By Mary Pope Osborne
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When Jack and Annie received again from their experience in Magic Tree condo #47: Abe Lincoln at Last!, they'd plenty of questions. What used to be it prefer to develop up in a log cabin? How did Lincoln turn into president? What used to be his kinfolk like? Why did the USA struggle the Civil conflict? discover the solutions to those questions and extra as Jack and Annie song the proof. choked with updated details, photographs, illustrations, and enjoyable tidbits from Jack and Annie, the Magic Tree apartment truth Trackers are the fitting approach for children to determine extra concerning the subject matters they found of their favourite Magic Tree condominium adventures. And lecturers can use truth Trackers along their Magic Tree condominium fiction partners to satisfy universal middle textual content pairing needs.
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A year later, the Lincolns had Sarah. When their son was born two years later, they named him Abraham, after his grandfather. Nancy’s cousin, Dennis Hanks, was only nine when he first visited the new baby. Later he said that Abraham was the smallest, most “cryin’est” baby he had ever seen. Dennis told Nancy that he didn’t think Abraham would ever be worth much. He couldn’t have known that someday this tiny, weak infant would become one of the greatest presidents in the history of the United States.
In spite of this, people called him the Little Giant because of his large head, broad shoulders, and booming voice. Abraham and Stephen Douglas still disagreed about slavery. Stephen Douglas was firm that new states and territories should decide for themselves whether to allow slavery. Abraham’s opinion was that states with slaves could keep them. But he felt strongly that new states and territories should be free. Abraham and Stephen Douglas decided to hold public debates to argue their different views.
Dennis said that hearing Abraham cut trees was like listening to three men working at once. At Fourth of July picnics, Abraham won wrestling contests with ease. He could lift heavy barrels and once picked up an entire chicken coop! Leaving Home Abraham often chopped wood and built fences for people. When he was nineteen, he and two friends took farm produce and animals down the Mississippi River to New Orleans on a flatboat. When the job was over, Abraham gave his father all the money he’d earned for three months of work.
Abraham Lincoln. A Nonfiction Companion to Magic Tree House #47: Abe Lincoln at Last! by Mary Pope Osborne
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