Abraham Lincoln. A Nonfiction Companion to Magic Tree House by Mary Pope Osborne

By Mary Pope Osborne

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When Jack and Annie obtained again from their event in Magic Tree condo #47: Abe Lincoln at Last!, that they had plenty of questions. What used to be it prefer to develop up in a log cabin? How did Lincoln develop into president? What used to be his relatives like? Why did the USA struggle the Civil conflict? discover the solutions to those questions and extra as Jack and Annie music the evidence. choked with up to date info, pictures, illustrations, and enjoyable tidbits from Jack and Annie, the Magic Tree apartment truth Trackers are the suitable approach for children to determine extra concerning the themes they found of their favourite Magic Tree condominium adventures. And lecturers can use truth Trackers along their Magic Tree residence fiction partners to fulfill universal middle textual content pairing needs.

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Like his father, Abraham became a skilled storyteller and mimic. People loved to listen to him as he spun his tales. This skill came in very handy when he grew up and made speeches. Off to Indiana When Abraham was seven, Thomas decided to make a fresh start somewhere else. Problems had arisen about the ownership of his property. Thomas left to scout out land in the new state of Indiana. It was fall, and the winds were beginning to whip. A bad winter was coming. When Tom got back, the family packed up.

Some said she was brilliant. Ann even had plans to go to college, which was rare for a woman then. Ann and Abraham became close friends. Even though Ann was engaged to another man, some people thought that she might someday marry Abraham instead. In the summer of 1835, Ann was twenty-two. A terrible fever hit New Salem. Some of Abraham’s close friends died of it. And then Ann Rutledge died. Her death was a blow to Abraham. He later told a friend that the thought of rain or snow falling on Ann’s grave made him sad beyond belief.

Lee surrendered to him on April 9, 1865. Ulysses S. Grant later served two terms as president of the United States. General Robert E. Lee Robert E. Lee led the Confederate army during most of the Civil War. He had also graduated from West Point and was from a wealthy, slave-owning family. Lee was also a good general, but he didn’t have enough weapons or soldiers. His soldiers loved him. For many years after the war, he remained a hero in the South. On November 8, 1864, President Lincoln was elected for a second term.

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