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September 08, 2004

The Lincoln Simulacrum

early_lincoln John Wilkes Booth's Cervical Vertebrae

Portrait of a Young Man. (Read there also of the methods used to analyze daguerreotype)

Lincoln as Historical Teen Idol

Recovering Lincoln’s voice

Lincoln/Net presents historical materials from Lincoln's Illinois years (1830-1861), including materials illuminating antebellum Illinois

The new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Philip Dick's novel “We Can Build You” features a simulacrum of President Abraham Lincoln used to both comic and profound effect. Here’s the Abe Lincoln Simulacrum Idea. (Btw, "Reality is becoming more like a Philip Dick novel all the time"...)

Many More Unusual Links About Abraham Lincoln and About Richard Nixon Here

September 8, 2004 in Americana - Abraham Lincoln | Permalink

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