An Abraham Lincoln Tribute Featuring Woodcuts by Charles Turzak

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-01-26
  • Publisher: Dover Publications

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Chronicling the Great Emancipator's path from obscurity to immortality, this reprint of a remarkable graphic art book commemorates the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth. Thirty-six striking woodcut images, each accompanied by a brief caption, illustrate this handsome hardcover volume. In addition to a new preface and introduction, this edition includes an appendix with several of Lincoln's famous speeches, letters, and quotations.

Author Biography

A graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, Charles Turzak worked for a variety of New Deal programs during the Depression, including a WPA-sponsored woodcut series, The History of Illinois. For his graphic art biography of Lincoln, Turzak cut the woodblocks and printed pages in full view of the public at the 1933 Century of Progress Chicago World's Fair.

Table of Contents

"Let us have faith ..."
Birth Cabin in the Woods
The Lincoln Family
A Simple Beginning
Moving to Indiana
Grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln
Indiana Home
Splitting Rails
Borrowing a Book
Moving to Illinois
Abe at Twenty-one
Down the Mississippi
Slaves in New Orleans
Berry-Lincoln Store
Honest Abe
Lincoln Wrestling Jack Armstrong
Abe and Ann
Ann Rutledge's Grave
The Dual Personality
Lincoln the Lawyer
Making the Circuit
Pleading the Case
Mary Todd and Lincoln
Slavery or Freedom
The Debate
Loyalty to a Principle
"Providence brought me the leadership of this country"
A Prayer for Unity
Four Dark and Deliberate Years
The Gettysburg Address
At the Theatre
The Assassination
"And now he belongs to the ages"
Supplementary Letters and Speeches

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