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With the dawn of a new year and a new millennium, the state of Lincoln scholarship is reaching new heights. The most anticipated of original Lincoln scholarship in the last twenty-five years arrived with the release of the three-volume DVD set, The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln Complete Documentary Edition. This massive undertaking, more than fifteen years in the making, has brought together all of the known legal documents relating to Lincoln's law practice. Using new, proprietary computer search software specifically developed for the Edition, the ease of use surpasses all currently available Lincoln research/reference tools. This Edition is useful not only for the legal aspect of Lincoln's life, but it also provides a broader understanding of life in Illinois. By viewing Lincoln's legal career in microcosm, social scientists, economists, and legal historians alike will find previously unattainable primary data to draw upon. Genealogists, too, will find the Edition helpful in establishing possible legal case links to Abraham Lincoln.

In the field of new scholarship, through a generous, anonymous donation, both the Abraham Lincoln Association and the Abraham Lincoln Institute of the Mid-Atlantic have done much to answer the question, "Where are all of the new Lincoln scholars?" Through those two organizations, with the tireless efforts of Illinois State Historian Thomas Schwartz and Connecticut College Professor Michael Burlingame, this author's concept of a dissertation prize recognizing the best of new Lincoln scholarship has been realized. On February 12, 2001, the Abraham Lincoln Association will announce the recipient of the First Annual Hay-Nicolay Dissertation Prize. Since this is the inaugural year, the Abraham Lincoln Institute of the Mid-Atlantic will also announce a second recipient at its annual Symposium. The $5,000 prize will then be alternated yearly between the two organizations. The establishment of this prize will help foster original research into all aspects of Lincoln scholarship. Page  [End Page 49]

The development of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois, was also in the news. On January 5, 2001, Illinois First Lady Lura Lynn Ryan announced that Ameritech Corporation was donating $2 million to the development of the Holavision Theatre in the Museum complex. Groundbreaking for the new buildings is set for February 12, 2001. With the determined effort of many individuals and organizations, led by Illinois Governor and Mrs. George Ryan, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum will pioneer new means to view, study, and understand the legacy of Abraham Lincoln.

Museum exhibits and online resources also dot the Lincoln landscape. Foremost among these is the exhibit Picturing Lincoln: The Changing Image of America's 16th President. The exhibit, located at the Northern Indiana Center for History, brings together the private collection of Jack L. Smith as well as items from the Henry Horner Lincoln Collection at the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency and The Lincoln Museum in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Another resource, this one on the Internet, is Mr. Lincoln's Virtual Library located at http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/alhtml/alhome.html . Virtual Library is a cooperative effort of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., and the Lincoln Studies Center located at Knox College in Illinois. Through that joint effort, the Library of Congress's Abraham Lincoln Papers and the "We'll Sing to Abe Our Song!" music collection of the Alfred Whital Stern Collection—both located in the Library's Rare Book and Special Collections Division—are available online for access to a variety of documents and resources about Abraham Lincoln. In addition, the Abraham Lincoln Association plans to reintroduce the Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln in a new search format in February 2001.

The study concerning the Sixteenth President continues to grow. Literally, each day brings new sources for scholars to employ in their attempt to place Abraham Lincoln into historical and societal perspective. Institutions and organizations dedicated to Abraham Lincoln continue to lead the way by providing access to these sources. The new century will bring even more and exciting research, and its dissemination will contribute to a better understanding of Abraham Lincoln and what he means to the nation.

Articles 2000

"A Ballot with Quite a Story," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 5.
Ackerman, Donald L. "A Survey of Lincoln Inaugurals," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 11–12. Page  [End Page 50]
———. "A Tradition of Collecting Patriotic and Political Covers," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 1, 6–7.
Ackerman, Monroe. "Abraham Lincoln: The First Forty Days," Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 58–64.
Agnew, Theodore L. "He Helped Shape a Country," Historical Messenger 31 (April/June 1999): 1–2.
Ankeney, Sarah Joan. "Hollow, Halloo, Hallo and Holler—a Note on Usage," Lincoln Lore 1860 (Spring 2000): 10–11.
———. "Parallel Construction in Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address—Not So Parallel," Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 82–84.
"Another Questioned Lincoln Photograph," For the People 2 (Autumn 2000): 1.
"Another Version, Douglas and Lincoln in Beardstown," The Cass County Historian 69 (December 1999): 2.
Arkes, Hadley. "Lincoln, Nietzsche, and the Constitution," First Things 102 (April 2000): 16–20.
Bakken, Timothy H. "The 'Unimpeachable' George T. Brown," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 1, 6–7.
———. "Willie Lincoln's Memorial Poem and a Possible Inspiration," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 10–11.
Barnhart, Terry A. "Albert Taylor Bledsoe: The Political Creed of an Illinois Whig, 1840–1848," Journal of Illinois History 3 (Spring 2000): 3–30.
Barrows, John. "Washington Beckons Operators for Reenactment of 'Lincoln in the Telegraph Office' Scene," Dots & Dashes: The Official Publication of the Morse Telegraph Club, Inc. 28 (Spring/Summer 2000): 1, 5.
Bassuk, Dan. "Obituary, Lloyd Ostendorf," Lincarnations 19 (December 2000): 4.
———. "The Lincoln Herald in the 20th Century, A Retrospective (1938–1999)," Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 8–11.
Bassuk, Daniel. "Collecting Lincoln: The First Collector," The Lincolnian 19 (September–October 1999): 4–7.
Bauer, Kim M. "Lincolniana in 1999," Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 21 (Summer 2000): 17–34.
Bennett, Jr., Lerone. "Did Lincoln Really Free the Slaves?" Ebony 55 (February 2000): 54–56.
Blase, Anthony I. "Was the Model for Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Pericles' Funeral Oration and Did Paraphrasing Occur?" Greek Star (June 22, 2000): 1.
Boritt, Gabor. "No Unconditional Surrender: The Historian as the Public and Private Man, Don E. Fehrenbacher." Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 148–52. Page  [End Page 51]
"Borough of Gettysburg Now Owns the Wills House," The Lincolnian 20 (November–December 2000): 2–3, 8.
Brody, Seymour. "Edward Rosewater: Served as Telegrapher for President Lincoln," Jewish Heroes and Heroines in America from Colonial Times to 1900: A Judaica Collection Exhibit (July 20, 2000). The Internet address is www.fau.edu/library/brody30.htm .
Bunker, Gary L. "Thomas Nast's Rare Lincoln Political Caricatures," Illinois History Teacher 8 (February 2001): 29–43.
Burlingame, Michael. "William O. Stoddard on Abraham Lincoln," Lincoln Lore 1861 (Summer 2000): 6–7.
Bushnell, Scott M. "Abe: History as Novel—An Interview with Richard Slotkin," Lincoln Lore 1861 (Summer 2000): 2–5.
Carlino, Martin C. "Adorned in Style," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 1, 3–4.
Carson, Steve. "Controversy Over the Milford Flag," The Lincolnian 19 (May–June 2000): 5–6.
"Charles Turzak: Abraham Lincoln and the History of Illinois," Tarble Arts Center Newsletter (December 1999–January 2000), 1.
Daly, Michael. "Behavior So Unlike Abe's," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 8–9.
Danoff, Brian F. "Lincoln, Machiavelli, and American Political Thought," Presidential Studies Quarterly 30 (June 2000): 290–311.
Dye, Charlie. "Religion on the Illinois Prairie: The Parker's [sic.]," Goosenest Prairie Gazette 19 (August 1999): 12.
"The Evolution of a National Cemetery Program," For the People 2 (Autumn 2000): 4, 8.
"First Lady Lura Lynn Ryan Encourages Donation of More Lincoln Materials for Presidential Library and Museum," Preservation Station (September 2000): 2–4.
Fleming, Joseph Z. "Recent Developments in Crisis Management Law: If Abraham Lincoln Died for Federalism, Did he Die in Vain?: Florida Prepaid Postsecondary Education Expense Board v. College Savings Bank and United States," The Urban Lawyer 31 (Fall 1999): 777.
"From the Collection of ... Brian D. Caplan: Collecting Civil War Era Covers," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 7–9.
"From the Collections at the Lincoln College Museum," The Lincoln Newsletter 19 (Summer 2000): 4–7.
Garland, Leanne. "Archival Acquisitions," Lincoln Letters 14 (Spring 2000): 5.
———. "Archival Acquisitions," Lincoln Letters 14 (Summer–Fall 2000): 5. Page  [End Page 52]
———. "Archival Acquisitions," Lincoln Letters 14 (Winter 2000): 5.
Gibbs, Larry. "December Meeting," The Civil War Round Table 60 (January 2000): 3.
Gienapp, William E. "The 1864 Election in Illinois," Illinois History Teacher 8 (February 2001): 44–63.
Gonzales, Nathan D. "Frank Williams Speaks at 68th Annual Lincoln Dinner," Lincoln Memorial Association Newsletter 21 (Spring 2000): 1–2.
"Governor and Mrs. Ryan Unveil New Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Design," Preservation Station (September 2000): 1–2.
"Grant Speaks About Lincoln," Grant Network Newsletter 6 (Winter 2000): 8–9.
Guelzo, Allen C. "A. Lincoln, Philosopher," Illinois History Teacher 8 (February 2001): 2–10.
———. "Ten 'True Lies' About Abraham Lincoln: Part 1," For the People 2 (Summer 2000): 1–2, 6, 8.
———. "Ten 'True Lies' About Abraham Lincoln: Part 2," For the People 2 (Autumn 2000): 2, 6–7.
Hall, Mitchell, comp. "Bibliography: United States Civil War," Michigan Historical Review 25 (Fall 1999): 127–29.
Havlik, Robert James. "The Lincoln Civil War Books by Clarence Edward Macartney: A Re-Evaluation of the Works of a Popular Lincoln Author and Civil War Buff," Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 12–18.
Hennessy, John J. "Lincoln Wins Back His Army," Civil War Times Illustrated 39 (February 2001): 34–42, 65.
"Holiday Abe: Festivities Feature Lincoln," The Lincolnian 19 (January–February 2000): 6–8.
Holzer, Harold. "Abraham Lincoln, the Edmund Morris Way," Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 29–30.
———. "Lincoln Takes the Heat," Civil War Times Illustrated 39 (February 2001): 44–53.
Hubbard, Charles M. "James Mason, the 'Confederate Lobby,' and the Blockade Debate of March 1862," Civil War History 45 (September 1999): 223–37.
———. "Director's Notes," Lincoln Letters 14 (Spring 2000): 2.
———. "Director's Notes," Lincoln Letters 14 (Summer–Fall 2000): 2.
———. "Director's Notes," Lincoln Letters 14 (Winter 2000): 2.
Hughes, Timothy. "History on Page One: Journals of the Civil War," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 1, 6–7. Page  [End Page 53]
Hughett, Barbara. "'Alas our poor country': A Letter from John T. Ford," The Lincoln Newsletter 19 (Spring 2000): 1, 4–8.
———. "Cullom Davis on 'From Court House to White House': The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln," The Civil War Round Table 60 (December 1999): 1, 3.
———. "Elmer Gertz, September 14, 1906–April 27, 2000," The Civil War Round Table 60 (June 2000): n.p.
———. "Fitz John Porter Replies to a 'Sympathising Friend,'" The Lincoln Newsletter 29 (Fall 2000): 1, 4–5.
———. "Glen A. Barton, Howard G. Buffett, and H. Safford Peacock to be Honored by Lincoln College," The Lincoln Newsletter 19 (Summer 2000): 3, 8.
———. "James McPherson to Deliver Address at the 133rd Commencement of Lincoln College," The Lincoln Newsletter 19 (Summer 2000): 1.
———. "John Y. Simon on 'Lincoln and Grant: The Commander in Chief and the Chief Commander,'" The Civil War Round Table 60 (June 2000): 1, 3.
———. "Kenneth J. Winkle on 'The Village on the Bluff': New Salem's Role in the Rise of Abraham Lincoln," The Civil War Round Table, 60 (September 1999): 1–2.
———. "Lincoln Assassination Treasures Given to Museum by Trustee John Gehlbach," The Lincoln Newsletter 29 (Winter 2000): 1.
———. "More from the Collections at the Lincoln College Museum: A Letter from Daniel Webster," The Lincoln Newsletter 18 (Winter 1999): 1, 4–7.
———. "Remembering Lloyd Ostendorf (1921–2000)," The Lincoln Newsletter 29 (Winter 2000): 7.
"In Memoriam [Elmer Gertz]," For the People 2 (Summer 2000): 2.
Jacob, Kathryn Allamongi. "Vinnie Ream," Smithsonian 31 (August 2000): 104–15.
Johnson, Don. "Online and Phone Bidders Dominate Cowan Auction," Antiqueweek 32 (February 7, 2000): 1B, 32B.
Kelley, Timothy. "Lincoln's Toughest Choice," New York Times Upfront 132 (February 14, 2000): 20–21.
Kirsner, Scott. "Experience Required," Fast Company (October 2000): 184–90, 194–202.
Knutson, Lawrence L. "'Dear Mr. Lincoln ...' Your Letters are on the Internet," n.p. The Internet address is www.wcwp.com .
Kushlan, James P. "As Lincoln as Lincoln Could Be," Civil War Times Illustrated 39 (February 2001): 4. Page  [End Page 54]
Larson, Sylvia B. "The Abraham Lincoln Collection at Bridgewater State College," Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 19–28.
"'The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln: Complete Documentary Edition' Now Available on DVD-ROM," Preservation Station (March 2000): 1–2.
Leonard, Ann. "Catholic Sisters and Nursing in the Civil War," Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 65–81.
"Library of Congress Receives Lincoln Birthday Gift to Share with Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (March–April 2000): 4–5.
"Lincoln and the Young Ones," The Lincolnian 20 (November–December 2000): 5–6.
"Lincoln Connections and Interesting Tales Abound at Rock Creek Cemetery," The Lincolnian 19 (July–August 2000): 1–4.
"Lincoln Images Expert, Lloyd Ostendorf, Dies at 79," Dispatch/News 8 (Fall 2000): 3.
"The Lincoln Museum Book Store List," Lincoln Lore 1861 (Summer 2000): 8–11.
"Lincoln's Detective: The Pinkerton Archive," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 1, 3–5.
"The Lincoln Train is Coming," Palatine Palaver 25 (November 2000): 1.
Lutz, Stewart. "Hail Hale House," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 13.
Lynch, Michael and Tim Muncy. "Life From the Perspective of a Museum Intern," Lincoln Letters 14 (Summer–Fall 2000): 3.
Lynch, Michael. "The Changing Face of Lincoln," Lincoln Letters 14 (Spring 2000): 3.
Mann, Jonathan. "From the Publisher: 'Five Years and Counting,'" The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 2.
———. "In the Marketplace," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 14–20.
———. "In the Marketplace," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 14–21.
———. "In the Marketplace," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 12–19.
———. "Would You Buy a Used Car from This ... Auction Site?" The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 2.
Marten, James. "'I think its just as mean as it can be': Northern Children Respond to Lincoln's Assassination," Lincoln Herald 101 (Fall 1999): 117.
McArthur, Benjamin. "Joseph Jefferson's Lincoln: Vindication of an Autobiographical Legend," in the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 93 (Summer 2000): 155–66. Page  [End Page 55]
McBride, Tom. "Lincoln's Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Lincoln," The Lincoln Ledger 5 (November 2000): 1, 3–6.
McCue, Don. "Shrine Acquires Lincoln Manuscript," Lincoln Memorial Association Newsletter 21 (Spring 2000): 1, 3–5.
McPherson, James. "Excerpts from James McPherson's Commencement Address to Lincoln College," The Lincoln Newsletter 29 (Fall 2000): 6–8.
"McPherson Lecture Honors Lincoln," The Lincolnian 19 (May–June 2000): 7–8.
"Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibit Features Lincoln Luxury Items," The Lincolnian 20 (September–October 2000): 4–5.
Neely, Mark E., Jr., "Whitman and the Civil War: A Response to Helen Vendler," Michigan Quarterly Review 39 (Winter 2000): 25–35.
"'O fatal day ...': The Taft Diary," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 24–25.
Parrillo, Nicholas. "Lincoln's Calvinist Transformation: Emancipation and War," Civil War History 46 (September 2000): 227–53.
Pearson, Daniel E. "The Other Tomb," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 21.
———. "The Written Word," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 8–10.
———. "The Written Word: The Nation's First Look at the Life of Lincoln: The Campaign Biographies of 1860," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 20–22.
———. "The Written Word, Part Two," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 10–12.
Pearson, Daniel, and Daniel Weinberg. "Did Lincoln Sign His Own Death Warrant?" The Lincoln Ledger 5 (November 2000): 7–8.
"Philip Clark and Abraham Lincoln," DeWitt County Genealogical Quarterly 26 (Summer 2000): 48–52.
Pitcaithley, Dwight T. "Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace: The Making of an American Icon," The Lincolnian 19 (January–February 2000): 2.
Plummer, Mark. "Lincoln and the Rail-Splitter Election, Lincoln Herald 101 (Fall 1999): 111–16.
Prokopowicz, Gerald J. "Stephen in Search of His Mother: Stephen A. Douglas and the Presidential Campaign of 1860," Lincoln Lore 1860 (Spring 2000): 2–10.
Radeleff, Mark C. "Hope, Duty, and Prayers: A Conclusion to a Family's Civil War Letters," Lincoln Memorial Association Newsletter 21 (Spring 2000): 6–7.
Rafuse, Ethan S. "Lincoln Takes Charge," Civil War Times Illustrated 39 (February 2001): 26–32, 62–63. Page  [End Page 56]
"Rail Splinters," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 22–23.
"Rail Splinters," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 23–25.
"Rail Splinters," The Rail Splitter 6 (Summer 2000): 22–23.
Ricker, Ann. "Mary Lincoln and the Swings," For the People 2 (Spring 2000): 1–2, 6, 8.
"Ron Keller Has Big Plans for the Lincoln College Museum," The Lincoln Newsletter 29 (Winter 2000): 5, 7.
"Root Paintings: Judge W. C. Johns-Lincoln/Douglas Debate," Shelby County Ancestors 22 (July 2000): 20–22.
Rubin, Judith. "Bob Rogers," Entertainment Design 46 (September 2000): 38.
Ruckman, P. S. and David Kincaid. "Inside Lincoln's Clemency Decision Making," Presidential Studies Quarterly 29 (Winter 1999): 84–99.
Schnell, Christopher. "The Case of the Missing Evidence," Lincoln Legal Briefs 55 (July–September 2000): 1–3.
Schwartz, Thomas F. "A Lincoln Vignette," For the People 2 (Summer 2000): 7.
———. "Advice to Lincoln on Obtaining Ethnic Voters," For the People 2 (Spring 2000): 5, 7.
———. "One or Two Lincoln Forgeries?" For the People 2 (Autumn 2000): 5.
Schwarz, F. D. "The Trials of Mary Todd Lincoln," American Heritage 51 (May–June 2000): 108–9.
"Shedding New Light on an Old Torch," The Rail Splitter 5 (April 2000): 25.
Sherman, Pete. "Abe's Palace," Illinois Times 25 (December 23–29, 1999): 6–10.
Sherwood, Glenn V. "A Career Modeled on Lincoln: Vinnie Ream—Sculptor," The Rail Splitter 6 (Fall 2000): 1, 3–5.
Steers, Jr., Edward. "Doctor Mudd and the 'Colored' Witnesses," Civil War History 46 (December 2000): 324–36.
———. "Montani Semper Liberi. The Making of West Virginia," North & South 3 (January 2000): 18–33.
———. "Was Mistah Abe Babsized?," Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 164–73.
Stroble, Paul E. "The Vandalia Statehouse and the Relocation to Springfield," Illinois Heritage 2 (Spring–Summer 2000): 12–19.
Swanson, Wendy. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (September–October 1999): 7–8.
———. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (November–December 1999): 4–8. Page  [End Page 57]
———. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (January–February 2000): 3, 5, 8.
———. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (March–April 2000): 6–8.
———. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (May–June 2000): 4–5
———. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 19 (July–August 2000): 8.
———. "Lincoln News Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 20 (September–October 2000): 2–3, 5.
———. "Lincoln News: Here and Across the Nation," The Lincolnian 20 (November–December 2000): 4, 6, 8.
———. "Where in the World is Mr. Lincoln? Try Denver!" The Lincolnian 20 (September–October 2000): 6–7.
Tanner, James. "The Passing of Abraham Lincoln: A Statement Written and Signed by James Tanner," The Lincoln Newsletter 29 (Winter 2000): 3–4, 8.
Temple, Wayne C. "Lincoln the Lecturer: Part 1," Lincoln Herald 101 (Fall 1999): 94–110.
———. "Lincoln the Lecturer: Part 2," Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 146–63.
———. "New Documents: A. Lincoln, Lobbyist," Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 21 (Summer 2000): 35–43.
Trachtenberg, Alan. "Lincoln's Smile: Ambiguities of the Face in Photography," Social Research 67 (Spring 2000): 1–23.
Tracy, Donald R. "President's Column," For the People 2 (Autumn 2000): 3.
———. "President's Column," For the People 2 (Spring 2000): 2.
Tubbs, William B. "A Lincoln in Name Only," For the People 2 (Summer 2000): 4–5.
Vance, Tom. "The W. H. Holbrooks Property in Farmington," Goosenest Prairie Gazette 20 (May 2000): 3–4.
Vendler, Helen. "Poetry and the Meditation of Value: Whitman on Lincoln," Michigan Quarterly Review 39 (Winter 2000): 1–18.
Verduin, Paul. "The Latest on Lincoln," The Library of Congress Information Bulletin 59 (May 2000): 122–23.
Vickrey, Barry R. "Lessons in Leadership from Lincoln the Lawyer," South Dakota Law Review 45 (Summer 2000): 334–44.
Vita, Tricia. "Rescuing Mr. Lincoln," Yankee 64 (March 2000): 34.
"Was Lincoln Forced into Glory?" For the People, 2 (Summer 2000): 2–3.
Weller, Sam. "All Abe Bookstore Thrives as Museum and Publisher," Publishers Weekly 27 (February 14, 2000): 90. Page  [End Page 58]
White, Jack E., Jr. "Was Lincoln a Racist?" Time 155 (May 15, 2000): 76.
"Why Lincoln Really Was the Great Emancipator," The Lincolnian 20 (November–December 2000): 1–2.
Williams, Frank J. "Lincolniana," Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 174–82.
———. "Lincolniana," Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 31–39.
———. "Lincolniana," Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 85–93.
Wilson, Douglas L. "Keeping Lincoln's Secrets," The Atlantic Monthly 285 (May 2000): 78–88.
———. "The Lincoln-Douglas Debates," Illinois History Teacher 8 (February 2001): 11–28.
Wilson, Steven. "In the Collection," Lincoln Letters 14 (Spring 2000): 4.
———. "In the Collection," Lincoln Letters 14 (Winter 2000): 4.
Winkle, Kenneth J. "Abraham Lincoln: Self-Made Man," Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 21 (Summer 2000): 1–16.
Zebrowski, Carl. "Lincoln's Christmas Present," Civil War Times Illustrated 39 (February 2001): 14, 18, 66–68.
Zeitz, Joshua Michael. "The Missouri Compromise Reconsidered: Antislavery Rhetoric and the Emergence of the Free Labor Synthesis," Journal of the Early Republic 20 (Fall 2000): 447–85.

Book/Exhibit Reviews 2000

Alford, Terry. Review of "Right or Wrong, God Judge Me": The Writings of John Wilkes Booth, edited by John Rhodehamel and Louise Taper. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 45–46.
———. Review of The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln, by Thomas R. Turner. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 94–95.
———. Review of Lincoln and Booth: A New Musical [video], written and composed by Richard J. Chiarappa. Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 183.
Andreasen, Bryon C. Review essay of Thaddeus Stevens: Nineteenth-Century Egalitarian, by Hans L. Trefousse. Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 21 (Summer 2000): 75–81.
———. Review of Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, by Allen C. Guelzo. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Autumn 2000): 229–32.
Baker, Jean. Review of Lincoln Heard and Seen, by Harold Holzer. Civil War History 46 (December 2000): 341–42.
Baptist, Edward E. Review of A Reporter's Lincoln, by Walter B. Stevens, edited by Michael Burlingame, and The Lines are Drawn:Page  [End Page 59]Political Cartoons of the Civil War, edited by Kristen M. Smith. Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 173–75.
Beck, Paul. Review of Lincoln: The Road to War, by Frank van der Linden. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 41–42.
Bender, Robert Patrick. Review of Lincoln as I Knew Him: Gossip, Tributes, and Revelations from His Best Friends and Worst Enemies, edited by Harold Holzer. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Summer 2000): 146–47.
Blue, Frederick J. Review essay of Inside Lincoln's White House: The Complete Civil War Diary of John Hay, edited by Michael Burlingame and John R. Turner Ettlinger. Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 21 (Summer 2000): 69–73.
Bratt, James D. Review of Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, by Allen C. Guelzo. The Christian Century 117 (May 24–31, 2000): 599–601.
Browning, Jr., Robert M. Review of Life in Mr. Lincoln's Navy, by Dennis J. Ringle. American Historical Review 105 (April 2000): 549–50.
Burgess, Larry E. Review of Limits of Dissent: Clement L. Vallandigham and the Civil War, by Frank L. Klement. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 99–100.
———. Review of Lincoln's Critics: The Copperheads of the North, by Frank L. Klement. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 100.
Burlingame, Michael. Review of Lincoln's Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation, by William C. Davis. Civil War History 45 (September 1999): 275–76.
———. Review of The Life of Abraham Lincoln: From His Birth to His Inauguration as President, by Ward H. Lamon. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 95–96.
Carnahan, Burrus M. Review of Labor of Love: The Life and Art of Vinnie Ream, by Glenn E. Sherwood. The Lincolnian 19 (July–August 2000): 7.
Crawford, G. B. Review of Herndon's Informants: Letters, Interviews, and Statements About Abraham Lincoln, edited by Douglas L. Wilson and Rodney O. Davis. Florida Historical Quarterly 78 (Summer 1999): 128–30.
Davis, Rodney O. Review of Holland's Life of Lincoln, by Josiah G. Holland with an introduction by Allen C. Guelzo. Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 186–87.
Davis, Steve. Review of Lincoln as I Knew Him: Gossip, Tributes, and Revelations from His Best Friends and Worst Enemies, edited by Harold Holzer. Blue & Gray 17 (December 1999): 30. Page  [End Page 60]
Deyle, Steven. Review of Lincoln's Critics: The Copperheads of the North, by Frank L. Klement. Civil War History 46 (March 2000): 77–78.
Dougan, Michael B. Review of Southern Rights: Political Prisoners and the Myth of Confederate Constitutionalism, by Mark E. Neely, Jr. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 59 (Winter 2000): 464–65.
Fischer, Robert A. Review of The Reconstruction Presidents, by Brooks D. Simpson. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 42–43.
———. Review of The Lincoln Mailbag: America Writes the President, 1861–1865, edited by Harold Holzer. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 44–45.
Frank, Joseph Allen. Review of Lincoln's Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation, by William C. Davis. American Historical Review 105 (June 2000): 928–29.
Gallman, J. Matthew. Review essay of Lincoln's Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation, by William C. Davis. Journal of American History 86 (March 2000): 1740–43.
Gerleman, David. Review of Lincoln: Twenty Years on the Prairie, by Donald G. Richter. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 93 (Spring 2000): 112–14.
Goodheart, Lawrence B. Review of Frank Blair: Lincoln's Conservative, by William E. Parrish. Journal of Mississippi History 61 (Summer 1999): 191–92.
Gorak, David A. Review of Lincoln's Little War, by Webb Garrison. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 47–48.
Hanchett, William. Review of A New Birth of Freedom: Abraham Lincoln and the Coming of the Civil War, by Harry V. Jaffa. North & South 4 (January 2001): 92.
———. Review of When the Bells Tolled for Lincoln: Southern Reaction to the Assassination, by Carolyn L. Harrell. Journal of American History 86 (March 2000): 1789–90.
Hannaford, Katharine W. Review of The Last Best Hope of Earth, Abraham Lincoln and the Promise of America, Chicago Historical Society, February 12, 1996–February 13, 1997, co-curators John H. Rodehamel and Thomas F. Schwartz. American Quarterly 51 (December 1999): 871–81.
Hardeman, Martin J. Review of The Lincoln Mailbag: America Writes to the President, 1861–1865, edited by Harold Holzer. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 93 (Spring 2000): 115–16.
Hardy, Jr., James D. Review of Political Prisoners and the Myth of Confederate Constitutionalism, by Mark E. Neely, Jr. Civil War Book Review 2 (June/July 2000): 38–39. Page  [End Page 61]
Harris, James Russell. Review of Lincoln at Home: Two Glimpses of Abraham Lincoln's Domestic Life, by David Herbert Donald. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Autumn 2000): 225–26.
Hattaway, Herman. Review of Frank Blair: Lincoln's Conservative, by William E. Parrish. Missouri Historical Review 94 (April 2000): 353–54.
Heiss, Mary Ann. Review of Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War, by Howard Jones. Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 153–54.
Holzer, Harold. Review of Bite-Size Lincoln: Wit and Wisdom from the Frontier President, compiled by John P. Holmes and Karen Baki. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 98–99.
———. Review of Lincoln On Lincoln, edited by Paul Zall. Blue & Gray 28 (Fall 2000): 26.
Howe, Daniel Walker. Review of Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, by Allen C. Guelzo. American Historical Review 105 (October 2000): 1312–13.
Inscoe, John C. Review of Southern Unionists Pamphlets and the Civil War, edited by John Wakelyn. Civil War History 46 (December 2000): 344–46.
Lewis, Gene D. Review of Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War, by Howard Jones. Filson Club Historical Quarterly 74 (Summer 2000): 278–79.
Long, David E. Review of Re-Electing Lincoln: The Battle for the 1864 Presidency, by John Waugh. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 46–47.
Mattson, Gregory L. Review of The Burden of Confederate Diplomacy, by Charles M. Hubbard. Florida Historical Quarterly 78 (Winter 2000): 382–84.
McGlone, Robert E. Review of "'Right or Wrong, God Judge Me': The Writings of John Wilkes Booth, edited by John Rhodehamel and Louise Taper. The Journal of American History 86 (December 1999): 1342–44.
McGregor, Deborah Kuhn. Review of Lincoln as I Knew Him: Gossip, Tributes, and Revelations from his Best Friends and Worst Enemies, edited by Harold Holzer. Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 155–56.
McPherson, James M. Review of Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream, by Lerone Bennett, Jr. The New York Times Book Review (August 27, 2000): 12–13. Page  [End Page 62]
Morton, John D. Review of Lincoln's Journalist: John Hay's Anonymous Writings for the Press, 1860–1864, edited by Michael Burlingame. Civil War History 45 (September 1999): 284–85.
Naragon, Michael. Review of The Two American Presidents: A Dual Biography of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, by Bruce Chadwick. Civil War History 46 (March 2000): 63–64.
Neely, Mark E., Jr. Review of Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War, by Howard Jones. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 93 (Autumn 2000): 336–39.
Osthaus, Carl R. Review of Inside Lincoln's White House: The Complete Civil War Diary of John Hay, edited by Michael Burlingame and John R. Turner Ettlinger, and Inside the White House in War Times: Memoirs and Reports of Lincoln's Secretary, by William O. Stoddard, edited by Michael Burlingame. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 93 (Autumn 2000): 333–36.
Oszuscik, Philippe. Review of Errant Bronzes: George Grey Barnard's Statues of Abraham Lincoln, by Frederick C. Moffatt. Filson Club History Quarterly 73 (October 1999): 396–98.
Owens, Patricia Ann. Review of Abraham Lincoln the Writer: A Treasury of His Greatest Speeches and Letters, compiled and edited by Harold Holzer. School Library Journal 45 (June 2000): 167.
Pearson, Daniel E. Review of The Surrogate Assassin, by Christopher Leppek. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 98.
Pederson, William D. Review of The Whirlwind of War: Voices of the Storm, 1861–1865, by Stephen B. Oates. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 40.
Pinsker, Matthew. Review of Abraham Lincoln, Constitutionalism, and Equal Rights in the Civil War Era, by Herman Belz. Civil War History 46 (March 2000): 59–60.
Prichard, James M. Review of When the Bells Tolled for Lincoln: Southern Reaction to the Assassination, by Carolyn L. Harrell. Filson Club History Quarterly 73 (October 1999): 400–2.
Prokopowicz, Gerald J. Review of Lincoln on Lincoln, edited by Paul M. Zall. Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 154–55.
———. Review of The Lincoln Mailbag: America Writes the President, 1861–1865, edited by Harold Holzer. Civil War History 45 (September 1999): 254–55.
Rable, George C. Review of Lincoln's Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation, by William C. Davis. Reviews in American History 27 (September 1999): 414–20. Page  [End Page 63]
Rakestraw, Donald. Review of The Burden of Confederate Diplomacy, by Charles M. Hubbard. Civil War History 45 (September 1999): 278–79.
Rawley, James A. Review of Lincoln and His Contemporaries, edited by Charles M. Hubbard. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 100–1.
———. Review of Lincoln: A Foreigner's Quest, by Jan Morris. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Autumn 2000): 227–28.
Robertson, Jr., James I. Review of The Two American Presidents: A Dual Biography of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, by Bruce Chadwick. The Historian 62 (Summer 2000): 864–65.
Rogstad, Steven K. Review of Meeting Mr. Lincoln, edited by Victoria Radford. Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 185–86.
———. Review of Speaking of Abraham Lincoln, by Martin D. Tullai. Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 183–84.
Rosa, Todd Antony. Review of Lincoln and His Contemporaries, edited by Charles Hubbard. Civil War History 46 (March 2000): 61–62.
Rothstein, Edward. "Defending Lincoln's Legacy from a Confederacy of Culture Warriors." Review of On Hallowed Ground, by John Patrick Diggins. New York Times (October 28, 2000): B1.
Schroeder-Lein, Glenna. Review of The Salmon P. Chase Papers. Volume 4: Correspondence, April 1863–1864, edited by John Niven, James P. McClure, Leigh Johnsen, and Kathleen Norman. Ohio History 108 (Summer–Autumn 1999): 202–3.
Simms, Jr., L. Moody. Review of Lincoln Seen and Heard, by Harold Holzer. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Autumn 2000): 239–40.
Steers, Jr., Edward. Review of Southern Rights: Political Prisoners and the Myth of Confederate Constitutionalism, by Mark E. Neely, Jr. Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 158–60.
———. Review of It Didn't Happen the Way You Think—The Lincoln Assassination: What the Experts Missed, by Robert Lockwood Mills. North & South 3 (January 2000): 82–83.
———. Review of Lincoln as I Knew Him, edited by Harold Holzer. North & South 3 (January 2000): 86–87.
———. Review of Lincoln's Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation, by William C. Davis. North & South 2 (June 1999): 89–90.
Stowell, Daniel W. Review of "'Don't Shoot That Boy!' Abraham Lincoln and Military Justice, by Thomas P. Lowry. Civil War History 46 (June 2000): 162–63. Page  [End Page 64]
Strozier, Charles. Review of Lincoln On Lincoln, by Paul M. Zall. South Carolina Historical Magazine 101 (October 2000): 346–47.
Taylor, Richard S. Review essay of Herndon's Informants: Letters, Interviews, and Statements about Abraham Lincoln, edited by Douglas L. Wilson and Rodney O. Davis; Lincoln before Washington: New Perspectives on the Illinois Years, by Douglas L. Wilson; and Honor's Voice: The Transformation of Abraham Lincoln, by Douglas L. Wilson. Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 21 (Summer 2000): 44–68.
Temple, Wayne C. Review of A Reporter's Lincoln, by Walter B. Stevens, edited by Michael Burlingame. Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 187–88.
———. Review of Lincoln's Photographs: A Complete Album, by Lloyd Ostendorf, Lincoln Herald 101 (Winter 1999): 184–85.
———. Review of Robert Todd Lincoln: A Man in His Own Right, by John S. Goff. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 42.
———. Review of The Salmon P. Chase Papers, vol. 5, edited by John Niven. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 43–44.
———. Review of Think Anew, Act Anew: Abraham Lincoln on Slavery, Freedom, and Union, edited by Brooks D. Simpson. Lincoln Herald 102 (Spring 2000): 41.
Voss-Hubbard, Mark. Review of The Lincoln Forum: Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg, and the Civil War, edited by John Y. Simon, Harold Holzer, and William D. Pederson. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Summer 2000): 153–54.
Walch, Timothy. Review of Lincoln On Lincoln, edited by Paul M. Zall. Journal of Illinois History 3 (Summer 2000): 155–56.
Waldrep, Christopher. Review essay of Abraham Lincoln, A Constitutional Biography, by George Anastaplo. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 92 (Summer 2000): 208–13.
Wetta, Frank. Review of Abraham Lincoln, Constitutionalism, and Equal Rights in the Civil War Era, by Herman Belz. Journal of Southern History 65 (November 1999): 868–69.
Williams, Frank J. Review of Honor's Voice: The Transformation of Abraham Lincoln, by Douglas L. Wilson. Lincoln Herald 102 (Summer 2000): 96–98.
Wood, Gordon S. Review of On Hallowed Ground: Abraham Lincoln and the Foundations of American History, by John Patrick Diggins. New Republic (October 30, 2000): 38–43.
Zebrowski, Carl. Review of Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Di-Page  [End Page 65]vided, written, directed, and produced by David Grubin. Civil War Times Illustrated 39 (February 2001): 8.

Theses

Sandvick, Gina. Congress and the Changing Lincoln Myth from 1950–2000. Otterbein Distinction Program. Westerville, Oh.: Otterbein College, 2000.

Books/CD-ROM/DVD/Video Productions

Baker, James T. Abraham Lincoln: The Man and the Myth, volume three of Creators of the American Mind Series. Fort Worth, Tex: Harcourt College Publishers, 1999.
Bennett, Lerone. Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream. New York: Johnson Publishing, 1999.
Boritt, Gabor, ed. The Lincoln Enigma: New Perspectives at the Dawn of the Millennium. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Burlingame, Michael, ed. With Lincoln at the White House: Letters, Memoranda, and Other Writings of John G. Nicolay, 1860–1865. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000.
———. At Lincoln's Side: John Hay's Civil War Correspondence and Selected Writings. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000.
Caseley, Judith. Praying to A.L. New York: Greenwillow Books, 2000.
Davis, Cullom and Martha L. Brenner, eds. The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln Complete Documentary Edition. 3 DVD volume set. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2000.
Davis, William C. Lincoln's Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation. New York: Free Press, 1999.
Diggins, John Patrick. On Hallowed Ground: Abraham Lincoln and the Foundations of American History. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2000.
Dodge, Daniel Kilham. Abraham Lincoln: The Evolution of His Literary Style. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2000.
Donald, David Herbert. Lincoln Reconsidered: Essays on the Civil War Era. 3rd ed. New York: Vintage Books, 2001.
Fischer, Roger. Lincoln 101: Teaching Lincoln to College Freshmen. Historical Bulletin Number 54. Beaver Dam, Wis.: Lincoln Fellowship of Wisconsin, 2000. Page  [End Page 66]
Freeman, Aileen Sallom. Lincoln: The Northeastern Pennsylvania Connection. Paupack, Pa.: FOSI, 2000.
Frost, Forest and Scott Stadler. Intensive Archeological Resource Inventory of Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, Spencer County, Indiana, 1997–1999: Results and Recommendations. Lincoln, Neb.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Midwest Archeological Service, 2000.
Gilmore, Frederic. The Lincoln Memorial: A Great President Remembered. Chanhassen, Minn.: Child's World, 2001.
Grabowski, John F. Abraham Lincoln. Famous Figures of the Civil War Era Series. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2000.
Grieve, Victoria. Ford's Theater and the Lincoln Assassination. Alexandria, Va.: Parks & History Association, 2000.
Guinness, Os, ed. Character Counts: Leadership Qualities in Washington, Wilberforce, Lincoln, and Solzhenitsyn. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1999.
Harrison, Lowell Hayes. Lincoln of Kentucky. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2000.
Holzer, Harold, ed. Abraham Lincoln the Writer: A Treasury of his Greatest Speeches and Letters. Honesdale, Pa.: Boyds Mill Press, 2000.
———. Dying to Be Seen: The Lincoln Assassination in the Graphic Arts. Historical Bulletin Number 55. Beaver Dam, Wis.: Lincoln Fellowship of Wisconsin, 2000.
———. Lincoln Seen and Heard. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 2000.
Hudson, Gossie Harold. Abraham Lincoln and African Americans During the Civil War with Special Reference to William Florville. Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press, 1999.
Hull, Mary E. Mary Todd Lincoln: Tragic First Lady of the Civil War. Springfield, N.J.: Enslow, 2000.
Humes, James C., ed. The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln: A Treasury of Quotations, Anecdotes, and Observations. New York: Gramercy Books, 1999.
Jaffa, Harry V. A New Birth of Freedom: Abraham Lincoln and the Coming of the Civil War. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2000.
Johnson, Michael P. Abraham Lincoln, Slavery, and the Civil War: Selected Writings and Speeches. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Landy, Marc Karnis. Presidential Greatness. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2000. Page  [End Page 67]
Leidner, Gordon, ed. A Commitment to Honor: A Unique Portrait of Abraham Lincoln in His Own Words. Nashville, Tenn.: Rutledge Hill Press, 2000.
Leidner, Gordon. Abraham Lincoln: The Complete Book of Facts, Quizzes, and Trivia. Shippensburg, Pa.: Burd Street Press, 2001.
———. Lincoln on God and Country, with an Introduction by Michael Burlingame. Shippenburg, Pa.: White Mane Books, 2000.
Long, David E. Lincoln & Liberty: The Emergence of a President. Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books, 2000.
Mieder, Wolfgang. The Proverbial Abraham Lincoln: An Index to Proverbs in the Works of Abraham Lincoln. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
Morel, Lucas E. Lincoln's Sacred Effort: Defining Religion's Role in American Self-Government. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2000.
Neely, Mark E., Jr. Confederate Political Prisoners and the Myth of Southern Constitutionalism. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1999.
Neely, Mark E., Jr., and Harold Holzer. The Union Image: Popular Prints of the Civil War North. Jefferson: University of North Carolina Press, 2000.
Raatma, Lucas. Abraham Lincoln. Minneapolis, Minn.: Compass Point Books, 2000.
Reilly, John T. Abraham Lincoln's DNA and Other Adventures in Genetics. Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2000.
Russell, Lawrence Thomas. Abraham Lincoln: Our Sixteenth President. Eugene, Ore.: Russell Group, 2000.
St. George, Judith. In the Line of Fire: Presidents' Lives at Stake. New York: Holiday House, 1999.
Schwartz, Barry. Abraham Lincoln and the Forge of National Memory. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000.
Sheets, George R. The Grand Review: The Civil War Continues to Shape America. York, Pa.: Bold Print, 2000.
Simon, John Y., Harold Holzer, and William D. Pederson, eds. Lincoln, Gettysburg and the Civil War. Campbell, Calif.: Savas Woodbury Publishers, 1999.
Slotkin, Richard. Abe: A Novel of Abraham Lincoln's Youth. New York: H. Holt and Company, 2000.
Stoddard, William O. Inside the White House in War Times: Memoirs and Reports of Lincoln's Secretary, ed. Michael Burlingame. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000.
Sullivan, George. Abraham Lincoln. 'In Their Own Words'. New York: Scholastic Books, 2000. Page  [End Page 68]
———. Picturing Lincoln. New York: Clarion Books, 2000.
Walker, Pam. Abraham Lincoln. New York: Children's Press, 2001.
Walsh, John Evangelist. Moonlight: Abraham Lincoln and the Almanac Trial. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Williams, T. Harry. Lincoln and His Generals. New York: Gramercy Books, 2000.
Williams, Frank J. Abraham Lincoln, Civil Liberties and the Corning Letter. Bristol, R.I.: Roger Williams University School of Law, 2000. Page  [End Page 69]