Under His Hat | Discovering Lincoln's Story From Primary Sources
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Personal Lincoln
Learning about Mr. Lincoln requires more than looking at objects he owned or touched, or reading his printed speeches or official government documents. The closest that any of us can come to having a conversation with the 16th President is to read his personal, political, and professional thinking, in his own hand. Here is a collection of Lincoln letters that touch on different aspects of his life.
> To Mary Lincoln > Mary Lincoln's Reply
> Notes for the Debate > To Joshua F. Speed
> To William Kellogg > To Edwin M. Stanton
> Governor Yates to Secretary of War Stanton > To Mary Lincoln Regarding Tad's Room
> To Ulysses S. Grant