Abraham Lincoln was perhaps America’s Greatest President. But was the “Great Rail-Splitter” also a genuine side-splitter? Were his amusing yarns a clever way to disarm opponents with a smile – or the ramblings of a madman? This new edition of an historic classic answers those questions and more! Originally published in 1901, “Yarns & Stories of Abraham Lincoln” contains the stories Lincoln told, and the stories told about him. You will find out why it was that among Lincoln’s friends and colleagues, the most dreaded words he could utter were “That reminds me of a little story…“
NEW INTRODUCTION AND ILLUSTRATIONS
[pullquote]110 YEARS IN THE MAKING!
343 PAGES IN THE READING![/pullquote]
This handsomely-formatted ebook features an original cover design and many new illustrations by Norman Dog, noted author and cartoonist (“Bad Habits“, “The 37 Cartoons You Should Read Before You Die“), as well as over a hundred line illustrations and cartoons from the original edition! Mr. Dog also contributed a new introduction to put Lincoln’s humor into a modern context, for any who may be unfamiliar with his career.