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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
ISBN: 9780807545508
Author: Daugherty, James Henry (ART)/ Boritt, Gabor (AFT)
Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co
Published: February 2013
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Annotation: The Gettysburg Address is one of the most influential speeches in our history, written by Abraham Lincoln at a crucial period in his presidency and in United States history. Caldecott Honoree and Newbery Medalist James Daugherty's pictorial interpretation of President Abraham Lincoln's famous speech, the Gettysburg Address, was originally published by Albert Whitman in 1947. This book is available again in a fresh new edition just in time for the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address with a new introduction by Lincoln- and Civil War-scholar Gabor S. Boritt.
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | History | United States
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Social Science
Dewey: 759.13
LCCN: 2012013288
Academic/Grade Level: Grade 1-2, Age 6-7
Book type: Easy Non Fiction
Physical Information: 0.50" H x 50.00" L x 9.25" W
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, Reference, Picture Books, Middle School, History, Early Elementary
Grade level(s): 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
 
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Contributor Bio(s): Gabor S. Boritt is the Robert Fluhrer Professor of Civil War Studies and Director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College. He is the author, co-author, or editor of sixteen books about Lincoln and the American Civil War. Boritt received the National Humanities Medal in 2008. He and his wife live on a farm near the Gettysburg Battlefield. An influential twentieth century artist and illustrator, James Daugherty lived in Indiana, Ohio. In 1940, his book Daniel Boone won the Newbery Medal. His book Gillespie and the Guards won the Caldecott Honor in 1957. Daughtery passed away in 1974.
Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2013 Fall)
Daugherty powerfully illustrates Lincoln's momentous Gettysburg Address. This updated edition includes a new afterword by historian Gabor Boritt, which provides an overview of the days surrounding the 1863 speech. Daugherty's emotive paintings--discussed one by one in an appendix--include allusions to other profound American moments, such as then-recent WWII, grounding Lincoln's words within our nation's larger history.
Reviewed by Publishers Weekly Reviews (PW Reviews 2013 February #2)

President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address 150 years ago, in late 1863; the text of that speech formed the basis for this picture book from Daugherty, a Newbery-winning illustrator, which was first published in 1947. The book opens with Daugherty's original foreword, as well as the address in its entirety, before moving on to 15 paintings that depict muscled pioneers settling the American West, the bloody toll of the Civil War, and events well beyond Lincoln's time, up through WWII. The images have the heroic feel of WPA posters, as people from all backgrounds and ethnicities join together to embrace the hope and promise embodied in Lincoln's speech. An afterword by Civil War scholar Gabor Boritt is new to this edition, as are brief guides to each painting. All ages. (Feb.)

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Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2013 February)

Gr 3–7—"Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent …." Thus begins the two-minute speech that Lincoln delivered in 1863. His words stirred the hearts of those gathered at the cemetery in Gettysburg on that November day. Daugherty's pictorial interpretation of the speech will stir the hearts of modern readers as it did when the book was first published in 1947. The majestic artwork is filled with movement and bold swirls of color, bringing to mind the paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Beginning with the Pilgrims in Plymouth and America's founding fathers of 1776, the artist takes readers through time, featuring historical figures, national symbols, and religious allusions as well as everyday people in portraits of key moments in American history. Lincoln appears in several of the illustrations. The speech is printed in an oversize, decorative font reflecting the importance of its timeless message of peace and unity. At the back of the book, the artist provides a brief interpretation of each painting. This updated edition includes a new afterword by Professor Gabor Boritt, Gettysburg College, setting the scene with background information about the day Lincoln delivered his address. History and art teachers will want this outstanding picture book in their collections.—Linda L. Walkins, Saint Joseph Preparatory High School, Boston, MA

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