A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

Title: A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand
Creator: Abraham Lincoln
Description: This is a copy of Abraham Lincoln's speech, "A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand", delivered on June 16, 1858 at the Republican State Convention in Springfield, Illinois. This speech is preserved here in its entirety with original italics as part of a 1936 publication that includes an introduction by Douglas C. McMurtrie.
Date original: June 16, 1858
Owning organization: Internet Archive
Document Type: speech
Publication Statement: https://archive.org/details/ahousedividedaga00linc
Organization location: No known restrictions on publication.
Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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