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Wilson, Douglas L. Lincoln’s Sword: The Presidency and the Power of Words. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2006. Pascal, Janet B. Who Was Abraham Lincoln? New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 2008. Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum The Presidential Library is a public, non-circulating research library specializing in Abraham Lincoln and Illinois history. Collections include books, pamphlets, maps, and periodicals; photographs, films, tapes, and broadsides; manuscripts; and Illinois newspapers on microfilm.

He brought together words or syllables with related sounds. He employed alliteration, placing together the same consonant and sound five times in the final two sentences, encouraging the listener to link those words: break bonds battlefield broad better Lincoln used powerful images to remind the nation of its past and announce his political vision for the future. Gettysburg Address (1863) On July 1-3, 1863, Union and Confederate forces fought a great battle in the small Pennsylvania village of Gettysburg.

This introduction of the Bible marks new territory. The Bible had been quoted only once in the previous 18 inaugurals. Lincoln thus signaled his intent to examine the war from both a theological and a political perspective. After recognizing that soldiers on both sides of the conflict read the Bible and prayed similar prayers, Lincoln probed the Bible’s appropriate use. Lincoln suggests that some wielded the Bible and prayer almost as weapons to curry God’s favor for one side or the other. But this only produced contrary readings of the same book.

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