Abraham Lincoln in New Hampshire
In March 1860 Abraham Lincoln spent three days in New Hampshire where he made four speeches that helped propel him to the presidency. The story of Lincoln's trip was researched by Elwin L. Page and published in 1929. In this edition, published in 2009, Page's work has been updated by journalist, historian, and author Mike Pride with new information and material.
Author: Elwin L. Page; introduced and updated by Mike Pride in 2009
(Hardcover; 152 pages)