The University of Michigan libraries website has a large digital collection of work about Abraham Lincoln which was originally published by the Abraham Lincoln Association (ALA). As stated on the ALA website the mission of The Abraham Lincoln Association is "to preserve and make more accessible the landmarks associated with his life, and to actively encourage, promote, and aid the collection and dissemination of authentic information regarding all phases of his life and career." Visitors will find that the ALA has succeeded in their goal when they "Browse" the volumes of work available in electronic form on this site. There are "The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, 1953", "The Abraham Lincoln Association Serials", which includes "The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly, 1940-1952", "Bulletin of the Abraham Lincoln Association, 1923-1939", "Lincoln Centennial Association Addresses, 1909-1918", and the "Lincoln Monographs". In addition to browsing the volumes, visitors can perform "Simple Searches", "Boolean Searches" and "Proximity Searches".


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