Other Abraham Lincoln Publications

One of the major projects of The Abraham Lincoln Association in recent years has been the digitization of ALA prior publications so that they may be placed on-line and be available to the world through the ALA website. The links below will take you to those ALA publications that are now on-line as a result of this project.

Abraham Lincoln Association Resources

AUTHOR: VARIOUS AUTHORS

Lincoln Monographs

Sample’s From This Collection:

 Inescapable challenge Lincoln left us – Catton, Bruce / 1970

 Life of Abraham Lincoln, by J. G. Holland. – Holland, J. G. (Josiah Gilbert), 1819-1881. / 1866

 The pioneer boy, and how he became president. By William M. Thayer. – Thayer, William Makepeace, 1820-1898. / 1864

 Two war leaders: Lincoln and Davis – Williams, T. Harry / 1972

AUTHOR: RICHARD E. HART

Spring Creek Series

This critical series from Richard E. Hart focuses on niche topics relating to Abraham Lincoln’s Springfield. The Spring Creek Series focused initially on the city’s African-American community but has grown to address many different aspects of the community.

AUTHOR: RICHARD E. HART

Sugar Creek Series

This critical series from Richard E. Hart focuses on European settlement of Cotton Hill and Ball townships south of Springfield.

 

 Jones Cemetery Tour: Ball, Cotton Hill & Woodside Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2002)

 Philemon Stout Cemetery: Ball Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2006)

 Christopher Newcomer Cemetery: Woodside Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2009)

 Sugar Creek Cemetery: Ball Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2010)

 Vigal Cemetery: Cotton Hill Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2010)

 David Brunk Cemetery: Ball Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2010)

 Cumberland Sugar Creek Cemetery, The Old Burying Ground (2012)

 George Brunk Cemetery, Cotton Hill Township, Sangamon County, Illinois (2012)

Abraham Lincoln Association Publications

Since 1909, the Abraham Lincoln Association has published several serials and a number of books as part of its mission to support continued scholarship on Abraham Lincoln’s life and world.

 

Through the ongoing efforts of the Abraham Lincoln
Association, most of these materials are now available online in electronic form.

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