Beyond his famous words, the tangible artifacts President Abraham Lincoln left behind after his assassination were scattered for decades, kept in family collections and by the government and museums from Washington to Chicago.
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For years, librarians at a small central Illinois library gossiped that a tattered book lying on one of its shelves justifying racism may have been in the hands of none other than Abraham Lincoln, the Great Emancipator.
One of five known manuscripts of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is going on display at the Library of Congress.
The Library of Congress plans to display a copy of the Gettysburg Address over a six-week period starting later this month.
A dealer of rare historic documents is selling a letter that provides a glimpse of the everyday life of President Abraham Lincoln’s family at the White House.
President Barack Obama says it was a privilege to take the oath of office using a Bible that had been owned by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
View the Maryland: A House Divided exhibit; a collection showcasing the situation Maryland was in at the beginning of the war.
With his new film about the 16th president in theaters, two-time Academy Award winning director Steven Spielberg was to make the keynote address during ceremonies that celebrate the 149th anniversary of “The Gettysburg Address.”
The Virginia Film Office says the makers of Steven Spielberg’s movie about Abraham Lincoln spent more than $32 million in the state.