Abraham Lincoln

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‎Born, February 12, 1809, in Hardin County, Kentucky


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A journey of discovery throughout Central Illinois of people, places and
events that shaped this great figure...an opportunity to literally "walk in his footsteps."

Abraham Lincoln Quotes


NEW --> Nov., 2012: New website brings Abraham Lincoln to the world, digitally

www.underhishat.org

 


16th President of the USA  Product of Central Illinois . . .1830 - 1860


         
    Mount Pulaski Courthouse
. . . where          Abraham  Lincoln  practiced  law                   1849 - 1854 . . .                                                      . . . where  Abraham  Lincoln  practiced  law                   1849 - 1854 . . .                                                      . . . where  Abraham  Lincoln  practiced  law                   1849 - 1854 . . .                                                      . . . where  Abraham  Lincoln  practiced  law                   1849 - 1854 . . .      


LOOKING FOR LINCOLN

History of Mount Pulaski 1911
by Judge William Stringer

History of Logan County 1911
by Judge William Stringer

  Early Recollections of Abraham Lincoln
by Elizabeth Lushbaugh Capps

Abraham Lincoln Library

Feb. 8, 2009 A. Lincoln Trial Re-enactment in Mt. Pulaski Courthouse

Feb. 2009 Re-enactment of 1854 Cast-Iron Tombstone Trial
held in Mt. Pulaski Courthouse - Logan County Seat [1848-1854]


Mount Pulaski in Logan County, Illinois


1858 Speech by Abe Lincoln in Lincoln, IL

Copy of 1858 Painting now in Mt. Pulaski Courthouse




Apr 15, 2010 Pieces of earliest known Lincoln document reunited after 145 years

On-Line Papers of Abraham Lincoln

On-Line "Search for Documents" of Abraham Lincoln

The Papers of Abraham Lincoln:  Legal Documents and Cases (4 Vol.)

Mr. Lincoln and Freedom Web-Site


Speech on the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise
Abraham Lincoln - October 16, 1854
Speech at Peoria, Illinois

Synopsis of 1854 Peoria Speech by Lewis E. Lehrman:  
Lincoln at Peoria, The Turning Point - Getting Right with the Declaration of Independence


President Lincoln's absent bodyguard found a home in Moweaqua -
Adamson and pals were not working that night, dismissed by a president loath to believe he was in any danger
from his fellow Americans while enjoying a funny play at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., of all places

Lincoln College Museum gets rare newspaper


Abe's 1858 namesake town rally-speech published in the Lincoln
bicentennial issue of the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society


Lincoln's Thinking - University Letters Offers Insight Into
President Lincoln & his Civil War Tribulations


Feb. 8, 2009 A. Lincoln Trial Re-enactment in Mt. Pulaski Courthouse


Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission 2009

A. Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum  


ABRAHAM LINCOLN 
*Presidential Library*
*Museum*Foundation*


Mt. Pulaski Courthouse ... where Abraham Lincoln Practiced Law ...
1849 - 1855


Feb 7, 2007 Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum Unveils
Temporary Exhibit - 'Tales from the Crypt: A History of the Lincoln Tomb'

Dec 14, 2006 Artifacts Added to Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library & Museum

Abraham Lincoln's 1st Inaugural Address
Mar. 4, 1861

June 7, 2006 16th president Owned Property & One or
More Buildings as a Young Man in His 20's


  Early Recollections of Abraham Lincoln
by Elizabeth Lushbaugh Capps


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< 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.>

Apr 14, 2006    16th President Abraham Lincoln slain 141 years ago

Apr 13, 2006   The assassination of Abraham Lincoln - a great 
                            deal of what most Americans "know" is wrong


Abraham Lincoln Quotes

Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum Dedication