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Abe Lincoln: Log Cabin to White House [SCM]

A biography of Abraham Lincoln, focusing on his childhood spent in poverty on the Midwestern frontier, and chronicling his rise to the Presidency and the highlights of his tenure.

Additional Details

Resource Type
Book
ISBN
0394891791
Print Status
In Print
Chapters
12
Pages
160
Suggested Grades
4th - 9th
Geographical Setting
Illinois, Kentucky, Washington DC
Historical Setting
1809 - 1865
Publisher
Random House
Edition
Landmark
Copyright
1987
Written
1956

Chapters

  • 1 Nancy's Boy Baby
  • 2 The 'Half-Face' Camp
  • 3 The New Mother
  • 4 A Frontier Education
  • 5 Flatboating Down the Mississippi
  • 6 The Illinois Frontier
  • 7 New Salem and the Black Hawk War
  • 8 Jack of All Trades
  • 9 Early Days in Springfield
  • 10 Congressman and Lawyer
  • 11 A House Divided
  • 12 With Malice Toward None

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