Tidal Clock
And How Tide Clocks Work


Whatever your relationship with the sea, it is always important and useful to know the current position of the tide. Buy one of these tidal clocks for yourself or as a gift to someone who enjoys sailing, fishing or simply being near the sea, and you'll be getting something that will be useful for many years to come.

How does a tide clock work?

Due to the fact that the gravitational pull of the moon on the oceans is the major influence on the tides, tidal clocks work by timing the aparent motion of the moon around the earth. The actual true orbit of the moon takes 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes and 2.8 seconds, (ie 29.53 days) but as the earth is spinning on its own axis too, the moon appears to rise and set every day as the earth turns, in a similar way to how the sun appears to rise and set every day. The direction of the moon's actual 29.53 day cycle around the earth is the same direction as the turn of the earth''s axis. Therefore by the time the earth has turned once on its axis (which takes 24 hours), the moon has advanced around the earth a little. The advance of the moon in one day is 1/ 29.53 of its full cycle. The planet earth must therefore rotate for another 1/29.53 of a day (48.76 minutes) to arrive at where the moon was after the earth's initial 24 hour turn. You can take this further by realising that after these extra 48.76 minutes of the earth's travel, the moon has again moved forward a little more, but we're now getting into such exact figures that become slightly inappropriate when talking about the tide, as, although it the sun's influence is much less than that of the moon when it comes to tidal flow, the position of the sun does also have a small influence on the tidal flows.

The sun's effect on the timing of tides is greates at times of the last quarter and first quarter of the moon. At this point the moon and sun are at right angles to each other when viewed from earth. This causes the high tides to be lower than usual, and low tides to be higher than usual, and can cause differences of up to half an hour in expected high and low tide times.

Effectively then, we're talking about a period of around 24 hours 48.7 minutes between the moon appearing in the same part of our sky when viewed from earth. At first thought it would appear that this would give only one high tide per day, but in most areas there are actually two high tides and two low tides each day. This is due to the effects of gravitation on the solid body of the planet earth, and also the effect of centrifugal forces.

The earth and moon actually have a combined centre of gravity around which both planetary objects circle. This center of gravity is not out there in space between the two bodies, but is actually inside the earth, as a result of the earth's much larger mass than the moon. This center of gravity, which is always in the direction of the moon, and the earth wobbles around this center, meaning that the side of the earth furthest away from the moon experiences a centrifugal force which pushes the liquid water of the seas outward. This effect is combined with the fact that the gravitational pull of the moon pulls the solid body of the earth, including the sea floor on the opposite side of the moon, toward the moon itself. The elipse of water, being liquid rather than a solid mass, is therefore higher on both the side closest and furthest to the moon.

With two tides in one apparent orbit of the moon around the earth, and a period of 24 hours 48.7 minutes for each of these orbits, this gives a perion of around 12 hours 24 minutes between successive high tides. This is the time that it takes for tidal clocks to complete one rotation of their tide hand from one high tide to the next. On the opposite side of the high tide indicator, there is a low tide indicator, and most clocks also show a count-down style of "hours until high tide" and "hours until low tide". In many cases the tide clock will be combined with a normal 12 hour clock, either in an inner or outer ring of digits on the clockface. This can give you a total of up to 4 hands on the clock, which may look a little confusing at first. It's easy really though they're just the normal hour, minute and second hand which display the actual time of day, plus there's the extra hand for the tidal clock.

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln?s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as ?The Great Emancipator? did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking through this narrative as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln?s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

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Narrative Of A Survey Of The Intertropical And Western Coasts Of Australia Performed Between The Years 1818 And 1822 Volume 2

Narrative Of A Survey Of The Intertropical And Western Coasts Of Australia Performed Between The Years 1818 And 1822 Volume 2

Excerpt: ...of one hundred and forty feet; and this, in the rainy season, must be a extremely large fall, for its breadth is at least fifty yards. At the time of our visit it was near the end of the dry season: and even then there was a extremely considerable quantity falling. numerous small inlets trended in on either side of the river above the basin, particularly one upon the north side, which, from the height of the hills under which it trended, would likely produce a freshwater stream. In 1821 the Bathurst watered from the cascade, but the fatigue was too great, and the heat too powerful, for the boats&'&' crew had to pull nearly forty miles every trip. High water took place in St. George&'&'s Basin at twenty mins after twelve o&'&'clock: the tide rose twenty-four feet. HANOVER BAY is a extremely convenient port, about five miles deep, but exposed from the North-North-West; the anchorage is, however, so good, that no danger require be apprehended. At the bottom of the bay there is a deep chasm in the land, yielding a fresh-water stream; beyond this the bay terminates in a shoal basin. In the offing are numerous rocky islets, particularly one, a high rock, which is extremely notable. A little to the north-east of the river is a sandy beach, the situation of which is in latitude 15 degrees 18 mins 21 seconds, and longitude 124 degrees 46 mins fifty seconds. HIGH BLUFF, the extremity of the promontory separating Hanover Bay from Port George the Fourth, speaks for itself. It is in latitude 15 degrees 14 mins 40 seconds, and longitude 124 degrees 41 mins 35 seconds. Between High Bluff and Point Adieu, in latitude 15 degrees 14 mins 10 seconds, and longitude 124 degrees 34 mins 45 seconds, is PORT GEORGE THE FOURTH, having midway in its entrance a high island nearly two miles long; and to the southward, in the centre of the port, a high rocky islet, the LUMP, the summit of which is situated in latitude 15 degrees 18 mins 30 seconds, and longitude 124 degrees 37 mins...

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Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months that Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months that Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as “The Great Emancipator” did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation. Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance. In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking in these pages as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln’s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

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Narrative Of The Voyage Of H.m.s. Rattlesnake, Commanded By The Late Captain Owen Stanley, R.n., F.r.s. Etc. During The Years 1846

Narrative Of The Voyage Of H.m.s. Rattlesnake, Commanded By The Late Captain Owen Stanley, R.n., F.r.s. Etc. During The Years 1846

Excerpt: ...having travelled about thirty miles; he must have subsisted on nondas, as it was impossible he could have caught anything, and we had seen him eat them before. He died the following morning. September 30. After travelling a short distance we crossed a small river running eastward: for some distance down it, the water was brackish, and at spring-tide the salt water came up to our camp; but we obtained good water from a small lagoon near the camp. We proceeded over a large plain well covered with good grass, the soil stiff clay. We proceeded about five or six miles on this plain, turning westward towards a lagoon surrounded by Stravadiums and a few extremely large palms. We hoped to find water in it, but it was dry, and fearing we should not be able to reach water before dark if we proceeded in this direction, we thought it better to return to our camp. October 1. We had prayers this day as normal on Sundays, at eleven o&'&'clock. We saw native fires at a distance to the north-east of our camp, but the natives did not come near us. I went up what we fancied was the river by which we had camped, but found it only a creek; but it had plenty of water in it at this season. There were numerous small lagoons near it. There were large drooping tea-trees (Melaleucas) growing on its banks, and large palm trees, of the same kind as those I had seen in the plain the day before, and which were by far the finest palms I had ever seen; the trunks were not extremely high, from fifteen to thirty feet in height, but extremely large in bulk, varying from six to eight feet in circumference: they had large fan-shaped leaves, with slightly curved spines on the footstalk. It is a dioecious palm, the female plants bearing an immense quantity of round fruit, about the size of a greengage plum, of a purple colour, and rather disagreeable flavour; the pulp covering the seed was extremely oily, and not a leaf to be seen on any of the fruit-bearing plants; the entire top consists of branches full of...

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Kingdom Of The Blind

Kingdom Of The Blind

Excerpt: ...rigid attention, felt a quick impulse of disappointment. I have rung the bell for my own maid, she said. She will show you out of the place. Don&'&'t let any one see you, if you can assist it. And to-morrow? he asked. you'll lunch with me? I will be at the Golf Club, she promised, at one o&'&'clock. Granet was conducted virtually stealthily down the stairs and into the avenue. Half-way to the gate he paused to listen. He was concealed from sight now by the gathering twilight and the rolling mists. From behind the house came the softly muffled roar of the tide sweeping in, and, with sharper insistence, the whirr of machinery from the boathouse. Granet lit a cigarette and walked thoughtfully away. Just as he climbed into the car, a peculiar light through the trees startled him. He stood up and watched. From the top of the house a slowly revolving searchlight played upon the waters. CHAPTER XIX It was a extremely joyful little party dining that night at the Dormy House Club. There was Granet; Geoffrey Anselman, his cousin, who played for Cambridge and rowed two; Major Harrison, whose leave had been extended another three weeks; and the secretary of the club, who made up the quartette. By-the-bye, where were you this afternoon, Captain Granet? the latter asked. You left Anselman to play our best ball. Jolly good hiding he gave us, too. Went out for a spin, Granet explained, and afterwards fell fast asleep in my room. marvellous air, yours, you know, he went on. I slept like a top last night, Major Harrison declared. The first three nights I was home I never closed my eyes. Granet leaned across the table to the secretary. Dickens, he remarked, that&'&'s a queer-looking fellow at the further end of the room. Who is he? The secretary glanced around and smiled. You mean that little fellow with the glasses and the stoop? He arrived last night and asked for a match this morning. You see what a miserable wizened-up looking creature he is? I found...

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Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

Lincoln's Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln?s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as ?The Great Emancipator? did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking through this narrative as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln?s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

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The Yom Kippur War: And the Airlift Strike That Saved Israel

The Yom Kippur War: And the Airlift Strike That Saved Israel

It&'&'s normally called the Yom Kippur War. Or sometimes the October War. The players that surround it are familiar: Sadat and Mubarak, Meir and Sharon, Nixon and Kissinger, Brezhnev and Dobyrnin. It was a war that brought Arab and Jew into vicious conflict. A war in which Israel virtually unleashed her nuclear arsenal and set two superpowers on a treacherous course of nuclear escalation. And a war that eventually brought peace. But a peace fraught with delicate tensions, disputed borders, and a legacy of further bloodshed.The Two O&'&'Clock War is a spellbinding chronicle of the international chess game that was played out in October 1973. It is a story of diplomacy and military might that accounts for many of the dilemmas faced in the present-day Middle East.This is a war that Israel never thought was possible. Surprised by the fury and excellent execution of the Arab onslaught, and possibly more than a little complacent, Israel suddenly found itself on the point of losing a war because of a lack of ammunition, planes and tanks. The USA, after much vacillation, finally elected to assist Israel, beginning a tremendous airlift (code name: Operation Nickel Grass) which incurred the wrath of the Arab states, and their sponsor, the Soviet Union. Fortunately the airlift came just in time for Israeli ground forces to stabilize their positions and eventually turn the tide in the Sinai and Golan Heights. And it was all made possible by an operation that dwarfed the Berlin Airlift and the Soviets&'&' simultaneous efforts in Egypt and Syria.The Two O&'&'Clock War is bound to become the definitive history of a war that quite literally approached Armageddon.

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Digital Weather Forecaster

Digital Weather Forecaster

Check indoor and outdoor temperature humidity and barometric pressure. <br> -<b>Features and Benefits :</B><br><br>Also displays 12-hour barometric pressurehistory<br>Min/Max temperature and humidity memory<br>Temperature trend indicator<br>Moon cycle with tide indicator<br>Alarm clock with snooze day and date<br>Full calendar<br>Hi precision barometric weather forecast<br>Forecast: sunny partial sunny cloudy rainystormy<br>3-Channel wireless thermometer<br>Backlit display<br>?F/?C 12/24 hour clock selectable<br>CE approved<br><br><b>Specifications :</B><br>Temperature Range:Indoor: 32? to 122?F (0? to 50?C)Outdoor: -4? to 140?F (-20? to 60?C)Pressure Range: eight hundred to eleven hundred mb/hPaAltitude Compensation Range:-984 to 3937 ft. (-300 to 1200m)Power Source:Base Unit: 2 ?AA? batteries (included)Remote Unit: 2 ?AAA? batteries (included)<br>

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General Tools and Instruments DBAR880 Digital Weather Forecaster

General Tools and Instruments DBAR880 Digital Weather Forecaster

Check indoor and outdoor temperature humidity and barometric pressure.

  • <b>Features and Benefits :</B><br><br>
  • Also displays 12-hour barometric pressurehistory<br>
  • Min/Max temperature and humidity memory<br>
  • Temperature trend indicator<br>
  • Moon cycle with tide indicator<br>
  • Alarm clock with snooze day and date<br>
  • Full calendar<br>
  • Hi precision barometric weather forecast<br>
  • Forecast: sunny partial sunny cloudy rainystormy<br>
  • 3-Channel wireless thermometer<br>
  • Backlit display<br>
  • °F/°C 12/24 hour clock selectable<br>
  • CE approved<br><br><b>Specifications :</B><br>
  • Temperature Range:Indoor: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)Outdoor: -4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)Pressure Range: eight hundred to eleven hundred mb/hPaAltitude Compensation Range:-984 to 3937 ft. (-300 to 1200m)Power Source:Base Unit: 2 ?AA? batteries (included)Remote Unit: 2 ?AAA? batteries (included)<br>

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  • Time to Write: The Influence of Time and Culture on Learning to Write

    Time to Write: The Influence of Time and Culture on Learning to Write

    Teaching on an island off the Maine coast, John Sylvester Lofty encountered students whose resistance to writing was grounded in the tension between time values derived from the changing movements of sun, season, and tide, and the time values of school regulated by the measures of clock and schedule. In this nimble account of his experiences, Lofty uses the voices and writings of students in grades one, two, six, and twelve to dramatize students&'&' encounters with the school-based cultures of time and literacy. Against the world of the clock and bell, he places the world of the lobster fisher, the clam digger, the farmer, the cook, the scientist, and the writer-people for whom the time to do things evolves from the nature of the task. Drawing on scholarship in language education, social anthropology, and the philosophy of time, Lofty challenges our industrialized models of schooling and critiques the time order of process oriented writing instruction.

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    Homedics SS-5020 Sound Spa Premier FM Clock Radio

    Homedics SS-5020 Sound Spa Premier FM Clock Radio

    This incredible SoundSpa Clock Radio has 20 relaxing sounds to assist you fall asleep faster, and a digital FM clock radio with gradual wake and snooze. Creates the ideal way to start the morning right and end the day with a quiet way to wind down. Features of the SoundSpa Premiere SS-5020: -- Digital FM clock radio with gradual wake up and snooze -- additional large display with full sound titles. -- Automatically adjusts for Daylight Savings Time to make sure that you donftt loose track of time -- Dual alarm with dual readouts makes setting the alarm simple - wake to sounds or beep -- ideal size: 11.4in x 2.9in x 6in; one lb -- Includes 20 nature sounds - Aviary, Brook, City, Dockside, Ebb Tide, Everglades, Fireside, Foghorns, Heartbeat, Northwoods, Oceanside, Rain, Rain Forest, Roadside, Steam Train, Summer Night, Surffts Up, Thunderstorm, White Noise, Wind Chimes.

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    Simplified Scientific Astrology (1919)

    Simplified Scientific Astrology (1919)

    There is a side of the Moon which we never see. But that concealed half is as potent a factor in causing the ebb and flow of the earth&'s tide, as the part of the Moon which is visible. Similarly, there is an invisible part of man which exerts a powerful influence in life, and as the tides are measured by the motion of the Sun and Moon, so also the eventualities of existence are measured by the circling stars, which may therefore be called the &'&'Clock of Destiny, and knowledge of their import is an immense power, for to the competent astrologer the horoscope reveals every secret of life.

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    Time to Write: The Influence of Time and Culture on Learning to Write

    Time to Write: The Influence of Time and Culture on Learning to Write

    Teaching on an island off the Maine coast, John Sylvester Lofty encountered students whose resistance to writing was grounded in the tension between time values derived from the changing movements of sun, season, and tide, and the time values of school regulated by the measures of clock and schedule. In this nimble account of his experiences, Lofty uses the voices and writings of students in grades one, two, six, and twelve to dramatize students&'&' encounters with the school-based cultures of time and literacy. Against the world of the clock and bell, he places the world of the lobster fisher, the clam digger, the farmer, the cook, the scientist, and the writer-people for whom the time to do things evolves from the nature of the task. Drawing on scholarship in language education, social anthropology, and the philosophy of time, Lofty challenges our industrialized models of schooling and critiques the time order of process oriented writing instruction.

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    Pyle Digital Fishing Handheld with Clock - PFSH2

    Pyle Digital Fishing Handheld with Clock - PFSH2

  • 5 Independent Alarms.<BR>
  • Sunrise / Sunset Time.<BR>
  • Water resistant.<BR>
  • High Tide / Low Tide Time.<BR>
  • Fishing Favorability Level.<BR>
  • Tide Graph with Time Data.<BR>
  • Fishing Timer.<BR>
  • Lunitidal Interval Setting.<BR>
  • Fishing Alarm.<BR>
  • Tide Calculation Valid Through Year 2036.<BR>
  • Vibration Alert.<BR>
  • Hourly Time Signal (Beep Or Vibrator Alert).<BR>
  • Moon Phase / Moon Age.<BR>
  • Auto Calendar Through 2039.<BR>
  • Moon Rise / Moon Set Time.<BR>
  • Day Light Saving Time.<BR>
  • Moon Upper / Lower Transit Time.<BR>
  • Water resistant.

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  • Cherry-finished Tide Clock

    Cherry-finished Tide Clock

    Chart the ebb and flow of the tides with this simple-to-read wall-mounted tide clock.

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    Personalized Nautical Tide Clock

    Personalized Nautical Tide Clock

    Observe your favorite United States coastal waterway whilst checking the tide with this Hand-crafted nautical clock.

    $125.00


    Lincoln&apos;s Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

    Lincoln&apos;s Gamble: The Tumultuous Six Months That Gave America the Emancipation Proclamation and Changed the Course of

    A brilliant, authoritative, and riveting account of the most critical six months in Abraham Lincoln?s presidency, when he penned the Emancipation Proclamation and changed the course of the Civil War.On July 12, 1862, Abraham Lincoln spoke for the first time of his intention to free the slaves. On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, doing precisely that. In between, however, was possibly the most tumultuous six months of his presidency, an episode during which the sixteenth president fought bitterly with his generals, disappointed his cabinet, and sank into painful bouts of clinical depression. Most surprising, the man who would be remembered as ?The Great Emancipator? did not hold firm to his belief in emancipation. He agonized over the decision and was wracked by private doubts virtually to the moment when he inked the decree that would change a nation.Popular myth would have us believe that Lincoln did not suffer from such indecision, that he did what he did through moral resolve; that he had a commanding belief in equality, in the inevitable victory of right over wrong. He worked on drafts of the document for months, locking it in a drawer in the telegraph room of the War department. Ultimately Lincoln chose to act based on his political instincts and knowledge of the war. It was a marvellous gamble, with the future of the Union, of slavery, and of the presidency itself hanging in the balance.In this irresistible narrative, Todd Brewster focuses on these critical six months to ask: was it through will or by accident, intention or coincidence, personal achievement or historical determinism that he freed the slaves? The clock is always ticking through this narrative as Lincoln searches for the right moment to enact his proclamation and simultaneously turn the tide of war. Lincoln?s Gamble portrays the president as an imideal man with an unshakable determination to save a country he believed in, even as the course of the Civil War remained unknown.

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