Lincoln In The White House

Lincoln In The White House

Lincoln In The White House

Robert Manns

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Editorial:
iUniverse
Año de edición:
2001
ISBN:
9780595745166
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A powerful play on Lincoln’s tenure in the White House from inauguration to assignation, the period of his superb greatness. Backgrounded by the devastating civil war, it presents Mary, Grant, Seward, Lee, Meade, Stanton, common soldiery and others of the time by a playwright whose skills should make him of major interest. 3

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