Abraham Lincoln Seldom Told Stories includes:
As a soldier, Lincoln started at the rank of captain before becoming a private.
When the Republican Party was founded, Lincoln was an unlikely candidate.
Lincoln had a “second home” in a barbershop owned by a black man.
Lincoln was involved in the largest execution in American history.
Lincoln was challenged to a duel that he accepted.
“Warren Bull...understands the 16th president in the way one might know an old friend.” (Ken Kipnis, PhD, Professor of Philosophy, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Emeritus))
“All readers - especially fans of our greatest president - will come away warmed, encouraged, and instructed from this readable and rewarding gathering of Lincoln stories.” (Richard W. Etulain, PhD,
Professor of History, University of New Mexico, Emeritus))
“This clearly-written, slim volume will leave the reader eager to learn more about America's most storied president.” (Michael A. Smith, Professor of Political Science and Chair of Social Sciences,
Emporia State University)