Abraham Lincoln and Immigration
Jason H. Silverman talked about his book, Lincoln and the Immigrant. He described Abraham Lincoln’s encounters, as a lawyer and politician, with immigrants, including Haitians, Cubans, and Germans. These encounters, Silverman argued, persuaded Lincoln that immigration boosted America’s economy. close
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John T. Elliff Second Vice President (Former) Lincoln Group of the District of Columbia
Jason Silverman Professor Winthrop University->History Department
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