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by William Harrison Mace
Mace, William H. (William Harrison), 1852-1938.
Mace, William H. Maps on lining papers Includes: A chronology of the life of Abraham Lincoln (p. 187-191) Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-191) His "Old Kentucky home" - Frontier life in Indiana - Lincoln.
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Mace, William Harrison, 1852-1938. Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Chicago, New York Rand, McNally & Co. Collection. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
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William Harrison Mace (1912). Lincoln, the man of the people. William Harrison Mace (1904). A school history of the United States. Rand, McNally & Co. ^ William Harrison Mace and Edwin P. Tanner (1915). The story of old Europe and young America By William Harrison Mace. Rand McNally & Co. ^ William Harrison Mace (1909). Mace's History Reader. Mace's Primary History: Stories of Heroism. The Rand McNally Press.
These are men like William Henry Harrison, governor of a Northwest Territory whose land mass was as great as the rest of the time's developed United States and who sought ways to overcome Article VI of the Northwest Ordinance, which prohibited slavery. Interesting that Harrison as governor hated to see what was his "regency" eaten into by the organization of territories and states. The story of Illinois' second governor, Edward Coles, takes into its telling the attempt by Illinois' territorial government to arrive as a new state - and a new slaver state.