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Janet Anderson 14 October 2013
Transcript of Lincoln
Union soldiers hold down the balloon while Lowe stands in the basket writing a report.
A messenger on horseback waits to take the dispatch to headquarters.
General George B. McClellan
King Mongut and his heir
General Robert E. Lee
Meditation on Divine Will
September 2, 1862
Letter to Fanny McCullough
December 23, 1862
"'Masterly Inactivity' - Six Months on the Potomac," cartoon, February 1, 1862
Emancipation Proclamation [California printing, Cheesman copy], January 1, 1863  (Gilder Lehrman Collection)
President Lincoln visits General
McClellan after the Battle of Antietam
First page of King Mongut’s
letter to President Buchanan.
The White House, 1862
Mary Todd Lincoln
Tad and Abraham Lincoln.