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Abraham Lincoln has been the subject of a variety of works, including plays, poems, songs, music videos, movies, and countless academic studies and dissertations. Between 1940 and 1952, the Abraham Lincoln Association published 52 issues of "The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly," which contained original articles regarding all facets of Lincoln's life and the world in which he lived. The University of Michigan digitized all of these volumes and they are now available on this site. There are hundreds of articles here, but visitors might do well to start with the very first one from the very first volume: "When War Came in 1861." Another fascinating article is the piece "Italy and Lincoln" from March 1944, which addresses the response to Lincoln's assassination from the Italian people.
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