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Excerpt from A Simple Tribute to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln: Address at the Unveiling of the Painting by Benj. Eggleston, of Abraham Lincoln, at the Lincoln Club, Brooklyn, New York, February 12, 1907
Abraham Lincoln was born among the common people - cradled in poverty, and reared amidst the rugged environments and endless strife of early Western pioneer life which estimated men by their deeds, and he' soon became a leader of his class. Within him, however, was hidden a God given germ which required but the trans planting to the richer soil of advanced civilization to develop its unfolding into a superior and magnificent manhood.
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