The Lincoln Memorial Shrine is part of the Special Collection Division of A.K. Smiley Public Library. Research collections include original manuscripts, newspapers, photographs, artifacts, and ephemeral materials, as well as books, magazines, and journals. These remarkable collections are available to scholars, students, and researchers who are interested in learning more about Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
The research center is located in the Heritage Room of Smiley Library. To make a research appointment, submit a request via the online portal, or by calling (909)798-7632 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointments are available Tuesday – Saturday 10am-12pm & 1-5pm and will only be finalized when confirmed by Special Collections staff.
Are you on the calendar committee for your group or organization? Do you need a history outing for your school group?
The Lincoln Memorial Shrine conducts tours for groups of 12 or more people Tuesday – Saturday from 9:30am to Noon.
If your group is interested in a group tour, please contact the Heritage Room at (909)798-7632 or email@example.com.
Lincoln Shrine Activity Worksheet
Abraham Lincoln Timeline Activity
Three Branches of Govt Activity
Inland Empire Civil War Round Table
Are you interested in learning more about the Civil War?
Join the Inland Empire Civil War Round Table or find them on Facebook.
More Historical Resources
Are you interested in visiting other sites related to Abraham Lincoln? Visit the White House Historical Association’s “Sharing White House History about Abraham Lincoln” to discover Lincoln-related sites to add to your next road trip.
To learn more about the Civil War in southern California, visit the Drum Barracks Civil War Museum in Wilmington and Fort Tejon State Historic Park in Lebec.
If you’ll be visiting northern California, don’t miss the Fort Point National Historic Site and the Presidio in San Francisco, or explore the online resources of the California State Military Museum.