Eagle...Egret...Entrails...End...So many possibilities, aren't there?
For me, the Letter E is about something very important:
Of all the Amendments made to the Constitution, the Emancipation Proclamation was perhaps the most controversial, made possible by the bloodiest war ever fought on American land, and one of the most important amendments made.
If you have seen the movie "Lincoln", in which Daniel Day-Lewis was President Lincoln, then you have in inkling of how much this all cost.
Here are the words in part, written by hand, and signed by President Lincoln:
Please try to see this movie. It was filmed mostly in Springfield, Illinois, where much has been restored. Daniel Day-Lewis did
|Source: The Movie|
not allow himself to lose his characterization of Lincoln, to the point where he walked around surrounding areas, speaking to residents as would Lincoln have spoken.
The Letter E is for Emancipation.