Lincoln's Other White House: The Untold Story of the Man and His Presidency by Elizabeth Smith Brownstein

    Praise for Lincoln's Other White House

    Elizabeth Smith Brownstein, a fellow Lincoln and Civil War scholar, has brought the Lincoln Cottage back to
    life in remarkably vivid detail.
    Dr Kenneth Winkle, Sorensen Professor of American History

    A little gem in the plethora of information about Lincoln.
    Anonymous Google Reviewer

    An excellent book that will last.
    William Seale, Editor, White House Historical Association Journal

    ...superb writing...
    Nelson Rimensnyder, Director of Research (Ret.) Committee of the District of Columbia, House of
    Representatives

    Only on occasion does the unceasing flow of new Lincoln titles yield a book of fresh insight and graceful
    prose. Lincoln’s Other White House has that rare distinction.
    Dr. Cullom Davis, Editor, Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln


    This vivid new book will finally help the Soldiers’ Home find its rightful place in the epic of Lincoln’s life…
    Geoffrey C. Ward, author of The Civil War: An Illustrated History


    This valuable, enjoyable, and unusual book not only makes known the importance of the Soldiers’ Home in
    the Lincoln story but also is loaded with anecdotes, characters, poems, parodies by humorists, facts one did
    not know…I read it with profit and pleasure and recommend it highly.
    Dr. William Lee Miller, author of Lincoln’s Virtues: An Ethical Biography


    Elizabeth Smith Brownstein promises new material and perspectives beyond the familiar Lincolnalia and she
    delivers…this is a significant contribution to the study of the man and of his times and place.
    Dr. Jean Baker, Professor of History at Goucher College and author of the principal biography of
    Mary Todd Lincoln


    The account of the Lincolns' marriage and their home life at the White House and the Soldiers' Home, from
    observers such as the Union Army soldiers who guarded him for three years, is fascinating.
    Virginia G. Smith, author of Forms in Modernism


    It is my hope that librarians and readers everywhere will have an opportunity to benefit from your book's
    revelations and the new light it brings on the life of one of our very greatest Presidents.
    Thomas L. Lalley, Former President, Catholic Historical Society of Washington


    The characters highlighted are dispassionately analyzed in such a way as to enable the reader to be part of
    the scene at all times.
    A. Graham Down, President Emeritus, Council for Basic Education
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