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With an Introduction by Carl SandburgThis is a new edition of the pocket devotional that Lincoln carried every day of his life, after the death of his son Edward. For each day of the year there is a different passage from the scriptures, along with a section of a poem, and plentiful space for a journal entry, so that the owner can record events and thoughts. 5 x 7 1/4. 208 pp.PAGINATIONi half-titleii blankiii titleiv copyrightv-xv introductionxvi blankxvii Half-titlexviii blank1-190 entries
Abraham Lincoln carried in his pocket a spiritual book of days, titled A Believer?s Daily Treasure, which was originally published in the mid-1800s by the Religious Tract Society of London, England. There is speculation that the devotional may have been given to Lincoln by his wife Mary. Applewood's 2014 edition of the book includes an introduction by Carl Sandburg, which was first published in a 1957 edition. Said Sandburg, ?... it is new testimony that he was a man of profound faith.?
Number of Pages: 138
Genre: Religion + Beliefs
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Street Date: March 31, 2015
Item Number (DPCI): 247-03-6054
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