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CHAPTER VI ' N March , 1837 , two years after Ann's death , Lincoln turned his
back on New Salem and rode into Springfield on a borrowed horse , to begin
what he called his ' ' experiment as a lawyer . ” He carried in his saddle - bag all
It was written in Springfield on May 7 , 1837 , and I believe it gives us a very good
idea of what he wrote to Mary Todd . Friend Mary : I have commenced two letters
to send you before this , both of which displeased me before I got half done ...
Springfield had eleven attorneys , and they couldn't all make a living there ; so
they used to ride horseback from one county - seat to another , following Judge
David Davis while he was holding court in the various places throughout the
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One of the most fascinating biographies of Abraham Lincoln. Dale tells Lincoln's story in a very lively manner; it seems that everything's happening before your eyes. The book has powerful tones of emotion, passion, vision, ambition, compassion, and wisdom running all through. It is one of the best.
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