Good books, like good friends, make life worth living. These are some of my favorite reads I’ve come across in researching for the podcast. I’m an Amazon Affiliate, so when you purchase from here it helps support the show. Many thanks and enjoy the Library.
One was expected to be President and the other became so. Rivals in the 1860 Republican Convention, these two men would forge a true friendship that sustained them both through the darkest hour of the American Republic. William H. Seward was experienced, educated, and well connected. A former Governor turned Senator of New York he made a stark contrast to the former one term Congressman and prairie lawyer from Illinois.Read More
As southern states seceded and the storm of the Civil War loomed over the country Seward was named Secretary of State. Though adversaries at first their story illustrates Lincoln’s word’s “Do I not destroy my enemy when I make him my friend?” After saving the Union and the American Experiment their friendship would be cut short in a Night of Terrors.Read More