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Estimate of Abe Lincoln

“Searching For Lincoln” – by Al Benson, Jr.

"Searching For Lincoln" by Al Benson Jr. A lady back east sent me a copy of an excellent documentary DVD on the Abraham Lincoln the "history" book don't tell us about. It arrived here yesterday. Last evening (Aug 31) I watched it. Usually I don't spend lots of time watching DVDs. I am busy enough [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 4

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Four Abraham Lincoln did not love the Negroes, and he was hypocritical about what he said in their praise. The Negro to this day has never found out Lincoln's hypocrisy because for political reasons it was best for the [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 5

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Five The South has always resented the falsehoods that have entered the biographies of Lincoln since his assassination. Those who knew him in life knew him best: People found in Lincoln before his death nothing remarkably good or great, [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 6

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Six Lincoln was not a religious man -- say what you will. When he became a candidate for the Illinois Legislature, he was accused of being an infidel, and he never denied it. He was accused of saying Jesus [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 7

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Seven Abraham Lincoln is held up as a great prohibitionist. He was not. While never a drunkard himself, he did not hesitate to make others drunk. On 6 March 1833, Lincoln had a Saloon License issued under the name [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 8

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Eight Now this man, Abraham Lincoln, was responsible for a war that cost the South more than 1,000,000 lives, and more than $8,000,000,000 worth of property. The result of the war caused the South to pass through the "Valley [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 9

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Nine Studying carefully and honestly all history written of Lincoln before his death -- history given by friends, relatives, and the press -- nothing can be found to justify the fulsome praise we find after his death. According to [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 10

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Ten Lamon and Herndon both testified that Mr. Lincoln would have resented such adulation. He was a plain man and expected plain language in praising him and only the truth to be recorded. Before his death it was said: [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 11

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Eleven The vilification of Jefferson Davis seemed necessary to make the glorification of Abraham Lincoln more effective: The murder of President Lincoln furnished the final proof of the ghastly spirit of the rebellion. Davis inspired the murder of Lincoln. [...]

Lincoln – Chapter 12

A True Estimate of Abraham Lincoln and Vindication of the South by Mildred Lewis Rutherford Chapter Twelve George Shea, in a letter to the New York Tribune, said, "Mr. Horace Greeley received a letter from Mrs. Jefferson Davis June 22, 1865, imploring him to bring about a speedy trial of her husband upon the charge [...]