Noted Historian and Author Lewis E. Lehrman Releases New Book Chronicling Abraham Lincoln’s Life

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Lewis E. Lehrman, co-founder of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and founder of The Lincoln Institute has released Lincoln “by littles,” a collection of short articles about key moments in the life of Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln "by littles"

Lincoln "by littles"

Lincoln “by littles,” by Lewis E. Lehrman, is a collection of short articles and essays written about Abraham Lincoln.

Lewis E. Lehrman, co-founder of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and founder of The Lincoln Institute has released Lincoln “by littles,” a collection of short articles about key moments in the history of Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln “by littles,” by Lewis E. Lehrman, is a collection of short articles and essays written about Abraham Lincoln. Lehrman uses concise snippets about various points in Lincoln’s life to give readers a better understanding of the events that shaped him and led him from his poor country upbringing to President of the United States. The format allows readers to experience Lincoln’s life a little at a time..

The book consists of previously published pieces separated into eleven themes including Lincoln’s experiences during the Civil War and Lincoln’s perspective on the Founders. Photos and cartoons from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History collection, as well as other sources, are included to give perspective and add context to the writing.

Lincoln “by littles” is now available on Amazon for $9.95 and on Amazon Kindle for $2.99. It is also available for direct purchase through The Lehrman Institute Store. For more information, visit http://www.tlibooks.org/lincoln-by-littles.

About Lewis E. Lehrman
Lewis E. Lehrman is a historian who has founded several organizations devoted to research and the collection of important historical artifacts. He is a co-founder of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, a non-profit devoted to the improvement of history education. He is also the founder of The Lincoln Institute, which concentrates on the study of Abraham Lincoln’s life. He previously authored Lincoln at Peoria: The Turning Point (2008).

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