Illinois History Conferences
The Conference on Illinois History offers a place for scholars to present their latest research into the state’s past, whether it involves Native Americans and early settlers, Abraham Lincoln and his contemporaries, or crusaders for social justice. Historians present their findings and then take part in lively conversations with the audiences. The conference also has sessions designed specifically for teachers, who can earn professional-development credits for participating.
Information on obtaining an internship at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
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Volunteering Opportunities at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
Help us tell the story of America’s greatest president by sharing the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln with guests from around the world. Great things are happening here. Become a volunteer today!
Lincoln Presidential Library Surname Index Search
Surname index of the biographical sketches in the Abraham Lincon Presidential Library's collection of Illinois county histories.
Lincoln Teacher Workshops
A primary goal of the ALPLM Education Department is to help teachers teach. To that end, teacher workshops are an important component of Education Department programming. Workshops are designed for educators in most subjects and in all grade levels unless otherwise indicated.
Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum Tickets
Purchase tickets to visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Lincoln Presidential Library Catalog Search
Public portal to search the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum collections.
Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum Foundation Membership & Donations
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation supports the educational and cultural programming of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum; fosters Lincoln scholarship through the acquisition and publication of documentary materials relating to Lincoln and his era; and promotes a greater appreciation of history through exhibits, conferences, publications, online services, and other activities designed to promote historical literacy.
Participate in Student History Day
Information for students to create websites, exhibits, skits, and research papers on topics of Illinois and local history for competition in regional history fairs.
Submission to Journal of Illinois History
Submission guidelines for publishing papers in the Journal of Illinois History. The articles, chosen by the journal’s editors and an advisory board, must present sound research that draws original conclusions about state history.
Plan Your School Visit
Information on planning a school visit, or group of 15 or more, to the Abraham Lincoln presidential Library and Museum.