ABRAHAM LINCOLN: FROM THE LOG CABIN TO THE WHITE HOUSE: CAMPFIRE HEROES LINE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN: FROM THE LOG CABIN TO THE WHITE HOUSE: CAMPFIRE HEROES LINE

Editorial:
CAMPFIRE
Materia
Cómics
ISBN:
978-93-80741-21-5
Páginas:
105
Encuadernación:
Rústica
Disponibilidad:
Disponibilidad inmediata

One of the most courageous and esteemed presidents of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln is known mainly for abolishing slavery and his leadership during the Civil War. He grew up in a single-room log cabin on the Sinking Spring Farm in Hardin County, Kenrucky. His mother died when he was nine, and his relationship with his father was often strained. He had an insatiable desire to learn, which his stepmother nutured by encouraging young Abe to read. Though he had only a year of formal education, he could read any book he got his hands on. Lincoln was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836, and later became a congressman for the same state. He served as president from March 1861 until his assasination at the hands of John Wilkes Booth in 1864. This book tells the story of a young boy who grew up to become one of the most important leaders in American history.

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