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Quotations of Abraham Lincoln (Quote/Unquote)
Synopses & Reviews
Applewood Books is pleased to introduce a new series of quotation books which will collect and celebrate the words of great figures from American history. To kick off the series, we begin with three of the Founding Fathers Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln, who ended slavery and led the country through a civil war. The words of these men, from private journals, correspondence, speeches and public writings, are as inspiring and thought-provoking today as when they were first written. This new series is attractively packaged in trim hardcovers with a three-piece case binding. A classic portrait of the author peers out from the front cover with his signature printed below it in gold foil. Each volume contains about 100 quotations. These beautiful little books arrive just in time for the gift-giving holidays.
One of the Quote/Unquote Series. This little collection of over 100 inspirational and motivational quotations from Abraham Lincoln is separated into two parts. The first is the Quote section in which contains the most poignant quotes from our sixteenth President. The second is the Unquote section, in which the more humorous side of Lincoln is revealed. Beautifully produced in a hardcover edition with two color printing, these little gems are destined to find an honored place on every retailer's counter.
Includes some 100 quotations about war and peace and faith and other consequential matters from America's 16th president. The series look features a classic portrait of the author on the front cover with his signature printed below in gold foil.
About the Author
Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth president of the United States best-known for helping to abolish slavery during the Civil War, and his tragic assassination just days after the war ended.
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