The Roads that Lead to Lincoln contains an introduction and six chapters. Chapter One, "What have we done to Abe?" discusses some of the commercial and fictional ways that Lincoln's legacy, likeness, and name have been used, and perhaps abused, since his death. Chapter Two, "Lincoln's Life in Illinois," traces Lincoln's progress as a family man, a lawyer, and a politician during his years living in Illinois. Chapter Three, "Funeral Train," discusses his assassination and the return of his coffin from Washington, D. C. to Illinois. Click the image to the left to see the Introduction and the first page of Chapter One.