Lincoln Through The Lens

Lincoln Through The Lens

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He was born in the backwoods of Kentucky in a humble log cabin, but Abraham Lincoln was savvy enough to embrace the new technology of his time - photography - to propel him all the way to the White House. This simple man with lofty goals was willing to use any means necessary, including the power of photography, to save the union and free the slaves - leaving behind an unmatched legacy of sacrifice, service, and achievement. More than one hundred images of Lincoln’s life and times provide a complete portrait of this revered president and the events that defined him. From the only confirmed existing picture of Lincoln before the historic Gettysburg Address to his second inauguration - where he is unknowingly surrounded by John Wilkes Booth and his coconspirators - to the execution of his murderers, this eye-opening, inspiring visual journey provides a fresh take on one of the most documented and beloved figures in American history.

ISBN: 9780802796660

Published Date: January 1, 2008

Publisher: Walker & Company

Language: English

Page Count: 97

Size: 10.86" l x 10.76" w x 0.56" h

Age Classification: 12+