Eric Foner

Columbia University

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Professor of History at Columbia and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery

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On New Year's Day in 1863, with the nation in the middle of a civil war, Abraham Lincoln signed a document that has become known as one of the most important in American history.

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation Still Misunderstood

On New Year's Day in 1863, with the nation in the middle of a civil war, Abraham Lincoln signed a document that has become known as one of the most important in American history.

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On New Year's Day in 1863, with the nation in the middle of a civil war, Abraham Lincoln signed a document that has become known as one of the most important in American history.

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation Still Misunderstood

On New Year's Day in 1863, with the nation in the middle of a civil war, Abraham Lincoln signed a document that has become known as one of the most important in American history.

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