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Excerpt from Pre-Inaugural Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, 1861: Springfield Farewell Address, Feb. 11, 1861; Excerpts From Newspapers and Other Sources
One of Lincoln's greatest pleasures in Springfield, according to Reilly, was to play with the boys. A favorite amusement was to stand at the corner of Sixth and Monroe streets and seat ter marbles in the road where the boys would scramble for them.
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isbn: 0259815519, 978-0259815518,
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