Two momentous events in American history occurred within days of one another in mid-April 1865. Their effects continue to reverberate today.
Most of us know Lincoln was born in a log cabin in Kentucky, but there's so much more to his early years than that--as you'll hear on the Second Decade podcast.
We are, and always will be, stronger together.
The Lincoln family was never happier than when their children slept in this bedroom.
This is a great article I did way back in December 2012, an interview with Geoff Elliott who is @Mr_Lincoln on Twitter. He's still there, [...]
This sad and terrible artifact is extremely small--smaller, in fact, than it looks in this photo. It is a Philadelphia derringer, probably manufactured about 1852. [...]
The play Lincoln was watching at the time of his assassination has an interesting history of its own.
Ten days from now will be the 205th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, arguably the greatest and most famous American who ever lived. [...]
Today, January 20, 2014, is the one-year anniversary of the inauguration of Barack Obama for his second term as President. It is also the fifth [...]
This is pretty cool! I did not know that another chair specifically associated with Lincoln still existed other than the (very grisly) one at the [...]