Articles with keyword "Abraham Lincoln"
McPherson's books capture the complexity of the Civil War and the connections between battlefront and home front.
A cache of documents sheds light on the author of the Emancipation Proclamation and his fifteen-year legal career.
The story of Harriet Jacobs, fugitive slave, author, and relief worker, unfolds in a new book.
Several of our Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant awardees have received media attention in recent weeks.
Composed during World War II, Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait reflects the mood of the times during which it is performed.
Thaddeus Stevens was a fearsome reformer, who never backed down from a fight.
Journalist Andrew Ferguson and NEH Chairman Bruce Cole discuss America's love-hate relationship with our sixteenth president.