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I Have a Dream is a written speech by Martin Luther King that moved and inspired America more than 40 years ago, in August 1963. The speech is divided in 15 parts in the book. Then it touched every individual and draw great attention to the problems of slavery and racism. But this work is actual even now and is strongly recommended to be read by anyone. Children can appreciate it as well. There are many illustrations depicting that period of history. At the end of the speech you can find some interesting biographical information.
This book is a record of the famous speech by Martin Luther King dated by August 28, 1963 who has inspired by it the entire America and the whole world. This speech was revolutionary in all ways because it called for racial equality and the end of discrimination. The book has a foreword written by Coretta Scott King and also contains paintings by Coretta Scott King Award and Honor Book Artists.
History of Pomona Valley, California, with biographical sketches of the leading men and women of the valley who have been identified with its growth and development from the early days to the present ..
"A brief early history of the San José Rancho and its subsequent cities, Pomona, San Dimas, Claremont, La Verne and Spadra, prepared by F. P. Brackett ..." has special t.-p
Some vols. reissued under later title Split into: Fonti per la storia dell'Italia medievale. Antiquitates; and: Fonti per la storia dell'Italia medievale. Subsidia 26
The life of Abraham Lincoln : drawn from original sources and containing many speeches, letters, and telegrams hitherto unpublished, and illustrated with many reproductions from original paintings, photographs, et cetera 1
Includes index Includes errata notations on p. [vi] of vol. 1, and on contents p. verso of vol. 2 Monaghan, J. Lincoln bibliography Bound in red cloth, with engraved stylized "AL" pattern inside border on front covers; gold lettering on spines 18
v. 1. Lincoln the citizen (February 12, 1809, to March 4, 1861) by H. C. Whitney.--v. 2. Early speeches, 1832-1856.--v. 3. Speeches and debates, 1856-1858.--v. 4. Speeches and debates, 1858-1859.--v. 5. Speeches and presidential addresses, 1859-1865.--v. 6. State papers, 1861-1865.--v. 7. Letters and telegrams, Adams to Garrison.--v. 8. Letters and telegrams, Gasparin to Meade.--v. 9. Letters and telegrams, Meredith to Yates
- Author: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Hay, John,1838-1905; Nicolay, John G. (John George), 1832-1901
- Genre: Lincoln, Abraham
This monograph copy is based on the Complete works of Abraham Lincoln, New York, F.D. Tandy Company, 1905. The work, edited by Nicolay and Hay, was then "extra illustrated with letters, state documents and rare engravings" by the Anglo-American Authors' Association. Printed on Japanese vellum with tipped in letters, documents and other illustrations, each volume has a manuscript title page, initials in red and decorations in gold, green leather cover with gilded pages and hand-painted insets inside the front and back cover. The library does not own Volume 5 Part 1.