To learn more about collecting the material culture of Abraham Lincoln and his times, please visit The Rail Splitter, a national Abraham Lincoln organization that issues a quarterly journal and provides valuable resources for collectors and scholars alike.

The Library of Congress is the foremost repository of Americana in the nation that includes some of the most important Lincolniana extant. The Library has also been gracious enough to loan important documents for this exhibition.

Federal Hall National Memorial. The site of this exhibition, the building sits on the site where George Washington took his first Oath of Office in 1789. The present structure, a 1840s Greek Revival, served first as a customs house. In 1862, Abraham Lincoln designated the building a sub-treasury.

The Abraham Lincoln Institute: a professional organization that provides free, ongoing education on the life, career, and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln.