New York Times Topic- Lincoln Page
The New York Times has a webpage with Lincoln resources, including news pieces, speeches, photos and much more. There is a list of recommended Lincoln books as well.
The Lincoln Home
The National Park Service homepage for the Abraham Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield Illinois, preserving the only home Lincoln owned at Eighth and Jackson Streets.
The Soldiers' Home was a refuge for Lincoln and his family from the heat and political pressures of life at the white house.
Website of an organization which promotes the scholarly study of Abraham Lincoln and dissemination of Lincoln materials to the general public. Features include "Lincoln State By State," "Mr. Lincoln's White House," and "Mr. Lincoln and Freedom," all web-based projects funded by the Gilder-Lehrman Institute.
Ford's Theatre National Historic Site
National Park Service homepage for the site of Lincoln's assassination in Washington, D.C. on April 14, 1865. The National Park also includes the House Where Lincoln Died, the Peterson Boarding House.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
Homepage of the Lincoln Presidential Library located in Springfield, Illinois. The Library has a collection of Lincoln items that are viewable on-line, as well as upcoming events related to Lincoln and educational resources.
Gettysburg National Military Park
Homepage for the National Park Service's Gettysburg National Military Park, preserving the hallowed battlefields of Gettysburg. Plan your battlefield visit, learn about the history of the battle, and download .PDF maps of the action.
Eisenhower National Historic Site
National Park Service home for the Eisenhower National Historic Site, preserving the 34th president's Gettysburg farm and its outbuildings.
Oh Ranger! Green Guides to Parks
Has fun facts, resources, and pictures for 23 different parks- including Gettysburg!