This site contains information about news, events, and activities related to the Abraham Lincoln Association, as well as educational materials for teachers. 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. The Association currently publishes the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association, the only journal devoted exclusively to Lincoln scholarship, and For the People, a quarterly newsletter for its members.
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; speeches and writings; images of places in Lincoln's life; educational materials for teachers and students; and links to other Lincoln websites.
Published by the Abraham Lincoln Association in 1953, the University of Michigan's Web site presents the full text of The 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.
This HarpWeek Web site features political cartoons from Harper's Weekly, Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, Vanity Fair, Puck, Judge, 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 and 1864.
Lincoln/Net presents historical materials concerning Abraham Lincoln's Illinois years (1830-61), including biographical information, essays, thematic materials, primary-source documents, lesson plans, images, and video presentations.
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. The History & 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 his family.
The Lincoln Institute and the Lehrman Institute have created websites on the following Lincoln-related topics: Mr. Lincoln's White House, Mr. Lincoln and the Founders, Mr. Lincoln and Freedom, Mr. Lincoln and Friends, Mr. Lincoln and New York, and the Abraham Lincoln’s Classroom.
The Papers of Abraham Lincoln is a documentary editing project dedicated to identifying, imaging, transcribing, annotating, and publishing online all documents written by or to Abraham Lincoln during his lifetime (1809-1865).