Famous speeches [of] Abraham Lincoln
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This edition consists of 950 copies, hand-set in Bruce Rogers' centaur type, and printed on an all rag paper at the Walpole printing office, New Rochelle, N.Y. The frontispiece is drawn by John Rudolph after the bust by St. Gaudens.
Address before the Young Men's Lyceum at Springfield, Illinois. January 27, 1838--Address on the Dred Scott Decision at Springfield, Illinois. June 26, 1857--"Divided House" speech at Springfield, Illinois. June 17, 1858--Conclusion of speech at Springfield, Illinois, closing the senatorial campaign against Stephen A. Douglas. October 30, 1858--Address at Cooper Institute, New York. February 27, 1860--Farewell address at Springfield, Illinois. February 11, 1861--Address in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. February 22, 1861--First inaugural address. March 4, 1861--Address at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery. November 19, 1863--Second inaugural address. March 4, 1865--Last public address. April 11, 1865.
|Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865|
|University of Michigan|
|New Rochelle, Peter Pauper Press|
|Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Oratory|
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