This site contains information about news, events, and
activities related to the Abraham Lincoln Association. In 1953, the Abraham Lincoln
Association published The
Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, which is available
in full text on the University of Michigan's Web site.
Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Foundation
The Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Foundation (ALBF) commemorates
the 200th birthday of Abraham Lincoln. The ALBF is the official successor organization of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission. This
Web site contains biographical
information about Lincoln; a timeline;
a selection of his most famous speeches
and letters; a virtual
tour of the places important in Lincoln’s
life; the Gettysburg
Address translated into 29 different languages; educational
materials for teachers; and a section for kids
and young adults.
This site provides a wide variety of online resources related
to Lincoln. It contains information on Lincoln-related news;
and writings; images of places
in Lincoln's life; educational
materials for teachers and students; and links to other
Lincoln Web sites.
Presidential Library and Museum
This site contains a virtual tour of the museum
and a detailed description of the Lincoln-related collections
in the library.
It also provides related
links for Lincoln research on the Internet.
Works of Abraham Lincoln
Published by the Abraham Lincoln Association in 1953, the
University of Michigan's Web site presents the full text
Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, an eight-volume
set of Lincoln's correspondence, speeches, and other writings.
The site provides basic and advanced search options, and
can be browsed by volume.
C-SPAN: Lincoln 200 Years
This Web site honors the 200th anniversary
of Abraham Lincoln's birth. It contains a schedule of
C-SPAN Lincoln programming,
video, a timeline, transcripts of his most notable works,
and a picture gallery.
HarpWeek: The Presidential
This HarpWeek Web site features political cartoons from
Harper's Weekly, Leslie's
Illustrated Weekly, Vanity
and American Political Prints, 1766-1876:
A Catalog of the Collections in the Library of Congress.
It provides explanations of the historical context and
images of each cartoon, campaign overviews, biographical
sketches, a review of the era's major issues, and other
valuable information related to Lincoln's presidential
campaigns in 1860
Lincoln Home National
The Lincoln Home National Historic Site preserves and
interprets for the benefit of present and future generations
the home of Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois.
& Culture section of this site contains the full
text of the Lincoln-Douglas
debates, speeches, quotes, essays, images,
timelines, and biographical information on Lincoln and
The Lincoln Institute
The Lincoln Institute has created Web sites on the following
Lincoln-related topics: Mr.
Lincoln's White House; Mr.
Lincoln and Freedom; Mr.
Lincoln and Friends; Mr.
Lincoln and the Founders; Mr.
Lincoln and New York; and the Abraham
The Lincoln Log: A Daily Chronology of the Life of Abraham Lincoln
The Lincoln Log: A Daily Chronology of the Life of Abraham Lincoln incorporates Lincoln Day-by-Day: A Chronology, compiled by the Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission with the cooperation and support of the Abraham Lincoln Association and published by the Government Printing Office in 1960. The text presented here includes all entries from that publication, with corrections and additions by the Papers of Abraham Lincoln, a project of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Lincoln/Net - Abraham
Lincoln Historical Digitization Project
Lincoln/Net presents historical materials concerning Abraham
Lincoln's Illinois years (1830-61), including biographical
information, essays, thematic
materials, primary-source documents, lesson
The Miller Center of Public Affairs
The Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University
of Virginia presents essays about Lincoln and his life
before and during his presidential terms. It
additionally provides biographical information about Mary
Todd Lincoln and cabinet officials of each administration.
of Abraham Lincoln
The Papers of Abraham Lincoln is a long-term project dedicated
to identifying, imaging, and publishing, both comprehensively
in electronic form and selectively in printed volumes,
all documents written by or to Abraham Lincoln during
his entire lifetime. The Papers of Abraham Lincoln is
sponsored by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency
and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum,
and co-sponsored by the Center for State Policy and Leadership,
the University of Illinois at Springfield, and the Abraham
Lincoln Association. This site presents scanned images
of the five known drafts of the Gettysburg
Address and a selection of newly
discovered documents related to Lincoln.