Although Americans collected personal objects related to the president immediately after his death, Zeitz maintains that their study of the sixteenth president inspired the rise of Lincolniana
and America's fascination with Lincoln.
Walt Whitman is the master of Lincolniana
Herndon, October 28, 1866, Box 1, the Herndon-Weik Collection of Lincolniana
, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
In the vast literature of Lincolniana
, an honorable if somewhat unconventional place will be made for it.
The student strike of 1930 and the university's repository of Lincolniana
are also explored.
en que va quedando la expresion lincolniana
de la democracia?
Sheet Music about Lincoln, Emancipation, and the Civil War from the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
and The Frederick Douglass Papers at the Library of Congress have sources that illustrate the social and political culture during his time through publications and non published works.
Mounted in celebration of the Lincoln bicentennial, the exhibit includes letters, manuscripts, printed works, photographs and ephemera of the 16th president and pays homage to the adherents of Lincolniana
(the collecting of Lincoln artifacts).
The Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission website is the official headquarters for Lincolniana
Para afirmar sus intenciones, despues de hacer el juramento sobre una ennoblecida Biblia lincolniana
del siglo XIX, el presidente Obama declaro que cerraria la carcel de Guantanamo, lugar de violacion de los derechos humanos y que, ademas, retiraria las tropas emplazadas en territorio iraqui.
He gained entree to memorabilia collectors such as Louise Taper of Beverly Hills, who owns one of the largest private collections of Lincolniana
and rivaling Elvis and the British royals, "Hitler" as a title word in an online search produced 1564 books published during the year 2000 alone, adding to the 120,000 already in publication.