Online Database: The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln (2nd Edition)
The Lincoln Legal Papers documents Lincoln’s active and successful professional life as a lawyer before he moved to Washington, D.C. in 1861. The site’s editors [have selected], annotate[d], and transcribe[d] material from 96,386 documents related to the 5,669 legal cases and activities of Lincoln’s varied legal career (Description via FREE).
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