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Fri Mar 21 17:12:01 2014 UTClccn-n780064270.12Lincoln's Gettysburg address : a pictorial interpretation painted by James Daugherty0.320.66Changing the Lincoln image /44283463Gabor_Borittn 78006427142960Borit, Gabor Szappanos.Borit, Gabor Szappanos, 1940-Boritt, G.Boritt, G. S.Boritt, G. S. 1940-Boritt, Gabor.Boritt, Gabor 1940-Boritt, Gabor S.Boritt, Gabor S., 1940-Boritt, Gabor Szappanos.Boritt, Gabor Szappanos, 1940-Boritt Szappanos GáborSzappanos Ádámlccn-n79006779Lincoln, Abraham1809-1865lccn-n85377653Holzer, Haroldlccn-n91101437Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress)lccn-n50007860McPherson, James M.lccn-n81029401Neely, Mark E.othlccn-n50004924Sears, Stephen W.lccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n88006075Blight, David W.lccn-n88047306Forness, Norman O.edtlccn-n82221224Cuomo, Mario MatthewedtBoritt, G. S.1940-HistoryBiographyConference proceedingsExhibition, pictorial worksPortraitsArtJuvenile worksQuotationsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsUnited StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Lincoln, Abraham,United States--Confederate States of AmericaPennsylvania--GettysburgMilitary leadershipMilitary campaignsGeneralsGettysburg address (Lincoln, Abraham)United States.--ArmyPresidentsWar--CausesGettysburg, Battle of (Pennsylvania : 1863)Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)DemocracyMilitary participation--African AmericanFugitive slavesMemory--Social aspectsSlaveryAfrican Americans--Social conditionsGovernment, Resistance toSlave insurrectionsSlavery--HistoriographyPolitical scienceAfrican American leadershipReconstruction (United States : 1865-1877)World War (1939-1945)Confederate States of America.--ArmyDavis, Jefferson,Economic historyEconomic policyPortrait prints, AmericanLibertySpeechPicture books for childrenSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanEconomicsMiniature booksConsecration of cemeteriesSoldiers' National Cemetery (Gettysburg, Pa.)Oratory19401963196619681976197819841985198619871988198919901992199319941995199619971999200020012002200420052006200720082009201020132112452220973.7092E470ocn244574097ocn470245667ocn463561021ocn842682079ocn799777620ocn613644166ocn320327706ocn821617093ocn315393233ocn468465893ocn455919901221314ocn025026583book19920.29Boritt, G. SWhy the Confederacy lostHistoryFive major historians return to the battlefield to explain the South's defeat. Provocatively argued and engagingly written, this work rejects the notion that the Union victory was inevitable and shows the importance of the commanders, strategies, and victories at key moments+-+8490350465190319ocn029702303book19940.32Boritt, G. SLincoln's generalsHistoryFrom the moment the battle ended, Gettysburg was hailed as one of the greatest triumphs of the Union army. Celebrations erupted across the North as a grateful people cheered the victory. But Gabor Boritt turns our attention away from the rejoicing millions to the dark mood of the White House--where Lincoln cried in frustration as General Meade let the largest Confederate army escape safely into Virginia. Such unexpected portraits abound in Lincoln's Generals, as a team of distinguished historians probes beyond the popular anecdotes and conventional wisdom to offer a fascinating look at Lincoln+-+6050350465324174512ocn032591002book19960.33Boritt, G. SWhy the Civil War cameHistoryAnd Gabor Boritt examines the struggle's central figure, Lincoln himself, illuminating in the years leading up to the war a blindness on the future president's part, an unwillingness to confront the looming calamity that was about to smash the nation asunder. William E. Gienapp notes perhaps the most unsettling fact about the Civil War, that democratic institutions could not resolve the slavery issue without resorting to violence on an epic scale. With gripping detail, Why the Civil War Came takes readers back to a country fraught with bitterness, confusion, and hatred - a country ripe for a war of unprecedented bloodshed - to show why democracy failed, and violence reigned+-+3694250465160219ocn045308745book20010.33Boritt, G. SThe Lincoln enigma : the changing faces of an American iconHistoryBiography"In The Lincoln Enigma, Gabor Boritt invites renowned Lincoln scholars, and rising new voices, to take a look at much-debated aspects of Lincoln's life, including his possible gay relationships, his plan to send blacks back to Africa, and his controversial treatment of the Constitution." "This cast of historians - including two Pulitzer and three Lincoln Prize winners - questions our assumptions of Lincoln, and provides a new vitality to our ongoing reflections on his life and legacy."--BOOK JACKET+-+430996046515808ocn017506243book19880.25The Historian's Lincoln : pseudohistory, psychohistory, and historyConference proceedingsA collection of articles present opposing views on the former president's behavior, motives, idealogy, politics, and stereotypes+-+199015707532414477ocn071126922book20060.25Boritt, G. SThe Gettysburg gospel : the Lincoln speech that nobody knowsHistoryDescribes the events surrounding Abraham Lincoln's historic speech following the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863, how he responded to the politics of the time, and the importance of that speech+-+857337892513877ocn021232119book19900.24Lincoln, AbrahamLincoln on democracyOn cover: His own words, with essays by America's foremost Civil War historians+-+5098778735123416ocn170234825file20070.39Boritt, G. SSlavery, resistance, freedomHistoryEssays address the issue of freedom as it applies to slaves in American history, discussing how African Americans resisted slavery and what their response was to freedom during and after the Civil War+-+877756046511578ocn072566522file19950.39Boritt, G. SWar comes again comparative vistas on the Civil War and World War IIHistory* The first direct comparison of America's participation in its two most significant wars - the Civil War and World War II; A group of prominent historians provide an illuminating comparison of the two wars in a number of central areas+-+K093350465112811ocn026014528book19920.31Boritt, G. SLincoln, the war president : the Gettysburg lecturesCollection of essays on how Lincoln confronted the central issues of the Civil War era+-+164325046532497811ocn010046106book19840.31Holzer, HaroldThe Lincoln image : Abraham Lincoln and the popular printPictorial worksExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial worksNo indication from Harry Wood+-+193415707591113ocn040199910book19990.33Boritt, G. SJefferson Davis's generalsHistory"In Jefferson Davis's Generals, a team of the nation's most distinguished Civil War historians present examinations of the men who led the South through our nation's bloodiest conflict, focusing in particular on Jefferson Davis's relationships with five key generals who held independent commands: Joseph E. Johnston, Robert E. Lee, P. G. T. Beauregard, Braxton Bragg, and John Bell Hood."--BOOK JACKET+-+57157604659069ocn036126303book19970.28Boritt, G. SThe Gettysburg nobody knowsContents: The common soldier's Gettysburg campaign / Joseph T. Glatthaar -- Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain and the American dream / Glenn LaFantasie -- "Old Jack" is not here / Harry W. Pfanz -- The chances of war / Kent Gramm -- Eggs, Aldie, Shepherdstown, and J.E.B. Stuart / Emory M. Thomas -- I think the Union Army had something to do with it / Carol Reardon -- Gettysburg's Gettysburg / Matthew Gallman with Susan Baker -- The Pennsylvania gambit and the Gettysburg splash / Richard McMurry -- From turning point to peace memorial / Amy J. Kinsel+-+68775604658036ocn003707694book19780.56Boritt, G. SLincoln and the economics of the American dream+-+80991570757448ocn014966830book19870.31Neely, Mark EThe Confederate image : prints of the lost causeHistoryArtPortraits+-+67926325353244683ocn786460997book20130.12Daugherty, JamesLincoln's Gettysburg address : a pictorial interpretation painted by James DaughertyHistoryJuvenile worksA rerelease of a pictorial interpretation of the sixteenth president's famous speech introduces a new generation of readers to its enduring legacy while placing the speech against the backdrop of a crucial period in Lincoln's presidency3482ocn035145844book19960.56Lincoln, AbrahamOf the people, by the people, for the people and other quotations from Abraham LincolnQuotationsOf the People, By the People, For the People captures the best of Lincoln's thought, bringing readers closer to the quintessential man than any history or biography can. Unforgettable lines and memorable thoughts from speeches, debates, and other public statements make up this book; little-known sayings from his voluminous body of private letters, drafts, and fragments, and even some previously uncollected writings, also serve as the gateway to Lincoln's brilliance and insight. This collection also contains the full text of three of Lincoln's most celebrated speeches: the Farewell to Springfield, Illinois, his hometown; the Gettysburg Address; and the second inaugural address of 1865+-+31785668753241942ocn012775320book19840.66Holzer, HaroldChanging the Lincoln imagePortraitsPictorial works1032ocn082498983rcrd20060.15Boritt, G. SThe Gettysburg gospel [the Lincoln speech that nobody knows]History"In the Gettysburg gospel, Gabor Boritt reconstructs what really happened in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on November 19, 1863. Boritt tears away a century of myths, lies, and legends to give us a clear understanding of America's greatest speech"--Container+-+2608565596813ocn017741661book19870.53Boritt, G. SAbraham Lincoln : war opponent and war presidentHistory+-+8490350465+-+8490350465Fri Mar 21 15:41:39 EDT 2014batch20153