An original: the last image of Lincoln painted from life. See other fine art pieces from the Collection. Explore Fine Art
"When Freedom Came: Emancipation and the Question of Timing," a lecture celebrating the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth, can now be viewed online. View other Lincoln programs held at the Allen County Public Library at Internet Archive.
A weekly show where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at 20 facts about Abraham Lincoln. Read More
By early 1865, the end of the Civil War was finally in sight. Learn more about the final weeks of the war and the actions of Grant, Lee, and their armies that ultimately led to the fall of the Confederacy. Find the link at the bottom of this page or by following this link: Read More
On the morning of April 15, 1865, Lincoln died of his wound from an assassin's bullet. From that day until his burial in Springfield on May 4, a stunned nation focused on the death and funeral of its President. To learn more about Lincoln's assassination and how the nation mourned, view "O moody, tearful night!" and "We Mourn a Martyred Father".
View items from the collection, learn about Lincoln and his times, and connect with other Lincoln enthusiasts through the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection's social media pages. Just follow the links at the bottom of any page on the website!