This web site was developed to accompany the award-winning KET documentary “Lincoln, I, too, am a Kentuckian.” This original KET production first aired in 2008 as a Kentucky Life special. Special thanks to the KET production team and to the organizations and individuals that allowed KET to use Lincoln images and documents in the documentary. The 14-minute DVD “Lincoln: the Kentucky Years” was excerpted from “Lincoln, I, too, am a Kentuckian.”

Lesson Plans and Educator Resources

Lesson/idea card development: Katie Fraser Carpenter, Clara Fulkerson, Mary Henson

Layout and graphic design: Sara O’Keefe, Missy Miller

Lincoln and His Times Timeline

Design: Dave Hamon

Research/copy: Ben Allen

Image research: Sara O’Keefe

Abe Across Kentucky Quiz

Interactive design, graphics, and typography: Nathan Pinney

Technical consultant: Chuck Duncan

Map graphic: Missy Miller

Gettysburg Address Voice of Lincoln: Sam Waterston from the presentation Lincoln Seen and Heard, part of the “Lincoln Bicentennial Gala”

Creative direction/copy: Teresa Day

Web Site Production

Design: Dave Hamon

Copy: Ben Allen, Teresa Day

Production/image coordination: Sara O’Keefe

Video segment preparation: Matthew Crum

Additional research: Anthony Day

Project Manger

Teresa Day

Development of KET’s Lincoln web site materials was supported in part by grants from the Kentucky Historical Society and the Kentucky Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission.