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Further Reading from our eBook Collection
17th Annual Lincoln Lecture
When Lilacs Last Bloomed:
Reflections 150 Years After Lincoln's Assassination
A Musical Presentation of the Lincoln Poems of Walt Whitman
Read by Robert Gibby Brand,
Famed Kansas City actor and singer
Monday, February 16th
University of Saint Mary
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Further Reading from the Web
Lincoln and Whitman
Essay by David S. Reynolds about the relationship between Walt Whitman and Abraham Lincoln
Commentary essay by Gregory Eiselein from the Walt Whitman Archive
Civil War Washington
Civil War Washington allows users to study, visualize, and theorize the complex changes in the city of Washington, DC between 1860 and 1865 through a collection of datasets, images, texts, and maps.
Walt Whitman--Poet of the Nation
Whitman worked out lists of expressions for grief, suffering, and compassion to help formulate his poems of the Civil War.