Address of President Woodrow Wilson Accepting the Lincoln Homestead at Hodgenville, Kentucky. LINCOLN, Woodrow Wilson.

Address of President Woodrow Wilson Accepting the Lincoln Homestead at Hodgenville, Kentucky.

Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916.

5 pp, printed wrappers. Light external soiling; very good. Delivered upon the transfer of Lincoln's birthplace to government stewardship, this speech is wide-ranging reflection on both Lincoln's legacy and the nature of democracy, described by Wilson biographer Arthur Link as "one of the most probing and perceptive reflections on Lincoln that has ever been written."

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