression left by the intense concentration and literary splendor of this remarkable interpretation." Roberts, Octavia

"LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS"-Profusely illustrated by Lester G. Hornby

Houghton Mifflin Company. Special limited edition...$6.00 The author of this notable book, a native of Springfield, Illinois, has recently obtained a manuscript diary kept by a neighbor of Lincoln during his Springfield life, which contains many vivid pen pictures of the President. From this material and from her own memories and investigations, she has constructed a most interesting, readable, and illuminating book.

Robinson, L. E.

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN AS A MAN OF LETTERS'

Reilly & Lee Company..

.$1.50

Professor Robinson's scholarly work is the first book to study Lincoln's wonderful growth in power of literary expression. The Bible,

Shakespeare and Blackstone are shown to have been Lincoln's three great sources of inspiration. The book is rich in references of value to the student. The generous appendix embraces all of the Great Emancipator's most famous addresses, letters and state papers.

Stryker, M. W.

"ABRAHAM LINCOLN”

M. W. Stryker...

Three addresses given variously.

Welles, Gideon

"THE DIARY OF"-With an introduction by John T. Morse, Jr.

Houghton Mifflin Company. 3 volumes..

$3.00

.$15.00

[graphic]

This diary takes us behind the scenes of the crucial decade of our National history.

Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy in Lincoln's Cabinet, was a keen, clear-sighted, shrewd statesman, with wide experience in public life. Through the intimate pages of his journal, written day by day in war-time and years after, we get the daily history of the conduct of the war from the point of view of the administration.

Wilson, Henry

"RISE AND FALL OF THE SLAVE POWER IN AMERICA"

Houghton Mifflin Company. 3 volumes.

. $10.00

"This historical work is of the highest class of that literature to which it belongs, the class, that is to say, which is made up of histories produced by great actors in great events, and it is so in a very special

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

This is a short story of the author's adventures as a war correspondent. He was selected to get through the enemies' line and carry a message from General Grant to President Lincoln. He succeeded, after a number of thrilling adventures and narrow escapes.

« AnteriorContinuar »