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The Resource Abe Lincoln : an anthology, compiled and edited by Hilah Paulmier ; illustrated by Lee Ames

Abe Lincoln : an anthology, compiled and edited by Hilah Paulmier ; illustrated by Lee Ames

Label
Abe Lincoln : an anthology
Title
Abe Lincoln
Title remainder
an anthology
Statement of responsibility
compiled and edited by Hilah Paulmier ; illustrated by Lee Ames
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 973.7/092
  • B
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E457.9
LC item number
.P3
Literary form
non fiction
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Paulmier, Hilah
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Presidents
  • United States
Label
Abe Lincoln : an anthology, compiled and edited by Hilah Paulmier ; illustrated by Lee Ames
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Publication
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ballad of the Lincoln Penny
  • Bess Furman
  • He makes a momentous decision
  • Honoré Willsie Morrow
  • "Get down, you fool!"
  • Bess Furman
  • "The President is the best of us"
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • "I wonder the end of the state didn't tip up"
  • Henry C. Whitney
  • A hero
  • Afred Kreymborg
  • Florence Earl Coates
  • He grieves over the death of a dearly loved friend
  • Colonel Alexander K. McClure
  • The cabinet was "a-settin'"
  • Colonel Alexader K. McClure
  • A farmer remembers Lincoln
  • Witter Bynner
  • "The fox reformed"
  • David Homer Bates
  • The doll "Jack" is pardoned
  • "I will never kill another bird"
  • Julia Taft Bayne
  • He "fixes things up" with Tad
  • Benjamin P. Thomas
  • The humility of it was infinitely touching
  • Ellery Sedgwick
  • "No, madam, you stay right where you are"
  • Emanuel Hertz
  • "Did you see a tall, dark-complexioned man ...?"
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • "You don't wear hoops, I will spare your brother
  • Mollie C. Wichester
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • "It seemed as if I had been in the habit of seeing him daily
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • "Dat's Massa Linkun"
  • I.E. Chittenden
  • Daniel Webster and the schoolmaster
  • L.E. Chittenden
  • Is it not odd that a divine message should be sent by way of Chicago?"
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • He discusses a momentous decision with his cabinet
  • The scribbler of Knob Creek
  • J.W. Schuckers
  • That will do
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • "Now dey're nobody's niggers but dere own"
  • T. Morris Longstreth
  • Uncle Ben's story of divine preparation
  • John E. Washington
  • An old colored man gives Lincoln a hearty laugh
  • John E. Washington
  • President Lincoln shakes hands with Daddy Joe
  • Ulrich Lancaster
  • Anne Colver
  • "Now we've had the greatest day of our lives"
  • Elsie Singmaster
  • "I see the President almost every day"
  • Walt Whitman
  • "I wish some one would come help me to let the hog go"
  • William E. Barton
  • President Lincoln has a narrow escape
  • Emil Ludwig
  • "What did you do with the whetsstone"
  • "Kinda sets you figgerin', lookin' at the stars"
  • Edna M. Colman
  • The Lord prefers the common-looking people /
  • James Morgan
  • He visits the colored troops at City Point
  • General Horace Porter
  • Lincoln's "leg causes"
  • Norman Hargood
  • "I treated that man shamefully"
  • Anthony Gross
  • For of such was his happiness
  • Bruce Lancaster
  • Winston Churchill --
  • "I felt safe. I trusted him"
  • Ben Ames Williams
  • "There shall be no revenge"
  • Honoré Willsie Morrow
  • Now he belongs to the ages
  • Ardyth Kennelly
  • Nobly did he fulfull his work
  • Jones Very
  • Night and day journeys a coffin
  • "God wanted to use Abe for a big purpose
  • Walt Whitman
  • The soldiers at the front learned of Lincoln's death
  • George Haven Putnam
  • Hushed by the camps to-day
  • Walt Whitman
  • "The President'll live on"
  • Bess Steeter Aldrich
  • He perished in the cause of right
  • William Cullen Bryant
  • He leads us still
  • J. Rogers Gore
  • Arthur Gutterman
  • O Captain! My Captain!
  • Walt Whitman
  • Speeches
  • One morning of February 12, 1809
  • Abe dreams of making a speech
  • J. Rogers Gore
  • Lincoln
  • Wilbur D. Nesbit
  • Young Abe preaches a sermon against cruelty
  • Mollie C. Winchester
  • He "pulls fodder" to pay for a book
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • "It ain't reasonable"
  • William E. Wilson
  • Carl Sandburg
  • "Boy, you have something in you worth having"
  • Irving Bacheller
  • "The boy picked up that air hen house and sot it down again"
  • William E. Wilson
  • He has a controversy in a mud hole
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • Lincoln
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • He wades through an icy stream to rescue a little dog
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • 1809
  • A mighty smart chap
  • Ina M. Tarbell
  • He accepts a challenge to a wrestling match
  • Benjamin P. Thomas
  • He splits rails to earn a pair of trousers
  • James Baldwin
  • He finds a set of Blackstone
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • He fed his spirit with the bread of books
  • Edwin Marham
  • Lloyd E. Budd
  • Captain Lincoln solves a problem in military tactics
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • He makes his first political speech
  • Charles Carleton Coffin
  • "You two ever goin' to bed?"
  • Kunigunde Duncan and D.F. Nickols
  • "I am moved!"
  • Charles Carleton Coffin
  • "Do you see what I see?"
  • Olive Carruthers and R. Gerald McMurtry
  • "He'll never come to much"
  • How the Lincoln house in Springfield became a two-story building/
  • Ross F. Lockbridge
  • He makes a short speech to an angry goat
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Lincoln settles a case for "Uncle Tommy"
  • Colonel Alexander K. McClure
  • "Your son will be free before sundown
  • Enid Lamont Meadowcroft
  • They got the point and Abe won the case
  • Ross F. Lockridge
  • Jess M. Weik
  • "I didn't think Abe had it in him" --
  • Winston Churchill
  • The greatest men rise from the people
  • Winston Churchill
  • Two rails have a part in a nomination
  • William Roscoe Thayer
  • "I shall provide cold water, nothing else
  • William Eleroy Curtis
  • "Well, what's he really like?"
  • Elswith Thane
  • The coming of Lincoln
  • "So help me, I believe he will try to save us"
  • Elswith Thane
  • He recieves advice from a young admirer
  • Charles Carlton Coffin
  • "Well Mother, I've been elected"
  • Anne Colver
  • The atmosphere was electric
  • Hollister Noble
  • "There is one thing likely to come out of this scrape"
  • James Morgan
  • Edwin Markham
  • "If I live, I'm coming back sometime"
  • W.H. Herndon and J.W. Wier
  • He bids farewell to his Springfield friends
  • William E. Barringer
  • "You see, Grace, I have let my whiskers grow for you
  • Charles Carleton Coffin
  • Mr. Lincoln is pale and nervous at his inauguration
  • Allen Thorndike Rice
  • He plays nurse at the inaugural ball /
  • The ghost of Abraham Lincoln
Control code
ocm00319239
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
306 pages
Lccn
52006401
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00319239
  • (OCoLC)00319239
Label
Abe Lincoln : an anthology, compiled and edited by Hilah Paulmier ; illustrated by Lee Ames
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ballad of the Lincoln Penny
  • Bess Furman
  • He makes a momentous decision
  • Honoré Willsie Morrow
  • "Get down, you fool!"
  • Bess Furman
  • "The President is the best of us"
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • "I wonder the end of the state didn't tip up"
  • Henry C. Whitney
  • A hero
  • Afred Kreymborg
  • Florence Earl Coates
  • He grieves over the death of a dearly loved friend
  • Colonel Alexander K. McClure
  • The cabinet was "a-settin'"
  • Colonel Alexader K. McClure
  • A farmer remembers Lincoln
  • Witter Bynner
  • "The fox reformed"
  • David Homer Bates
  • The doll "Jack" is pardoned
  • "I will never kill another bird"
  • Julia Taft Bayne
  • He "fixes things up" with Tad
  • Benjamin P. Thomas
  • The humility of it was infinitely touching
  • Ellery Sedgwick
  • "No, madam, you stay right where you are"
  • Emanuel Hertz
  • "Did you see a tall, dark-complexioned man ...?"
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • "You don't wear hoops, I will spare your brother
  • Mollie C. Wichester
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • "It seemed as if I had been in the habit of seeing him daily
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • "Dat's Massa Linkun"
  • I.E. Chittenden
  • Daniel Webster and the schoolmaster
  • L.E. Chittenden
  • Is it not odd that a divine message should be sent by way of Chicago?"
  • Rufus Rockwell Wilson
  • He discusses a momentous decision with his cabinet
  • The scribbler of Knob Creek
  • J.W. Schuckers
  • That will do
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • "Now dey're nobody's niggers but dere own"
  • T. Morris Longstreth
  • Uncle Ben's story of divine preparation
  • John E. Washington
  • An old colored man gives Lincoln a hearty laugh
  • John E. Washington
  • President Lincoln shakes hands with Daddy Joe
  • Ulrich Lancaster
  • Anne Colver
  • "Now we've had the greatest day of our lives"
  • Elsie Singmaster
  • "I see the President almost every day"
  • Walt Whitman
  • "I wish some one would come help me to let the hog go"
  • William E. Barton
  • President Lincoln has a narrow escape
  • Emil Ludwig
  • "What did you do with the whetsstone"
  • "Kinda sets you figgerin', lookin' at the stars"
  • Edna M. Colman
  • The Lord prefers the common-looking people /
  • James Morgan
  • He visits the colored troops at City Point
  • General Horace Porter
  • Lincoln's "leg causes"
  • Norman Hargood
  • "I treated that man shamefully"
  • Anthony Gross
  • For of such was his happiness
  • Bruce Lancaster
  • Winston Churchill --
  • "I felt safe. I trusted him"
  • Ben Ames Williams
  • "There shall be no revenge"
  • Honoré Willsie Morrow
  • Now he belongs to the ages
  • Ardyth Kennelly
  • Nobly did he fulfull his work
  • Jones Very
  • Night and day journeys a coffin
  • "God wanted to use Abe for a big purpose
  • Walt Whitman
  • The soldiers at the front learned of Lincoln's death
  • George Haven Putnam
  • Hushed by the camps to-day
  • Walt Whitman
  • "The President'll live on"
  • Bess Steeter Aldrich
  • He perished in the cause of right
  • William Cullen Bryant
  • He leads us still
  • J. Rogers Gore
  • Arthur Gutterman
  • O Captain! My Captain!
  • Walt Whitman
  • Speeches
  • One morning of February 12, 1809
  • Abe dreams of making a speech
  • J. Rogers Gore
  • Lincoln
  • Wilbur D. Nesbit
  • Young Abe preaches a sermon against cruelty
  • Mollie C. Winchester
  • He "pulls fodder" to pay for a book
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • "It ain't reasonable"
  • William E. Wilson
  • Carl Sandburg
  • "Boy, you have something in you worth having"
  • Irving Bacheller
  • "The boy picked up that air hen house and sot it down again"
  • William E. Wilson
  • He has a controversy in a mud hole
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • Lincoln
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • He wades through an icy stream to rescue a little dog
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • 1809
  • A mighty smart chap
  • Ina M. Tarbell
  • He accepts a challenge to a wrestling match
  • Benjamin P. Thomas
  • He splits rails to earn a pair of trousers
  • James Baldwin
  • He finds a set of Blackstone
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • He fed his spirit with the bread of books
  • Edwin Marham
  • Lloyd E. Budd
  • Captain Lincoln solves a problem in military tactics
  • Hilah Paulmier
  • He makes his first political speech
  • Charles Carleton Coffin
  • "You two ever goin' to bed?"
  • Kunigunde Duncan and D.F. Nickols
  • "I am moved!"
  • Charles Carleton Coffin
  • "Do you see what I see?"
  • Olive Carruthers and R. Gerald McMurtry
  • "He'll never come to much"
  • How the Lincoln house in Springfield became a two-story building/
  • Ross F. Lockbridge
  • He makes a short speech to an angry goat
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Lincoln settles a case for "Uncle Tommy"
  • Colonel Alexander K. McClure
  • "Your son will be free before sundown
  • Enid Lamont Meadowcroft
  • They got the point and Abe won the case
  • Ross F. Lockridge
  • Jess M. Weik
  • "I didn't think Abe had it in him" --
  • Winston Churchill
  • The greatest men rise from the people
  • Winston Churchill
  • Two rails have a part in a nomination
  • William Roscoe Thayer
  • "I shall provide cold water, nothing else
  • William Eleroy Curtis
  • "Well, what's he really like?"
  • Elswith Thane
  • The coming of Lincoln
  • "So help me, I believe he will try to save us"
  • Elswith Thane
  • He recieves advice from a young admirer
  • Charles Carlton Coffin
  • "Well Mother, I've been elected"
  • Anne Colver
  • The atmosphere was electric
  • Hollister Noble
  • "There is one thing likely to come out of this scrape"
  • James Morgan
  • Edwin Markham
  • "If I live, I'm coming back sometime"
  • W.H. Herndon and J.W. Wier
  • He bids farewell to his Springfield friends
  • William E. Barringer
  • "You see, Grace, I have let my whiskers grow for you
  • Charles Carleton Coffin
  • Mr. Lincoln is pale and nervous at his inauguration
  • Allen Thorndike Rice
  • He plays nurse at the inaugural ball /
  • The ghost of Abraham Lincoln
Control code
ocm00319239
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
306 pages
Lccn
52006401
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00319239
  • (OCoLC)00319239

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