National History Day: Taking a Stand

"The Montgomery Meeting."

Newspaper from May. 26, 1865

General Orders, No. 69, War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 17, 1865

General Orders, No. 69

Newspaper from Apr. 17, 1865

General Order No. 27 April 17, 1865

General Order No. 27

Letter from Apr. 17, 1865

Letter Soliciting Donations

Letter Soliciting Donations

Letter from Apr. 26, 1865

Subscription for a Tribute of Respect to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln, Late President of the United States

Subscription for a Tribute of Respect

Document from 1865

Abraham Lincoln, a Speech

Abraham Lincoln, a Speech

Document from Late December 1865

Resolutions Passed on the Death of President Lincoln

Resolutions Passed on the Death of President Lincoln

Newspaper from Apr. 22, 1865

Treasury Department Ordinance

Treasury Department Ordinance

Document from Apr. 17, 1865

Proclamation by the Mayor of Milwaukee

"The Great Crime at Washington"

Document from Apr. 16, 1865

Important Order from D.C.

Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1865

Students of Italy Mourn Lincoln - Brownlow's Knoxville Whig

Students of Italy Mourn Lincoln

Newspaper from Jun. 21, 1865

"Why It Was the People Loved Abraham Lincoln"

Newspaper from Apr. 19, 1865

Tolling of the Bells - Cleveland Daily Leader

Tolling of the Bells

Newspaper from Apr. 17, 1866

Treasury Department Ordinance

Treasury Department Ordinance

Document from Apr. 17, 1865

United States Military Telegraph of Gideon Welles, Sec. Navy, St. Inigoes, to Com. F. A. Parker, April 16, 1864 [1865]

Telegraph: Fire a Gun in Honor

Letter from Apr. 16, 1865

"Citizens' Meeting at Odd Fellows' Hall."

Newspaper from Apr. 22, 1865

Proclamation! By Mayor Senter

Proclamation! By Mayor Senter

Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1865

9th Union League Regiment waiting for the body of the President

9th Union League Regiment waiting for the body of the President

Photograph from 1865

Funeral of Abraham Lincoln at the Vault

Funeral of Abraham Lincoln at the Vault

Photograph from 1865-05-04

Hearse and Coffin in Philadelphia

Hearse and Coffin in Philadelphia

Photograph from April 1865

Letter of E. Rothesay Miller,

E. Rothesay Miller to Theodore Freeley Gale

Letter from May. 4, 1865

Cornerstone of Third County Courthouse, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Ohio

Cornerstone of Third Cuyahoga County Courthouse

Physical Object from Apr. 15, 1865

Photograph – Home of Lincoln Draped in Black

Home of Lincoln Draped in Black

Photograph from May. 4, 1865

Memorial Address: Life and Character of Abraham Lincoln</br> By George Bancroft

Memorial Address by George Bancroft

Document from February 12, 1866