Springfield, Ill. : Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, c2009-
Dates of Publication
Began in 2009.
Documents the law practice of Abraham Lincoln from 1836 to 1861. Includes documents for more than 5,600 cases and legal matters in which Lincoln participated. Users may search for cases by case name, participant, date, court, legal action, subject; or documents by document type, date, author or signer. Allows researchers to study Lincoln's development as a lawyer, trace the formation of the court system in the Midwest, research legal history and the development of law, and discover antebellum social history through court records. More than 1.5 million facts about cases and activities handled by Lincoln are available in this edition.
Title from caption (viewed on Aug. 12, 2009). Editors: Martha L. Benner, Cullom Davis, and Daniel Stowell ; associate editors: John A. Lupton ... [et al.].
Digital File Characteristics
System Details Note
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Continues a DVD-ROM resource of the same title.