Individual Author Record
Name: Cullom DavisPen Name: None Genre: Audience: Adult; Born: 1935 in Aurora, Illinois
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Illinois ConnectionDavis lives in Springfield, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationCullom Davis is a Princeton graduate and received his doctorate in American history from the University of Illinois. He founded the nationally recognized Oral History Office at Sangamon State University - the predecessor to the University of Illinois Springfield. A founding faculty member at the university, he helped establish the MA program in public history as well. In addition to publishing numerous articles, Davis is the author of many books.
- Oral History From Tape to Type, American Library Association Editions, 1977
- The Public and the Private Lincoln: Contemporary Perspectives, Southern Illinois University Press, 1979
- The Prairie Bondman: A Corporate History of John Naveen & Co., Southern Illinois University Press, 1996,
- Memorial Days: A History of Community Partnerships, Southern Illinois University Press, 1997
- The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln: Complete Documentary Edition, University of Illinois Press, 2000,
- Heartland, Indiana University Press, 1988
Titles At Your Library
Oral History: From Tape to Type
ISBN: 0838902308 Amer Library Assn. 1977 Offers guidelines for the collection, processing, and dissemination of oral history and advice on the organization and administration of an oral-history program
The Public and the Private Lincoln: Contemporary Perspectives
ISBN: 0809309211 Southern Illinois University Press. 1979 Dust jacket tattered and torn. Boards edge worn.
The prairie bondman: A corporate biography of the John Nuveen Company on the occasion of its centennial celebration
ISBN: B0006QU0E4 The Company. 1996
Memorial days: A history of community partnerships, 1897-1997
ISBN: 096582960X Memorial Health System. 1997 Book by Davis, Cullom
LAW PRACTICE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
ISBN: 0252025660 University of Illinois Press. 2000
This landmark publication fills the last large gap in documenting the life of Abraham Lincoln: his quarter-century career as a general practice attorney in Illinois.
Gathering nearly 100,000 court documents from over 120 repositories and private collections, this invaluable resource provides full and convenient access to the complete documentary record of Lincoln=s legal career. The enhanced facsimile edition combines an enormous corpus of digitized documentary images with a custom-designed database, a comprehensive index, and an array of reference and background sections. A user can find cases and other legal materials in a variety of ways and search for historical topics such as African Americans, debt, railroads, and women as litigants. For each case a narrative summary is provided, along with subject entries and information about the various court levels in which it was tried.
Exhaustive in its coverage and meticulous in its accuracy, this authoritative electronic edition is indispensable to Lincoln scholars and admirers. A rich new source that documents a typical antebellum western law practice and the everyday disputes of thousands of citizens, The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln is also a boon for legal and social historians.