There I Grew Up : Remembering Abraham Lincoln's Indiana Youth

ISBN-10: 0871952637

ISBN-13: 9780871952639

Edition: 2008

Authors: William E. Bartelt

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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298

Forewordp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
Abraham Lincoln Remembers Indiana
"There I grew up": Lincoln's Indiana in Contextp. 1
"The old homestead in Indiana": The Statement for John L. Scrippsp. 9
"My childhood's home I see again": Lincoln's Poetry about Indianap. 43
The Lincoln Family Remembers Indiana
"The inner life of Mr. L.": William Henry Herndon Collects the Memoriesp. 59
"He was the best boy I ever saw": Sarah (Sally) Bush Johnston Lincolnp. 63
"He loved us all": Matilda Johnston Hall Moorep. 73
"[I] knew him intimately and well": Dennis Friend Hanksp. 77
The Neighbors Remember Lincoln in Indiana
"Old friends of my boyhood": The Little Pigeon Creek Communityp. 101
"The man soared above us": Nathaniel Grigsbyp. 115
"Could I only whisper in her Ear-'Your Son was Presdt'": William Henry Herndon Visits the Sitesp. 127
"A boy of Extraordinary mind": David Turnhamp. 141
"Abe was always a man though a boy": William Woodp. 153
"Said that he would be Presidt of the US": Elizabeth Crawfordp. 159
"I hit him with an Ear of Corn": Green B. Taylorp. 171
"Learned boy among us unlearned folks": Anna Caroline Roby Gentryp. 177
"I want a history written that is all true": Memories and Interpretations after Herndonp. 181
Appendixp. 193
Abraham Lincoln in Indiana Chronologyp. 195
Notesp. 201
Selected Bibliographyp. 219
Indexp. 227
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