Abraham Lincoln’s Missing Math Homework Found!

Read about how math teachers at the Illinois State University were able to rejoin a loose page of young Abraham Lincoln’s math problems with ten other surviving pages, in a post by ISU’s Media Relations. From the post: “The discovery of an 11th leaf of Lincoln’s oldest manuscript is an […]

Publication of the Founders Online Announced.

From the White House Blog: What was the original intent behind the Constitution and other documents that helped shape the nation? What did the Founders of our country have to say? Those questions persist in the political debates and discussions to this day, and fortunately, we have a tremendous archive […]

Publications Editor, U.S. Grant Papers

Assistant Editor of the U.S. Grant Papers Project Position Description Position Title: Publications Editor Number of Positions: 1 Area of Specialization: ONE-YEAR APPOINTMENT as Assistant Editor of the U.S. Grant Papers Project (July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014) Department: Library Department Profile: The University Libraries provide their communities of […]