DavidHerbert Donald, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian of the Civil War and American South whose expertise on Abraham Lincoln brought him a wide general audience and reverence from his peers, has died. He was 88.
Works by DavidHerbert Donald: Lincoln, The Search for Order, 1877-1920, We Americans, Lincoln Reconsidered: Essays on the Civil War Era, Why the North Won the Civil War, We Are Lincoln Men: Abraham Lincoln and His Friends, With My Face to the Enemy: Perspectives on the Civil War, Look Homeward: A Life of Thomas Wolfe, Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War, Looking for Lincoln: The Making of an American Icon
25.10.2012 [Paris Match] - Mais, derrière la mythologie se dessine une vérité historique, étayée par nombre de biographes, parmi eux DavidHerbert Donald qui lui a consacré plusieurs ouvrages1. Il trace le portrait du plus astucieux, pour ne pas dire du plus brillant des
DavidHerbert Donald, a historian and biographer who won two Pulitzer Prizes and was a preeminent scholar of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War, died May 17 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston while awaiting heart surgery. He was 88 and lived on Lincoln Road in Lincoln, Mass.
28.10.2012 [CNN] - In early 1962, my husband and I were invited to the White House by first lady Jackie Kennedy because she wanted the president -- who loved history -- to listen to my husband, DavidHerbert Donald, talk about Abraham Lincoln. When the talk was over
The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian had a wide audience and the reverence of his peers. He was 88. A professor emeritus at Harvard University, he won Pulitzer Prizes for biographies of abolitionist Charles Sumner and novelist Thomas Wolfe, but his many books on Abraham Lincoln were his legacy.
16.11.2009 by Lincoln Buff 2 Â You can read why in my tribute to the late DavidHerbert Donald. I took the advice he, Harold Holzer and Matt Pinsker gave me when the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum opened - and I'm not disappointed. ...