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William Baringer E.

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Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln's Classroom provides assistance to students of all ages studying: Abraham Lincoln's speeches Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War Abraham Lincoln: slavery and emancipation Abraham Lincoln's political journey Classroom Feature ... more

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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

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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.

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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.
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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!
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William E. Baringer, editor, Lincoln Day by Day, (Chicago Tribune, 12 July 1858), p. 221.
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William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 209.
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William Baringer, "A House Dividing", New York Herald, December 2, 1860, p. 89.


He was an artful man and ...

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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

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William Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 147.


Historian William E. ...

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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.

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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.
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William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 317.
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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.

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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.
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William E. Baringer, Lincoln's Rise to Power, p. 317.
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William E. Baringer, A Housing Dividing,(New York Herald, November 26, 1860), p. 90.

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