1864/11 - Lincoln's Letter to the Widow Bixby

1864/11 - Lincoln's Letter to the Widow Bixby

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Lincoln's Letter to the Widow Bixby​


2021.pngThe Bixby letter is a brief, consoling message sent by President Abraham Lincoln in November 1864 to Lydia Parker Bixby, a widow living in Boston, Massachusetts, who was thought to have lost five sons in the Union Army during war. Along with the Gettysburg Address and his second inaugural address, the...
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