A bloodstained piece of fabric highlights the true cost of freedom.
When Abraham Lincoln served in Congress, he encountered bills with titles both long and short.
A young Abraham Lincoln, still new to town, decides to run for office on a platform of investing in infrastructure.
A look back at the many identities Lincoln was given by the political cartoonists of his day.
Sometimes small bills can lead to big debates.
After four years of bloodshed, the leader of the nation still felt a need for reconciliation.
Politics were as unpredictable in the 19th century as they are today.
Abraham Lincoln's defendant seemed guilty of murder, but Lincoln had a trick up his sleeve.