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We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution
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The Lincoln Bicentennial homepage includes links to information and educational resources about Lincoln’s life and legacy, learning activities, and lesson plans for students and teachers. “What Was Abraham Lincoln’s Legacy to American Constitutionalism and Citizenship?” has been endorsed by the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission, the creators of www.lincoln200.gov.

Abraham Lincoln Online is a comprehensive guide to letters, speeches, and other primary documents by and about Lincoln, with links to websites that provide documents and other information pertaining to Lincoln, such as the Library of Congress and the National Archives.

http: //memory.loc.gov/ammem/alhtml/malhome.html
Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress includes approximately 10,000 documents and 61,000 images pertaining to Abraham Lincoln. Most of the documents are from 1850–1865.

The Education page of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois, includes information, educational resources, and programs about the life and time of Abraham Lincoln, with special emphasis on the bicentennial of Lincoln’s birth.

http: //www.historyplace.com/lincoln/index.html
The History Place has a section devoted to Abraham Lincoln, with a timeline, photos, quotations, and famous primary documents, such as the Emancipation Proclamation, the Gettysburg Address, and his first and second inaugural addresses.