Lincoln on race & slavery / edited and introduced by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. ; coedited by Donald Yacovone

Author(s): Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
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Subjects: Slavery--United States--History--19th century--Sources
Slaves--Emancipation--United States--Sources
United States--Race relations--History--19th century--Sources
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Views on slavery
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Political and social views
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Relations with African Americans
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2009
LC Classification: E
Physical Description: lxviii, 343 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Table of Contents: List of Illustrations
Abraham Lincoln on Race and Slavery / Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
1. Protest in Illinois Legislature on Slavery: March 3, 1837 1
2. Address Before the Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois: January 27, 1838 3
3. A.L.to Mary Speed: September 27, 1841 9
4. Temperance Address: February 22, 1842 11
5. A.L. to Williamson Durley: October 3, 1845 16
6. A.L. to Josephus Hewett: February 13, 1848 20
7. Speech at Worcester, Massachusetts: September 12, 1848 23
8. Remarks and Resolution Introduced in United States House of Representatives Concerning Abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbia: January 10, 1849 26
9. Eulogy on Henry Clay & January 4, 1855, Outline for Speech to the Colonization Society: July 6, 1852 31
10. Hon. A. Lincoln's Address, Before the Springfield Scott Club, in Reply to Judge Douglas' Richmond Speech: August 14 and 26, 1852 43
11. Fragments on Slavery: July 1, 1854 48
12. Speech at Bloomington, Illinois: September 12, 1854 51
13. Speech at Peoria, Illinois: October 16, 1854 56
14. A.L. to Ichabod Codding: November 27, 1854 69
15. A.L. to Owen Lovejoy: August 11, 1855 71
16. A.L. to George Robertson: August 15, 1855 73
17. A.L. to Joshua F. Speed: August 24, 1855 77
18. Speech at Kalamazoo, Michigan: August 27, 1856 84
19. A.L. to Newton Deming and George P. Strong: May 25, 1857 90
20. Speech at Springfield, Illinois: June 26, 1857 92
21. A House Divided, Speech at Springfield, Illinois: June 16, 1858 103
22. A.L. to John L. Scripps: June 23, 1858 107
23. Fragment on the Struggle Against Slavery: July, 1858 109
24. Speech at Chicago, Illinois: July 10, 1858 111
25. Speech at Springfield, Illinois: July 17, 1858 119
26. Speech at Lewistown, Illinois: August 17, 1858 124
27. First Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Ottawa, Illinois: August 21, 1858 127
28. Second Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Freeport, Illinois: August 27, 1858 137
29. Speech at Carlinville, Illinois: August 31, 1858 143
30. Speech at Clinton, Illinois: September 2, 1858 149
31. Speech at Edwardsville, Illinois: September 11, 1858 152
32. Fourth Debate with Stephen A. Douglas: September 18, 1858 156
33. Fragment on Pro-slavery Theology: October 1, 1858? 160
34. Seventh and Last Debate with Stephen A. Douglas at Alton, Illinois, & October 18, 1858, A.L. to James N. Brown: October 15, 1858 163
35. A.L. to Salmon P. Chase: June 9, 1859 174
36. Speech at Columbus, Ohio: September 16, 1859 177
37. Speech at Cincinnati, Ohio: September 17, 1859 187
38. Fragment on Free Labor: September 17, 1859 191
39. Address at the Cooper Institute, New York City: February 27, 1860 193
40. Speech at Hartford, Connecticut: March 5, 1860 202
41. A.L. to John A. Gilmer: December 15, 1860 210
42. First Inaugural Address: March 4, 1861 214
43. A.L. to Orville H. Browning: September 22, 1861 218
44. Message to Congress: March 6, 1862 222
45. A.L. to James A. McDougall: March 14, 1862 225
46. A.L. to Horace Greeley & April 16, 1862, Message to Congress: March 24, 1862 228
47. Appeal to Border State Representatives to Favor Compensated Emancipation: July 12, 1862 231
48. Address on Colonization to a Deputation of Negroes: August 14, 1862 235
49. A.L. to Horace Greeley: August 22, 1862 242
50. Reply to Emancipation Memorial Presented by Chicago Christians of All Denominations: September 13, 1862 245
51. Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation: September 22, 1862 250
52. Annual Message to Congress: December 1, 1862 255
53. Emancipation Proclamation: January 1, 1863 265
54. A.L. to Andrew Johnson: March 26, 1863 270
55. Resolution on Slavery: April 15, 1863 272
56. A.L. to John M. Schofield: June 22, 1863 274
57. Order of Retaliation: July 30, 1863 276
58. A.L. to Nathaniel P. Banks: August 5, 1863 279
59. A.L. to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant: August 9, 1863 282
60. A.L. to James C. Conkling: August 26, 1863 284
61. Fragment: August 26, 1863 290
62. Annual Message to Congress: December 8, 1863 292
63. Reply to New York Workingmen's Democratic Republican Association: March 21, 1864 295
64. A.L. to Albert G. Hodges: April 4, 1864 298
65. A.L. to Edwin M. Stanton: May 17, 1864 302
66. Interview with Alexander W. Randall and Joseph T. Mills: August 18, 1864 305
67. Resolution Submitting the Thirteenth Amendment to the States: February 1, 1865 308
68. Second Inaugural Address: March 4, 1865 310
69. Speech to One Hundred Fortieth Indiana Regiment: March 17, 1865 313
70. Last Public Address: April 11, 1865 316
App. Lincoln, Race, and Humor 321
Index 329
Alternate Titles: Lincoln on race and slavery
Additional Authors: Gates, Henry Louis
Yacovone, Donald
Notes: LCCN: 2008049960
ISBN: 0691142343 (hardcover : alk. paper)
ISBN: 9780691142340 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Includes bibliographical references and index
OCLC Number: 273825881
ISBN/ISSN: 0691142343
9780691142340