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women Abraham Lincoln loved
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This essay, The Women Lincoln Loved, illustrates the strong influences that four remarkable women made in the important process of molding the character of young Abraham Lincoln.

"All four of these women share in and are a part of Lincoln's greatness. They were the most powerful influences in the molding and shaping of the man and his career. Their valuation of life and their aspirations were the secret and noble forces that guided his heart and mind... Out of them was born a great and tender spirit with 'malice toward none, charity for all.'"

To read an article about Lincoln's sense of humor, click here.


The Women Lincoln Loved  (McCall's Magazine, 1920)

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