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You may know of Abraham Lincoln, but there is more to his story. Learn about life in the time that Lincoln lived, and how he impacted the U.S. Civil War.
Throughout the 1850s, the issues of slavery and states' rights had divided the nation. With the election of 1860, these issues finally came to a head, setting ...
Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War are forever linked. The bloody conflict began in 1861, the year Lincoln was elected president. It ended in 1865, the ...
Katie is crazy for horses! She pretends her bike is a horse, but its missing a mane and tail. She rides a horse on a merry-go-round, but its mane and tail were ...
The United States was in the middle of the Civil War when President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. What exactly did this document say? ...
Jake is a kid cowboy, in charge of a wild bunch of monkeys. The work is hard and sometimes Jake wishes he could get away from those monkeys. But when a crew of ...
It's July 1863. The Civil War is at a turning point. The Confederacy has won some important battles, despite having fewer soldiers and resources than the Union ...
Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States. Learn about his childhood, his early work, and his role in ending slavery.
Explore the life of Abraham Lincoln in this fascinating biography. Richly supported by photos, art work, and a family tree, readers will come away with an ...
What are Mercury and Venus like, and could we ever visit there? Taking the form of an imaginary trip, this book explores the science and history of Mercury and ...
Monica and Chloe are on a trip with Monica's stepfather. When they meet an adorable cowboy and his friends, will Logan embarrass Monica or let her have fun? ...
A teenage cowboy is working at a ranch for the summer. His father said it would be good for him. One night, the horses begin to snort in fear and a strange ...
The Lincoln Memorial honors Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States. It also stands today as a symbol of unity and freedom. Why does it stand ...
Tells the story of Abraham Lincoln's assassination and the escape and death of his assassin, John Wilkes Booth. Written in graphic-novel format.
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