Learning Lincoln On-line

FROM-- SET SIX, CIVIL WAR STUDIES

Topic Fifty-Three:  Abraham Lincoln's Great Writings- Understanding Them

Your Teachers have been reading your writing for as long as you have been writing.  Sometimes it gets to be kind of hard to figure out your "style" and what you "meant."
Reading  Abraham 
Lincoln's Writing


1

It's your turn now.  Your Job is to:

  • 1.  Choose one of the Lincoln Original Draft Documents;
  • 2.  Read it;
  • 3. Rewrite the document (only the first page on the Emancipation Proclamation) in your own writing, and then when done,
  • 4.  Go to a Typed Version on a different website and see how well you did copying Abe's handwriting;

Print a form to write your answer

 
The Gettysburg Address

 
Lincoln's Acceptance Speech
 

 


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