Abraham Lincoln: A History (Volume 4)

John HAY (1835 - 1905) and John George NICOLAY (1832 - 1901)

Abraham Lincoln: A History is an 1890 ten-volume account of the life and times of Abraham Lincoln, written by John Nicolay and John Hay, who were his personal secretaries during the American Civil War. Volume 4 chronicles Lincoln's life from April to November 1861. ( Summary adapted from wikipedia by Ann Boulais)

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography

Language: English

Group: Abraham Lincoln: A History

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Fort Pickens Reenforced Jim Locke
00:30:20
Play 02 The Sumter Expedition Kevin W. Davidson
00:47:41
Play 03 The Fall of Sumter Jim Locke
00:36:55
Play 04 The Call to Arms Jim Locke
00:36:31
Play 05 The National Uprising Jim Locke
00:40:31
Play 06 Baltimore Jim Locke
00:39:40
Play 07 Washington in Danger Jim Locke
00:46:03
Play 08 Rebellious Maryland Jim Locke
00:40:52
Play 09 Texas MaryAnn
00:19:57
Play 10 The Ohio Line MaryAnn
00:21:07
Play 11 Missouri Owen Cook
00:36:41
Play 12 Kentucky Owen Cook
00:31:56
Play 13 The Confederate Military League Jim Locke
00:15:42
Play 14 Civil War Jim Locke
00:21:42
Play 15 European Neutrality Jim Locke
00:35:50
Play 16 McClellan and Grant Jim Locke
00:31:36
Play 17 Scott's Anaconda Jim Locke
00:22:10
Play 18 The Advance Jim Locke
00:38:06
Play 19 West Virginia MaryAnn
00:21:19
Play 20 Bull Run Jim Locke
00:52:41
Play 21 Congress Jim Locke
00:31:30
Play 22 The Contraband Jim Locke
00:22:28
Play 23 Fremont Owen Cook
00:33:56
Play 24 Military Emancipation Jim Locke
00:49:04
Play 25 The Army of the Potomac Denise Nordell
00:44:13