Project Gutenberg presents more vintage sf stories.
The Issahar Artifacts by Jesse F. Bone (Amazing Science Fiction Stories, April 1960)
"Lincoln said it eons ago.... It took a speck of one-celled plant life on a world parsecs away to prove it for all the galaxy."
Now We Are Three by Joe L. Hensley (Fantastic Universe, August 1957)
"It didn't matter that he had quit. He was still one of the guilty. He had seen it in her eyes and in the eyes of others."
No Hiding Place by Richard R. Smith (Fantastic Universe, November 1956)
"The Earth was enveloped in atomic fire and the ship was a prize of war. But disaster may make victory mandatory."