She could be the lighthouse that guides him out of the ever encroaching sea of chaos – if only they can allow love and trust to overcome their prideful hearts. Readers will pick up right where they left off in Matthew and Annabelle's adventure from Leveraging Lincoln (The Liberator Series Book One) in this exciting second installment. Jump in as the plot thickens, and see what happens when our displaced Southern Belle and the rogue captain must now face the secrets they've been hiding in their hearts... Displaced, rejected, forsaken… Annabelle finds herself pulled farther from home and ever closer to the malicious repercussions of war. Elmira prison is filled beyond its capacity, and starving men are left shivering in threadbare clothing beneath paltry shelters. Among the thousands of captured and hopeless Confederates, she searches to find the one man who could be the key to saving her inheritance. Wounded, desperate, defeated… Matthew yearns for peace away from Washington. Yet, he can never seem to escape his ties to a frantic madman seeking vengeance. Lurking in the shadows at every turn, the cycle of retribution continually brings yet another danger, and Matthew will do everything in his power to protect the woman he loves – even if it means keeping her from the truth. Part two of three in The Liberator Series, a trilogy of full length novels following the adventures and romance of Annabelle Ross and Matthew Daniels as they play a part in the dramatic conclusion of Abraham Lincoln's life. Book One: Leveraging Lincoln Book Two: Losing Lincoln Book Three: Labeling Lincoln Don't miss these other titles from Bestselling Christian Historical author Stephenia H. McGeeIronwood Plantation Family Saga The Whistle Walk Heir of Hope The Liberator Series Leveraging Lincoln Losing Lincoln Labeling Lincoln Stand Alone Titles In His Eyes Eternity Between Us Novellas The Heart of Home Her Place in Time
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban AffairsPublish On: 1989
Lincoln ' s post - purchase monitoring of Lear was no better than its prepurchase
analysis . The file reflects ao reaction when Lear posted a loss in the second
quarter of 1985 , no reaction to a loss in the third quarter , no reaction co the loss
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs
Complete Works, Comprising His Speeches, Letters, State Papers, and
Miscellaneous Writings Abraham Lincoln John George Nicolay, John Hay. losing
the whole Union cause . The bad effect upon the November election , and
especially the ...
If I care about the vote of the abolitionists, I must do it,” Lincoln said. “And you
must also win the trial, Lincoln, or you will not only make yourself no friends, you
will look weak. No lawyer is ever really forgiven for losing.” Lincoln tossed the
Author: Charles Rosenberg
An inventive historical thriller that reimagines the tumultuous presidential election of 1860, capturing the people desperately trying to hold the nation together—and those trying to crack it apart. Abby Kelley Foster arrived in Springfield, Illinois, with the fate of the nation on her mind. Her fame as an abolitionist speaker had spread west and she knew that her first speech in the city would make headlines. One of the residents reading those headlines would be none other than the likely next president of the United States. Abraham Lincoln, lawyer and presidential candidate, knew his chances of winning were good. All he had to do was stay above the fray of the slavery debate and appear the voice of reason until the people cast their votes. The last thing he needed was a fiery abolitionist appearing in town. When her speech sparks violence, leading to her arrest and a high-profile trial, he suspects that his political rivals have conspired against him. President James Buchanan is one such rival. As his term ends and his political power crumbles, he gathers his advisers at the White House to make one last move that might derail Lincoln’s campaign, steal the election and throw America into chaos. A fascinating historical novel and fast-paced political thriller of a nation on the cusp of civil war, The Day Lincoln Lost offers an unexpected window into one of the most consequential elections in our country’s history.
Author: Stati Uniti d'America : Department of statePublish On: 1866
The North has suffered an immense loss of power . 2. The prospect of peace has
been weakened , if not materially , still perceptibly ; but ( 3 ) the triumph of the
great cause itself is as secure as ever . 1. The north has lost in Mr. Lincoln an ...
Author: Stati Uniti d'America : Department of state
Author: United States Lincoln Sesquincentennial CommissionPublish On: 1960
Lincoln loses appeal in Hawks v . Landes when court affirms decision of McLean
Circuit Court . Ibid .; 8 Ill . 227 . FEBRUARY 3. Lincoln concludes for appellant in
Garrett v . Stevenson et al . ( SC ) . Record . FEBRUARY 4. Lincoln for appellant ...
Author: United States Lincoln Sesquincentennial Commission
... heavy attack of the enemy on the supply trains; the loss of the regiment in that
action being as follows: Commissioned officers killed, 6; wounded, ... Hospital
Steward Joshua W. Presley, Hermon, Principal Musician, Fred A. Edwards, Lincoln.
Lincoln had recruited , and was now in the field with about five thousand men ,
preparing to recover lost Georgia , by ... the danger of losing Savannah did not
deter that active general from his attempts upon Charleston , Lincoln hastened to
Such a man is the necessity of every revolution , and has lost Mr. Lincoln . It has lost him , too , in the only way in losing him the Union has lost the strongest link in
its in which his death could by possibility have neutralized momentary ...
A weekly review of politics, literature, theology, and art.
A Memorial Varnum Lincoln. him from church , from the literary class , from the
Sunday - school ! How the superintendent and teachers and members of his
class will miss him ! And oh what a loss , above and beyond all these things , is
he to ...
Well , ” replied Mr . Lincoln , “ that ' s no reason why he should be dismissed .
Andrews has just as good a right to ... The Union troops in that engagement were
surprised and driven , losing many prisoners and several cannon in the mornOct
In the days immediately following the assassination a number of newspapers ,
both Northern and Southern , editorialized on the theme that , in losing Lincoln ,
the South had lost a friend . The New York Evening Post , for one , observed : “
Author: Richard Nelson Current
Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press
Eleven lectures discuss Lincoln's relationship with Daniel Webster and Thadeus Stevens, biases in Lincoln scholarship, Lincoln's handling of the Civil War, and his influence on later presidents
On the 30th of April , General Grant landed his forces at Bruinsburg , sixty - five
miles below Vicksburg , and immediately advanced upon Port Gibson , where he
was opposed by the rebel General Bowen , who was defeated , with a loss in ...
All this was lost on Captain Truck , who proceeded con amore , “ One of the first
things that I ask concerning my passengers is , is he married ? when the answer
is ' no , ' I set him down as a good companion in a gale like this , or as one who ...
First Congregational Church , Oak Park , III . , 186 " First Reading of the
Emancipation Pro clamation before the Cabinet , The " ( painting of Lincoln ) ,
355 " First Republican National Convention , The ” ( Julian ) , 359 Fish , Hamilton
, on ...
In treating an unhappy era in American politics one does not make Lincoln a
lesser man by recalling that he was no ... In all such matters we are in danger of losing Lincoln's solid significance if we fail to lift the discussion above the level of
He felt if he stopped paying , he ' d lose all his friends . ... For Andrew , losing Lincoln meant losing a lifestyle and a part - time piggybank . ... In July 1995 , two
months after Lincoln ' s death , Andrew moved into Norman ' s condo in La Jolla .
Author: Maureen Orth
Category: True Crime
A journalist who covered the failed manhunt for Andrew Cunanan pieces together the story of the killing spree that ended with the murder of fashion mogul Gianni Versace. Reprint.
It was the old sad story of fluctuating hopes and fears that moved inexorably to
despair which Robert ' s parents had lived through in the loss of their sons . A
physician in the nineteen forties has said that Jack Lincoln had septicemia and
Author: Ruth Painter Randall
Category: Children of presidents
An account of Lincoln's family life, including biographies of all four of his sons - Eddie, Willie, Tad, and Robert.
Puzzled at Mitsuo ' s smile , Lincoln watched him hurry away , geta ringing on the
stone walk . Lincon shrugged his shoulders as he entered the driveway with a
fistful of yen , his monthly dues . On his way down the driveway , Lincoln stopped
Author: Sandra Stotsky
Why do American students' reading and writing test scores continue to decline? Why does the achievement gap continue to grow between minority and other students? Poor teacher training, large class size, small budgets and other such answers have been proposed for these vexing questions. But Sandra Stotsky argues that it is the incorporation of a multicultural agenda into basal readers, the primary tool for teaching reading in elementary schools, that has stunted our children's ability to read. In "Losing Our Language," Stotsky shows how basal readers have been systematically "dumbed down" in an effort to raise minority students' "self esteem." While elementary readers of the past featured excerpts from classic stories such as "Arabian Nights" and "Robinson Crusoe," with a complex vocabulary and sentence structure able to challenge the imagination and build reading skills, today's basal readers present students with politically and ethnically correct stories whose language is virtually foreign and unable to engage students. Drawing words from Swahili, Spanglish and other trendy dialects to teach students with a shrinking English vocabularly is a symptom of this intellectual and cultural disorder. Sandra Stotsky reminds us that how successfully we teach reading is no mere academic matter. Literacy--cultural and verbal--gives all students, but particularly those from poor or minority backgrounds, personal independence and achievement and the ability to participate fully in our civic life.