Abraham Lincoln: A History (Volume 5)

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 November 1861 through August 1862. (Summary adapted from wikipedia by Ann Boulais)

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Hatteras and Port Royal Jim Locke
00:34:16
Play 02 The 'Trent' Affair Jim Locke
00:34:53
Play 03 The Tennessee Line Jim Locke
00:31:38
Play 04 East Tennessee Jim Locke
00:39:28
Play 05 Halleck Jim Locke
00:35:18
Play 06 Lincoln Directs Cooperation Jim Locke
00:22:11
Play 07 Grant and Thomas in Kentucky Jim Locke
00:21:32
Play 08 Cameron and Stanton Jim Locke
00:46:03
Play 09 Plans of Campaign Jim Locke
00:45:51
Play 10 Manassas Evacuated Jim Locke
00:21:23
Play 11 Fort Donelson Owen Cook
00:26:43
Play 12 Compensated Abolishment Jim Locke
00:34:33
Play 13 'Monitor' and 'Merrimac' Jim Locke
00:36:47
Play 14 Roanoke Island MaryAnn
00:20:59
Play 15 Farragut's Victory MaryAnn
00:33:48
Play 16 New Orleans MaryAnn
00:20:26
Play 17 Pea Ridge and Island No. 10 Mike Manolakes
00:23:12
Play 18 The Shiloh Campaign Denise Nordell
00:49:23
Play 19 Halleck's Corinth Campaign Mike Manolakes
00:34:19
Play 20 Yorktown Ciufi Galeazzi
00:31:56
Play 21 From Williamsburg to Fair Oaks Jim Locke
00:27:04
Play 22 'Stonewall' Jackson's Valley Campaign Jim Locke
00:36:56
Play 23 The Seven Days' Battle Jim Locke
00:48:44
Play 24 Harrison's Landing Jim Locke
00:35:28