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by Jacob Abbott

Download History of Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry VI of England: Makers of History eBook
ISBN:
1605207853
Author:
Jacob Abbott
Category:
Historical
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cosimo Classics (October 1, 2009)
Pages:
318 pages
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History of Margaret of A. .has been added to your Cart. However, for anyone who loves the wars of the roses and Margaret of Anjou, this is a lovely addition and it's interesting to read history as it was written in the 19th century. One person found this helpful.

History of Margaret of A.

Naturally, since then more accurate information has come to light

Like Agnes Strickland's Queens of England, Abbott's history is outdated given all the new information and .

For instance, there is now irrefutable evidence that Margaret was in Anjou from the years 1434-1442 with her grandmother, Yolande of Aragon. There are many other instances of this throughout the book.

Margaret, of Anjou, Queen, consort of Henry VI, King of England, 1430-1482, Queens, genealogy.

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The story of Margaret of Anjou forms a part of the history of England, for the lady, though of Continental origin, was the queen of one of the English kings, and England was the scene of her most remarkable adventures and exploits. She lived in very stormy times.

Margaret of Anjou, Queen, consort of Henry VI, King of England (1430-1482). M3 A2. The Physical Object. 316 p. : Number of pages.

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Abraham Lincoln raved that this series of historical biographies gave him "just that knowledge of past men and events which I need. I have read them with the greatest interest. To them I am indebted for about all the historical knowledge I have." Considered what we would now call "young adult" literature, this collection, first published between 1848 and 1871, was designed to present a clear, distinct, connected narrative of the lives of the great figures of world history, those people who have been most influential, at least as American author and educator JACOB ABBOTT (1803-1879) saw it from his 19th-century perspective. Wildly popular and republished many times under different collected names, this replica set mimics the 1904 reprint known as the "Makers of History" series. It will delight students of history as well as show the scholar how history telling has changed over the last few centuries. More than 30 other volumes in the series are also available from Cosimo Classics. This volume, dating from 1861, covers Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482)-the wife of King Henry VI of England and an influential figure in that nation's War of the Roses-from her courtship with the king to the plots and schemes of her reign and her eventual exile, and more.