Contributing Editors for this page include Stacy Hoeflich Ranking #20 on the list of 150 Most Teachable Lincoln Documents Annotated Transcript Context. In the fall of 1859, Abraham Lincoln received an invitation from the Young Men’s Republican Club of New York to join a prominent speakers series designed to introduce likely presidential candidates and leading […]
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Here are some of the very best projects submitted in recent years by participants who joined the “Understanding Lincoln,” online graduate course. This course, organized around our site “Lincoln’s Writings,” is jointly sponsored by the House Divided Project at Dickinson College and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Please feel free to share these special multi-media […]
The following people have contributed a wide range of editorial content to the Lincoln’s Writings site. You can view their particular contributions by clicking on their names below. All of these editors have been graduate student participants in Matthew Pinsker’s “Understanding Lincoln,” online course from the Gilder Lehrman Institute, or undergraduate students in Pinsker’s American history classes at Dickinson […]
Nobody owns the phrase “historical thinking,” but the power of this idea for organizing expectations in the modern-day American K-12 classroom owes a great deal to set of determined scholars such as Sam Wineburg from Stanford University. Wineburg and his colleagues at the Stanford History Education Group have developed a series of fantastic resources for […]