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William E. Baringer

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Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln's Personality - Abraham Lincoln's Classroom

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He was an artful man and yet his art had all he appearance of simple mindedness."207 Lincoln scholar William Baringer wrote: "Though Lincoln was no Plato, his mental processes were finer, more powerful, than those of any other public man of his day."208
William Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 147.


Abraham Lincoln and Chicago - Abraham Lincoln's Classroom

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People bore these inflictions with much good nature, because they were optimistic and expected better things in the future."40 Historian William E. Baringer noted: Chicago streets were peculiar.
Judd asked his personal friends among Republicans if they would come to Chicago and work for Lincoln."48 Baringer wrote: "Republicans clubs had during the past week held special meetings to prepare for the convention. William E. Baringer wrote: "The tall President Elect was further worn by his habit of bending over to greet, with a two-hand shake, persons of average height, a performance that 'much resembled the traditionary 'man-a-mowing.' On one occasion, after a protracted series of short citizens, the President Elect encountered a man of his own height, 'raised his hands in well affected astonishment, and exclaimed: 'You are up some! William E. Baringer, editor, Lincoln Day by Day, (Chicago Tribune, 12 July 1858), p. 221. William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 209. William Baringer, "A House Dividing", New York Herald, December 2, 1860, p. 89.


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He was an artful man and yet his art had all he appearance of simple mindedness."207 Lincoln scholar William Baringer wrote: "Though Lincoln was no Plato, his mental processes were finer, more powerful, than those of any other public man of his day."208
William Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 147.


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Historian William E. Baringer wrote: "Republicans of Abraham Lincoln's home town, not at all exhausted by their exertions of Friday afternoon and evening, touched an even higher pitch of excitement Saturday evening.
Lincoln biographer William E. Baringer wrote of Mr. Lincoln: "Embarrassed, beset with that towering feeling which tall people feel in formal company, he leaned awkwardly on a chair."93 Amos Tuck wrote: "Mr. William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 317. William E. Baringer, A Housing Dividing, p. 90 (New York Herald, November 26, 1860).


Abraham Lincoln and Springfield - Abraham Lincoln's Classroom

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Historian William E. Baringer wrote: "Republicans of Abraham Lincoln's home town, not at all exhausted by their exertions of Friday afternoon and evening, touched an even higher pitch of excitement Saturday evening.
Lincoln biographer William E. Baringer wrote of Mr. Lincoln: "Embarrassed, beset with that towering feeling which tall people feel in formal company, he leaned awkwardly on a chair."93 Amos Tuck wrote: "Mr. William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 317. William E. Baringer, A Housing Dividing,(New York Herald, November 26, 1860), p. 90.


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