1 edition of Lincoln"s boys found in the catalog.
Written in English
A timely and intimate look into Abraham Lincoln"s White House through the lives of his two closest aides and confidants.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-374) and index.
|LC Classifications||E457.2 .Z45 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 390 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||2013017052|
Lincoln's Boys A timely and intimate look into Lincoln’s White House through the lives of his two closest aides and confidantes. Lincoln’s official secretaries John Hay and John Nicolay enjoyed more access, witnessed more history, and knew Lincoln better than anyone outside of the president’s immediate family. No American president has enjoyed as intimate a relationship with the soldiers in his army as did the man they called "Father Abraham." In Lincoln's Men, historian William C. Davis draws on thousands of unpublished letters and diaries — the voices of the volunteers — to tell the hidden story of how a new and untested president became "Father" throughout both the army and the North as a whole.4/4(1).
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Lincoln’s Boys: John Hay, John Nicolay, and the War for Lincoln’s Image Joshua Zeitz Hardcover; pages Viking () A concise, dual biography of John Nicolay and John Hay, Lincoln’s personal secretaries and closest aides during his presidency. A timely and intimate look into Abraham Lincoln’s White House through the lives of his two closest aides and confidantsLincoln’s official secretaries John Hay and John Nicolay enjoyed more.
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From the author of the forthcoming Building the Great Society (February ), an intimate look into Lincoln’s White House and the aftermath of his death, via the lives of his two closest aides In this timely look into Abraham Lincoln’s White House, and the aftermath of his death, noted historian and political advisor Joshua Zeitz presents a fresh perspective on the sixteenth U.S /5().
Lincoln's Boys: John Hay, John Nicolay, and the War for Lincoln's Image Kindle Edition The book reads like a novel and I consumed it in one day.
Joshua Zeitz has produced a fine dual biography of two important friends and biographers of Abraham Lincoln. out of 5 stars Lincolns Boys. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Aug /5(). A timely and intimate look into Abraham Lincoln’s White House through the lives of his two closest aides and confidants Lincoln’s official secretaries John Hay and John Nicolay enjoyed more access, witnessed more history, and knew Lincoln better than anyone outside of the president’s immediate family.
Hay and Nicolay were the gatekeepers of the Lincoln legacy/5. Admitting to minor invention but in general sticking to historical records, Rabin portrays Lincoln’s rambunctious young sons Tad and Willie roaming freely about the early Civil War White House—irritating officials, playing pranks on the staff, and bursting in on their indulgent father for horseplay Lincolns boys book, once, to request a “pardon” for an offending toy soldier/5(5).
Lincoln and His Boys by Rosemary Wells is an excellant book about Lincoln told through the eyes of his sons. The reader discovers interesting facts about Lincoln's sons and how Lincoln enjoyed being with them. They were allowed to have fun at a time when children were expected to be seen and not heard/5.
About Lincoln’s Boys. From the author of the forthcoming Building the Great Society (February ), an intimate look into Lincoln’s White House and the aftermath of his death, via the lives of his two closest aides In this timely look into Abraham Lincoln’s White House, and the aftermath of his death, noted historian and political advisor Lincolns boys book Zeitz presents a fresh perspective on the.
The New York Times bestselling author of Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker returns to her most famous heroine, Mary Todd Lincoln, in this compelling story of love, loss, and sisterhood rich with history and suspense. In MayElizabeth Todd Edwards reels from news that her younger sister Mary, former First Lady and widow of President Abraham Lincoln, has attempted : Jennifer Chiaverini.
This book arrived very fast and in excellent condition. It is a very good book and I am enjoying reading it. This book is about Abraham Lincoln's mother and step mother. It is also about his father and the rest of the family.
I am excited to be finding out more about Abe's family/5(10). This was a wonderfully done childrens book on a little known aspect of Abraham Lincolns life as a father during his White House years to his two mischievous little boys Willie and Tad.
The story really captivated my children and they could relate to the bad dreams, playing army /5. Lincoln Boys, Yucca Valley, California.
1, likes 11 talking about this 1 was here. Specializing in Lincoln Continental Parts Sedan Coupe Convertible/5(5). Historian Joshua Zeitz talks about his book, [Lincoln's Boys: John Hay, John Nicolay, and the War for Lincoln's Image], in which he examines Abraham Lincoln's presidential tenure through the eyes.
They were John Hay and John Nicolay, Lincoln’s presidential secretaries, and it is largely to them that Lincoln owes much of the great reverence and respect now accorded the 16th president.
Lincoln's presence liberates one of them, who literally will haunt the president a year before he signs the Emancipation Proclamation.
This is a. Zeitz (Flapper: A Madcap Story of Sex, Style, Celebrity, and the Women Who Made America Modern,etc.) approaches the already overloaded realm of Abraham Lincoln studies from a fresh Nicolay (–) and John Hay (–) were young, intelligent, ambitious men who became acquainted with Lincoln during his pre-presidential years in Springfield, : Joshua Zeitz.
Ronald C. White, Jr., is the author of two bestselling books on Abraham Lincoln: The Eloquent President and Lincoln’s Greatest Speech, a New York Times Notable Book.
White earned his Ph.D. at Princeton and has lectured on Lincoln at hundreds of universities and organizations, and at Gettysburg and the White House. He is a Fellow at the Huntington Library and a Visiting Professor of /5(75).
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by Ann Turner and Wendell Minor. 7 Resources. View All Lincoln's th Year Books. Book & Author Resources. Browse. Rosemary Wells is an author and illustrator of picture books and has written many novels and nonfiction books for young readers, including Mary on Horseback, a biography of Mary Breckenridge that won the Christopher researching a historical novel about the Civil War, she came upon a word fragment by Willie Lincoln about a trip taken with his father, and the idea for Father /5(8).
Later, a group of boys rigged up a high wire and knocked it off his head, scattering the papers. Lincoln wore a long black coat and a tall stovepipe hat, and the book begins with the purchase of the h a collection of amusing anecdotes, author Brenner reveals the real reason Lincoln's hat was such an all-important item.
Abraham Lincoln's Youth "Abraham Lincoln his hand and pen he will be good but [God] knows When" These are the words Lincoln wrote in his schoolbook when he was a young boy. In his autobiography, Lincoln estimated that his time in school totaled one year. In celebration of Abraham Lincoln"s two hundredth birthday comes this breathtakingly illustrated picture book about the president and his two youngest sons.
Tad and Willie Lincoln were mischievous pranksters who treated the White House as their personal playground. They tormented nearly everyone they encountered-except their doting father.
Even when they demanded a full presidential pardon for. The book also discusses some of the lessor biographies that show Lincoln in a more human and in less attractive or saintly light.
Those books are based on half remembered stories from Lincoln’s youth from interviewed home town people who knew him as a youth or from a former early law partner or from newspaper or campaign archives.Raised by a mostly-poor family on America's western frontier, Abraham Lincoln was largely self-educated.
His formal education, added all together, came to about one year.Nicolay and Hay were Abraham Lincoln's closest aides and the President treated them almost like sons. Less than three weeks before his death, John Milton Hay awoke in his cabin room on the RMS Baltic as the great ocean liner, still the jewel of the White Star Line, steamed a course from Liverpool to New York.
He reached for his diary and composed one of its final entries.