Walt Whitman Quotes: If There Were Nothing Else Of Abraham

If There Were Nothing Else Of Abraham Lincoln For History To Stamp Him With, It Is Enough To Send Him With His Wreath To The Memory Of All Future Time, That He Endured That Hour, That Day, Bitterer Than Gall - Indeed A Crucifixion Day - That It Did Not Conquer Him - That He Unflinchingly Stemmed It, And Resolved To Lift Himself And The Union Out Of It.
— Walt Whitman —

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