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by William O. Stoddard,Michael Burlingame


William O. Stoddard's memoirs as President Abraham Lincoln's third secretary reveal a perspective of the president rarely viewed.

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By William Osborn Stoddard. Dispatches from Lincoln's White House.

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William Osborn Stoddard (Cortland County, 1835–1925) was an American author, inventor, and assistant secretary to Abraham Lincoln during his first term. Stoddard was born at Homer, Cortland C. New York. His parents were Prentice S. and Sarah (Osborn) Stoddard. Stoddard attended the University of Rochester, where he graduated cum laude. On 25 Jul 1870 Stoddard married Susan Eagleson Cooper; they had five children. Stoddard died in Madison, New Jersey.

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Dispatches from Lincoln’s White House: The Anonymous Civil War Journalism of Presidential Secretary .

Dispatches from Lincoln’s White House: The Anonymous Civil War Journalism of Presidential Secretary William O. Stoddard (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002). The Real Lincoln: A Portrait by Jesse Weik (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002). Lincoln’s Humor and Other Essays by Benjamin P. Thomas (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002). Dr. Burlingame has received the Abraham Lincoln Association Book Prize (1996), the Lincoln Diploma of Honor from Lincoln Memorial University (1998), Honorable Mention for the Lincoln Prize, Gettysburg College (2001), and was inducted into the Lincoln Academy of Illinois in 2009.

Civil War Journalism of Presidential Secretary William O. Michael E. Long, 34 (June 2004): 465-467. Burns, Lisa . First Ladies and the Fourth Estate: Press Framing of Presidential Wives. JAMES E. MUELLER, 40 (March 2010): 197-198. Busch, Andrew . Ronald Reagan and the Politics of Freedom.

William O. Stoddard's memoirs as President Abraham Lincoln's third secretary reveal a perspective of the president rarely viewed. In this collection of 120 weekly dispatches submitted to the New York Examiner under the pseudonym "Illinois," Stoddard sheds new light on Lincoln and his era. These documents provide commentary on Lincoln's personal circumstances as well as events in Washington and on military, diplomatic, economic, and political developments. Although historians at times differ with Stoddard's accounts, he offers valuable descriptions of Lincoln, insight into the president's thoughts, and commentary on contemporary opinion.

Dispatches from Lincoln's White House: The Anonymous Civil War Journalism of Presidential Secretary William O. Stoddard epub download

ISBN13: 978-0803292901

ISBN: 0803292902

Author: William O. Stoddard,Michael Burlingame

Category: Bio and Memoris

Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People

Language: English

Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (May 1, 2002)

Pages: 287 pages

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