2 edition of Sarah and Abe in Indiana. found in the catalog.
Sarah and Abe in Indiana.
An account of the childhood and teen-age years of Sarah and Abe Lincoln in Indiana. Includes detailed descriptions of the pioneer way of life.
Illustrated by L. Ostendorf.
|Contributions||Ostendorf, Lloyd, illus.|
|LC Classifications||E457.32 .B18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||73099295|
His stock of books was small, but they were the right kind—the Bible, "The Pilgrim's Progress," Æsop's Fables, "Robinson Crusoe," a history of the United States, and the Statutes of Indiana. This last was a strange book for a boy to read, but Abe pored over it as eagerly as a lad to-day might read "The Three Guardsmen," or "The Hound of the. Spice Valley Township, Lawrence County, Indiana, Enumeration of School Children and Enumeration of Males Over Age 21 Taylor Families and Descendants.
Brian Dirck, Lincoln in Indiana, 1st ed., Signed on Bookplate. Abraham Lincoln, born in Kentucky in , moved with his parents, Thomas and Nancy Lincoln, and his older sister, Sarah, to the Pigeon Creek area of southern Indiana in Indiana. Moonlight falls through the dense woods that surround a one-room cabin, where a nine-year-old Abraham Lincoln kneels at his suffering mother's bedside. Abe and Sarah stuck close to their mother, helping her keep the compresses wet and the bedding clean, and praying with her for a miraculous recovery that they all knew, deep down 4/4(K).
The book does seem well researched, and does include considerable information from Abe's early years. However, I found the author's tendency to pluck the subject from an environment that could be considered typical for many from his, Abe's, time and offer a conclusion as to future psychological development, made this seem like more of a. William E. Bartelt is a writer and educator in the city of Evansville. He serves as an adjunct instructor of U.S. history for the University of Southern Indiana and as the social studies chairman of Harrison High School, is the history committee chairman of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science and is also the historian for Trinity United Methodist Church.
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The author, William Bartelt, a retired high school teacher and adjunct university instructor, is one of the foremost experts on Lincoln's Indiana years, having also served in various capacities at Lincoln's Boyhood National Memorial and other Abraham Lincoln organizations/5(5). Virtually nothing is known about Sarah Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's older sister.
This novel follows the few known facts of the Lincoln family's early life, starting with the Lincolns' move from Kentucky to Indiana when Sarah was nine through their years living in a log cabin, the death of Sarah and Abe's mother when Sarah was eleven and Sarah's new responsibilities as woman of the cabin Book Edition: Reprint.
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Sarah, Abe’s older sister died at an early age during childbirth at a nearby. Abe's First Toy --School-butter --Grandfather and the Indians --Sarah and Abe Go Fishing --Forest Adventures --Abe Learns by Watching --Thank Honey --the New Home in Indiana --Changes in the Family --a Busy All-Around Boy --The Preacher Comes --Abe Thinks of Others --A Spelling Match --JOHNNY APPLESEED --How Neighbors Helped --Moving to.
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Works at Forever Ursuline Academy (New Orleans, Louisiana) Administrative Office Assistant at City of Independence, MO, Government. Bournemouth University. Warren Central High School. Sarah filled the enormous void in Lincoln’s life after the loss of his biological mother.
Although likely illiterate herself, she furthered Nancy’s work in cultivating Abe’s reading. Uncle Falk and his wife Sarah Feyga provided parental support to Abe at times in his youth. Falk Hollandersky's wife Sarah and Abe's mother Celia were sisters, daughters of assistant Rabbi Mowza (Moses) Finkielsztejn (born c.
The two sisters in turn Weight(s): Welterweight. An Indiana Christmas is a curl-up book you'll savor year after year." (Margaret McMullan, author of Where the Angels Lived) " An Indiana Christmas is more than just a nostalgic parade of the old Hoosier masters—the clever plotting of Meredith Nicholson, the homey sweetness of Gene Stratton Porter or Jessamyn West, George Ade's hilarious.
Drawing of a young Abraham Lincoln reading by the fireplace in their Indiana cabin. Lloyd Ostendorf. In the fall ofThomas and Nancy Lincoln packed their belongings and their two children, Sarah, 9, and Abraham, 7, and left their Kentucky home bound for the new frontier of southern Indiana.
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is a United States Presidential Memorial, a National Historic Landmark District in present-day Lincoln City, preserves the farm site where Abraham Lincoln lived with his family from to During that time, he grew from a 7-year-old boy to a year-old man. His mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, and at least 27 other settlers were buried here in Location: INLincoln City, Indiana, United States.
Virtually nothing is known about Sarah Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's older sister. This novel follows the few known facts of the Lincoln family's early life, starting with the Lincolns' move from Kentucky to Indiana when Sarah was nine through their years living in a log cabin, the death of Sarah and Abe's mother when Sarah was eleven and Sarah's new responsibilities as woman of the cabin /5(5).
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A year later, Thomas Lincoln married the widow Sarah Bush Johnson and brought his new wife and her three children to the home on Little Pigeon Creek.
Sarah Lincoln proved to be a kind and loving stepmother, making the two families into one. She brought. Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky, on February 12th, The son of Thomas Lincoln, a frontiersman whose own father had been killed by Native Americans, the years leading up to Abraham's adulthood were marred by poverty.
as a recognition of Lincoln’s th birthday in In JuneIndiana’s first outdoor drama, “Young Abe Lincoln,” opened in the $million, seat amphitheatre in Lincoln State Park. Billy Ed Wheeler’s drama highlighted Lincoln’s life during the 14 years he spent growing up in southern Indiana ().Book:Public Art in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. WARNING! The in-house PDF Sarah T. Bolton (relief) Sherman Minton (bust) Spirit of Indiana Young Abe Lincoln (Rubins) Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis.Historians see Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, as one of the country’s greatest leaders.
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