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Lyceum Address By Abraham Lincoln's

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Transcript of Lyceum Address By Abraham Lincoln's

The Perpetuation of
Our Political Institutions By Abraham Lincoln Lyceum Address What I learned Intent Summary Summary Lincoln America the Story of Us: Lincoln About Lincoln About Lincoln Abraham Lincoln
our 16th president Born: Feb. 12, 1809 in Kentucky
Died: April 15, 1865
Spouse: Mary Todd Lincoln
Children: Robert Todd, Edward Baker, William Wallace, and Thomas Lincoln Was our first republican president
Lincoln had a dream one week before his death Was 28 years old
Gave speech on January 27, 1838
Had just moved to Springfield, Illinois Our founding fathers and ancestors accomplished their goal.
"As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide."
Mississippi and St. Louis were the worst mob committed crimes in Lincoln's eyes.
"and in numbers almost sufficient, to rival the native spanish moss of the country, as a drapery of the forest."
a man dragged chained and burned to death. Even thought the mobs kill guilty men they can make mistakes.
Good people will get hurt if gov. doesn't act.
We swear to abide by the laws even the bad ones or we dishonor our ancestors.
We were an experiment.
Someone will come an try to rule his own way. Audience: Young Men's Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois or Patriots.

Lincoln gave this speech to inform about mobs and to inform us of the dangers that come with the mobs. Lincoln's original goal was to save the union not end slavery.

Lincoln believed we should honor our founding fathers. "The Perpetuation of our Political Institutions" was one of Lincoln's earliest writings.

Lincoln really wrote all of his speeches he gave though out his whole life. Abraham Lincoln is the one president that everyone agrees was great.

Yes, i would recommend that people should read this speech. Lincoln's Political Speech 1861-1865 Summary He will seem harmless but will bring us down.
We stood united once and kept jealousy and envy hidden.
Generation has passed who fought in the war.
We must take their place and become the best we can.
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