By Sterling North
Abraham Lincoln used to be born to a negative relations at the American frontier. He used to be a troublesome employee, yet he sought after greater than a farmer's lifestyles. As he discovered concerning the problems with his day, Abe longed to be a lawmaker himself, so he ran for the kingdom legislature. quickly the farm boy might develop into the bright orator and widespread president who ultimately proclaimed freedom for all american citizens. targeting Lincoln's youth and early manhood, this e-book explores the folk and occasions that formed one in every of America's maximum presidents.
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Once again he was in danger of losing his land because other men claimed it. Besides, he found it hard for a poor farmer without slaves to make a living in a slave-holding state. North of the Ohio River lay fertile and almost unpopulated Indiana. Thomas argued that here was a great opportunity—a man could stake out a new farm and get a fresh start. Already uprooted three times in ten years of married life, Nancy Lincoln must have wondered if Thomas would ever be satisfied. ” By the time Tom came back from scouting the new country, it would be late in the autumn, a dangerous season in which to start into the wilderness with two small children.
He was willing to bet five dollars on Abe, and he found a taker for his bet. Jack Armstrong, champion of the Grove and of the grocery, was known as the best fighter and wrestler in twenty miles. When New Salem learned that the powerful newcomer, Abe Lincoln, and the unbeaten Jack Armstrong were scheduled for a match, bets ranged from drinks and jackknives to actual money as the excited crowd gathered. The famous fight, which was to have far-reaching political consequences for Lincoln, happened on a Saturday afternoon.
Abe Lincoln by Sterling North
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