Joseph Lincoln


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Joseph R. Fornieri. Abraham Lincoln's Political Faith. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press. 2003. Pp. 209. $38.00

Abraham Lincoln's Political Faith. By Joseph R. Fornieri. (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2003. x, 209 pp. $38.00, ISBN 0-87580-315-6.)

Owen Bradley. A Modem Maistre: The Social and Political Thought of Joseph de Maistre. (European Horizons.) Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 1999. Pp. xxi, 273. $55.00

Confederate Tide Rising: Robert E. Lee and the Making of Southern Strategy, 1861–1862. By Joseph L. Harsh. Kent: Kent State University Press and Over Lincoln's Shoulder: The Committee on the Conduct of the War. By Bruce Tap. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas

The Letters of Adam Marsh: Vol. II, ed. and tr. C.H. Lawrence, The Letters of Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln, tr. with introduction and annotation by F.A.C. Mantello and Joseph Goering

Lincoln's America, 1809–1865. Ed. by Joseph R. Fornieri and Sara Vaughn Gabbard. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2008. xiv, 242 pp. $32.95, ISBN 978-0-8093-2878-9.)

Richard S. Ewell: A Soldier's Life. By Donald C. Pfanz. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Letters of a Civil War Nurse: Cornelia Hancock, 1863–1865. Ed. by Henrietta Stratum Jaquette. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press and Freedom's Soldiers: The Black Military Experience in the Civil War. Ed. by Ira Berlin, Joseph P. Reidy, and Leslie S. Rowland. New York: Cambridge University Press


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(1870–1944), Massachusetts author, was born on Cape Cod, the setting of his many novels and short stories concerned with New England sea captains and Down East landsmen. His first book was Cape Cod Ballads (1902), but he was later known for his fiction, which includes Cap'n Eri (1904), Mr. Pratt (1906), The Postmaster (1912), Galusha the Magnificent (1921), Rugged Water (1924), Bradshaws of Harness (1943), and three novels written with his son Freeman Lincoln: Blair's Attic (1929), The Ownley Inn (1939), and The New Hope (1941).

From The Oxford Companion to American Literature in Oxford Reference.

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