Lincoln at Home: Two Glimpses of Abraham Lincoln's Domestic Life

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White House Historical Association, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 107 pages
This little book offers two glimpses of Abraham Lincoln as a family man. the first section describes the Lincolns' life in the White House during the Civil War years . . . The second section is a collections of all the letters exchanged by Abraham and Mary Lincoln and their children. the offer a portrait of Mrs. Lincoln unmarred by tittle-tattle and by later gossip, and they sow Abraham Lincoln as a devoted, if often desperately busy and distracted, family man.

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