Lincoln PDF Þ Hardcover

Lincoln PDF Þ Hardcover


  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Lincoln
  • David J. Kent
  • English
  • 06 December 2014
  • 9781435165342

10 thoughts on “Lincoln

  1. Amy Hiltz Amy Hiltz says:

    Abraham Lincoln the greatest president we have ever seen This book provides an amazing biography about his early life and his humble rise to power It highlights both his struggles and his victories in an easy to read book filled with pictures to accompany the text I loved reading this book about my favorite president


  2. Ru Sun Ru Sun says:

    A very informative and beautifully written book The author did a great job introducing the life of Abraham Lincoln from childhood to presidency to legacy It is rather challenging to distill so many important facts and interesting anecdotes into a concise and easy to understand book As the saying goes Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication Only a deep understanding of the history and the man himself would make it possible Once again the author delivered an outstanding biography that exceeded expectations


  3. Amanda Yamate Amanda Yamate says:

    Excellent excellent book So enjoyable and well written Kent shares major moments of Lincoln’s life and how Lincoln’s actions saved our country and made it what it is today Every fact supports the concept that Lincoln is basically a superherowhich I have always believed haha


  4. Becky Becky says:

    I absolutely love learning about Abraham Lincoln I always forget that he did not have this fast rise to popularity and the presidency It was through his dedication to his beliefs and hard work that he got to where he was


  5. Eric Eric says:

    A thoroughly engaging easy to read overview replete with photos drawings paintings and other graphics Kent comes close to hagiography but if you're going to idealize anyone in American history who would be a better candidate? A uick list of Lincoln's other accomplishments in the concluding pages seals the dealHomestead ActDept of AgricultureMorrill Land Grant ActPacific Railway ActThanksgivingYosemiteNational Academy of Sciences


  6. Sally Andrews Sally Andrews says:

    Good book I especially loved the artwork


  7. Vidura Barrios Vidura Barrios says:

    Very well written acount of the life of Lincoln


  8. David Kent David Kent says:

    This book is designed to appeal to a wide range of readers who want to learn things about Lincoln they may not have known are read in other biographies Packed with colorful and rare illustrations Lincoln The Man Who Saved America is visually stunning and the writing is light and easyThe book begins with Lincoln's early childhood on the farm in Kentucky and follows him as the family moves to free state of Indiana We look at his rudimentary most self taught education and the loss of his mother then his sister Now an adult Lincoln moves to Illinois and after two flatboat trips to New Orleans strikes out on his own in New SalemAdditional chapters delve into the beginnings of his life in politics his loves and family and his life on the circuit and as a lawyer in Springfield After being out of politics for several years Lincoln is suddenly aroused as never before by passage of the Kansas Nebraska Act by rival Stephen A Douglas which is destined to spread slavery into the territories and perhaps nation wideRunning for president is covered in a chapter and there are two chapters covering Lincoln's struggles to save the Union during the Civil War The final chapter looks at his martyrdom and long lasting legacyLincoln The Man Who Saved America tells the story of a man who excelled beyond anyone's imagination and who rose to power during the nation's most demanding trials Through easy to read language and with spectacular photos cartoons and drawings in a format that blends the best of vivid writing with a graphical novel feel this book brings out the incredible man who saved America from itselfI am the author of this book I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it See also my earlier books Tesla The Wizard of Electricity and Edison The Inventor of the Modern World


  9. Randall Schober Randall Schober says:

    Good book Short read


  10. Sandra Rushlo Sandra Rushlo says:

    I absolutely loved this book It may help that I love Lincoln; but this biography taught me a lot that I'd never known before no spoilers you'll have to read it yourself Somehow Mr Kent managed to fit everything from small details about Lincoln's childhood to his martyrdom into this richly illustrated bio It would delight the most well versed scholars and the readers who know nothing of the man The matter of fact style of writing interspersed with beautiful paintings and early photography portrays such a wide array of anecdotes witticisms and painful truths about Lincoln and his time Kent has produced a masterpiece yet never idealizes him as many do but gives the full portrait of a man humble flawed and yet heroic He even worked in a brief lesson on the shifting political parties and the topics have never been so pertinent as they are today This is a must read for any history buff or anyone looking to explore a new subject


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Lincoln❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Lincoln ✐ Author David J. Kent – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk “The dogmas of the uiet past are inadeuate to the stormy present” – Abraham LincolnTensions over the expansion of slavery had strained the very sinews of the Union for decades One man stepped fo “The dogmas of the uiet past are inadeuate to the stormy present” – Abraham LincolnTensions over the expansion of slavery had strained the very sinews of the Union for decades One man stepped forward Born into an impoverished frontier farm in Kentucky Abraham Lincoln rose to prominence in Illinois before taking on the biggest threat to its existence the United States had ever facedLincoln delivered his inaugural address then was given the presidential oath of office by Chief Justice Roger Taney whose Dred Scott decision had further divided the nation and enlarged the growing rift between free states and slave states Lincoln pondered whether he would be able to keep the Union together We must not be enemies We must be friendsLincoln tried to reassure the South The government will not assail you You can have no conflict without yourself being the aggressorsHe pleaded with them not to destroy the vision of the Founders who established the Constitution “to form a perfect union” But he was also firm You have no oath registered in Heaven to destroy the government while I shall have the most solemn one to ‘preserve protect and defend’ itAfter being sworn into office Lincoln traveled alone by carriage up muddy Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House Just over a month later the Confederate army fired on Fort Sumter in Charleston South Carolina beginning the Civil War The conflict that followed over the next four years would be the bloodiest and most divisive struggle ever faced by America The responsibility for saving the nation fell suarely on LincolnVividly written and packed with colorful and rare illustrations Lincoln The Man Who Saved America is the fascinating story of how a self taught boy from Kentucky changed the world.


About the Author: David J. Kent

David J Kent is the author of five books on Nikola Tesla Thomas Edison and Abraham Lincoln His newest book is Lincoln The Man Who Saved America now into its nd printingHis previous books include Edison The Inventor of the Modern World and Tesla The Wizard of Electricity now into its th printingAll books are available at Barnes and Noble stores and online Signed copi.


10 thoughts on “Lincoln

  1. Amy Hiltz Amy Hiltz says:

    Abraham Lincoln the greatest president we have ever seen This book provides an amazing biography about his early life and his humble rise to power It highlights both his struggles and his victories in an easy to read book filled with pictures to accompany the text I loved reading this book about my favorite president

  2. Ru Sun Ru Sun says:

    A very informative and beautifully written book The author did a great job introducing the life of Abraham Lincoln from childhood to presidency to legacy It is rather challenging to distill so many important facts and interesting anecdotes into a concise and easy to understand book As the saying goes Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication Only a deep understanding of the history and the man himself would make it possible Once again the author delivered an outstanding biography that exceeded expectations

  3. Amanda Yamate Amanda Yamate says:

    Excellent excellent book So enjoyable and well written Kent shares major moments of Lincoln’s life and how Lincoln’s actions saved our country and made it what it is today Every fact supports the concept that Lincoln is basically a superherowhich I have always believed haha

  4. Becky Becky says:

    I absolutely love learning about Abraham Lincoln I always forget that he did not have this fast rise to popularity and the presidency It was through his dedication to his beliefs and hard work that he got to where he was

  5. Eric Eric says:

    A thoroughly engaging easy to read overview replete with photos drawings paintings and other graphics Kent comes close to hagiography but if you're going to idealize anyone in American history who would be a better candidate? A uick list of Lincoln's other accomplishments in the concluding pages seals the dealHomestead ActDept of AgricultureMorrill Land Grant ActPacific Railway ActThanksgivingYosemiteNational Academy of Sciences

  6. Sally Andrews Sally Andrews says:

    Good book I especially loved the artwork

  7. Vidura Barrios Vidura Barrios says:

    Very well written acount of the life of Lincoln

  8. David Kent David Kent says:

    This book is designed to appeal to a wide range of readers who want to learn things about Lincoln they may not have known are read in other biographies Packed with colorful and rare illustrations Lincoln The Man Who Saved America is visually stunning and the writing is light and easyThe book begins with Lincoln's early childhood on the farm in Kentucky and follows him as the family moves to free state of Indiana We look at his rudimentary most self taught education and the loss of his mother then his sister Now an adult Lincoln moves to Illinois and after two flatboat trips to New Orleans strikes out on his own in New SalemAdditional chapters delve into the beginnings of his life in politics his loves and family and his life on the circuit and as a lawyer in Springfield After being out of politics for several years Lincoln is suddenly aroused as never before by passage of the Kansas Nebraska Act by rival Stephen A Douglas which is destined to spread slavery into the territories and perhaps nation wideRunning for president is covered in a chapter and there are two chapters covering Lincoln's struggles to save the Union during the Civil War The final chapter looks at his martyrdom and long lasting legacyLincoln The Man Who Saved America tells the story of a man who excelled beyond anyone's imagination and who rose to power during the nation's most demanding trials Through easy to read language and with spectacular photos cartoons and drawings in a format that blends the best of vivid writing with a graphical novel feel this book brings out the incredible man who saved America from itselfI am the author of this book I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it See also my earlier books Tesla The Wizard of Electricity and Edison The Inventor of the Modern World

  9. Randall Schober Randall Schober says:

    Good book Short read

  10. Sandra Rushlo Sandra Rushlo says:

    I absolutely loved this book It may help that I love Lincoln; but this biography taught me a lot that I'd never known before no spoilers you'll have to read it yourself Somehow Mr Kent managed to fit everything from small details about Lincoln's childhood to his martyrdom into this richly illustrated bio It would delight the most well versed scholars and the readers who know nothing of the man The matter of fact style of writing interspersed with beautiful paintings and early photography portrays such a wide array of anecdotes witticisms and painful truths about Lincoln and his time Kent has produced a masterpiece yet never idealizes him as many do but gives the full portrait of a man humble flawed and yet heroic He even worked in a brief lesson on the shifting political parties and the topics have never been so pertinent as they are today This is a must read for any history buff or anyone looking to explore a new subject

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