We are pleased to make available this historic resource study, as part of our ongoing effort to provide comprehensive documentation for the historic structures and landscapes of National Park Service units in the Southeast Region. Following a field survey of park resources and extensive research, the project team updated the park's List of Classified Structures, developed historic contexts, and prepared a draft Historic Resource Study (HRS) in 1993. In 2000, Historian Brian F. Coffey updated the draft and prepared it for publication. Many individuals and institutions contributed to the successful completion of this work. We would particularly like to thank Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site Superintendent Kenneth E. Apschnikat, Former Superintendent Karren Brown, and Chief of Operations Gary Talley. This study was made possible through a cooperative agreement with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
Kirk A. Cordell
WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL
Last Updated: 22-Jan-2003