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Jeffrey J. Malanson is Assistant Professor of History at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. His research focuses on the ways the legacies and historical memory of the nation’s founders were used by Americans for a variety of political ends.
Topics: 1809-1865, 29th Annual Lincoln Colloquium
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Nicole Etcheson is Alexander M. Bracken Professor of History at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Her research focuses on the sectional crisis, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.
Topics: United States -- Politics and government -- 1861-1865, 29th Annual Lincoln Colloquium
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Jonathan W. White is Assistant Professor of American Studies at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia. His research focuses on the U.S. Constitution, the Civil War, and treason in American history.
Topics: United States. President (1861-1865 : Lincoln) Emancipation Proclamation, 29th Annual Lincoln...
In Bill Bartelt's new book, "Abe's Youth," he delves into the childhood of Abraham Lincoln and its influence on him as a leader and during times of trials and triumphs. Lincoln's time in Indiana was instrumental to shaping him into a leader. This journey into understanding Lincoln's childhood shows humble beginnings leading to a strong and focused leader. Bill Bartelt is a historian based out of Newburg, Indiana who focuses on Lincoln's time in the state. He has written and edited...
Topic: Abraham Lincoln
The Friends of the Lincoln Collection of Indiana Presents the 2022 McMurtry Lecture with Ronald C. White: Ronald C. White speakson topics from his newest book, Lincoln in Private: What His Most Personal Reflections Tell Us About Our Greatest President. The book won the 2021 Barondess/Lincoln award presented by the Civil War Round Table of New York for “the greater appreciation of the life and work of Abraham Lincoln.” Ronald C. White is also the author of two New York Times bestselling...
Topics: 2022 McMurtry Lecture, Abraham Lincoln
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by White, Ronald C. Jr
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Dr. Ronald C. White, Jr., a New York Times best-selling author on President Abraham Lincoln, presents the 2011 R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture
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by Klein, Fritz
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Nationally known Lincoln presenter, Fritz Klein presents a program focusing on the life of Abraham Lincoln.
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Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Abraham Lincoln presenter, Civil War Reenactor,...
The values each of us hold dear, and the choices we make as free individuals, are heavily influenced by what we draw from experience. An informed appreciation of history enables each of us to appropriate the wealth of accumulated human experience beyond our own. Abraham Lincoln lived a quarter century in Illinois. Throughout his life in Illinois he had an impact on the citizens and they had an impact on him. Learn how Lincoln developed key character traits that would make him the Great...
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, American Presidents
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by Holzer, Harold
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Harold Holzer, one of the country’s leading authorities on Abraham Lincoln and the political culture of the Civil War era, provides insight and examples of how the image of Abraham Lincoln changed between the years of 1863 and 1865. Holzer traces the evolution of Lincoln from unknown to "secular saint" through a series of photographs, lithographs and paintings.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Early American Photography, Civil War
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by Schneider, Thomas E.
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A"Lincoln at the Library" presentation given on November 9, 2014 at the main branch of the Allen County Public Library. Dr. Thomas E. Schneider from the University of St. Francis explores the unprecedented 1864 wartime election and how it still resonates today.
Topics: Lincoln at the Library Series, Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan
Artist Wendy Allen explores her 35-year experience creating portraits of Abraham Lincoln. Wendy Allen painted her first portrait of Abraham Lincoln in 1983. The 16th president soon became the focus of her art, and she has painted hundreds of images of him. In 2007 she left a career in educational publishing to paint full time.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Rolland Lecture Series, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 -- Portraits.
April 1865 was a month that could have unraveled the nation. Instead, it saved it. Senior scholar of history and public policy at the University of Maryland, Jay Winik, offers a brilliant new look at the Civil War's final days that will forever change the way we see the war's end and the nation's new beginning. 2019 ACPL McMurtry Lecture recorded in the Allen County Public Library in Indiana, USA.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Siege of Richmond-Virginia, American Civil War, History
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by Mackie, Jr. Thomas D.
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Presented by Thomas D. Mackie, Jr., former director of the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. Americans’ memory of our 16th president dominates the over 70 museums, historic sites, archives, and libraries devoted to him. Scattered relics hoarded by groups of devoted Lincoln followers in the 19th and early 20th century created a pattern for his public memory and these museums’ collections, fashioning a merger between reverential shrines...
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Social aspects.
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by Madison, James H
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The first annual Rolland Lecture is presented by James H. Madison, Thomas and Kathryn Miller Professor Emeritus of History at Indiana University, Bloomington.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Rolland Lecture Series, Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Ethics.
The 2012 R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture is given by Professor Gary Gallagher, John L. Nau III Professor in the History of the American Civil War at the University of Virginia.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, United States Civil War, R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture
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by Burris, Michael
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Sergeant Michael Burris, Crime Scene Supervisor for the Fort Wayne Police Department, looks at the Lincoln assassination from today's police perspective.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Abraham Lincoln Assassination, Lincoln, Abraham,...
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by Dew, David
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Local historian David Dew gives a detailed description of the days immediately after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and the events leading up the capture of John Wilkes Booth.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, John Wilkes Booth, Abraham Lincoln Assassination,...
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by Bartelt, William E
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He was born in Kentucky and started his professional life in Illinois, but Abraham Lincoln spent his boyhood, 1816 to 1830, in Indiana. Learn more about these years in Lincoln's life as William Bartelt presents the 2014 Rolland Lecture "Reflections of Lincoln's Youth in Indiana."
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Rolland Lecture Series, Lincoln, Abraham-- 1809-1865 -- Childhood and youth
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by Jolliff, David
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Dr. David Jolliff speaks on popular perceptions of Abraham Lincoln.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865
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In this 4th annual Rolland Lecture Series, David S. Reynolds, professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, draws comparisons to the lives of Abraham Lincoln and abolitionist, John Brown. Mr. Reynolds discusses events that led up to Lincoln's assassination and the political atmosphere that produced his assassin, John Wilkes Booth.
Topics: Rolland Lecture, Allen County Public Library, John Wilkes Booth, Civil War, Abraham Lincoln
The Hon. Roger Cosbey, retired Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, presents "The Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy Trials & Their Aftermath," an exploration of the trials of the seven conspirators arrested after President Lincoln's assassination and their outcomes. This program was the second in the 2017 Lincoln at the Library series and is supported by the Friends of the Allen County Public Library.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Lincoln at the Library Series
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The Ian and Mimi Rolland Foundation make a lead gift of $1 million toward a $5 million fund drive to create the Rolland Center for Lincoln Research at the Allen County Public Library. Speakers include Larry Rowland, former Chairman of Lincoln Reinsurance Companies and friend of Rolland Family, Greta Southard, Director of the Allen County Public Library, and Mimi Rolland.
Topics: Rolland Center for Lincoln Research, Allen County Public Library, Abraham Lincoln, Ian Rolland
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by Williams, Frank J.
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Lincoln scholar Frank J. Williams, a retired Rhode Island Supreme Court chief justice, discusses the Lincoln family’s move to Spencer County in southern Indiana in 1816, the year Indiana became a state. Williams also lectures about the Lincolns' movement from Kentucky to Indiana as part of the larger westward migration taking place in the United States at that time.
Topic: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 -- Childhood and youth., R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture
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Margaret Hobson has researched the 44th Indiana Civil Regiment extensively and has published three books about this brave group of men from Northeast Indiana. She will shares what she has learned about the first commander of the Regiment, Colonel Hugh B. Reed. Before the war, Reed operated Fort Wayne’s first drugstore at the Landing and Calhoun Street. During the war, he fought in the battles of Fort Donelson and Shiloh.
Topics: Lincoln at the Library Series, Abraham Lincoln, Civil War Regimental Histories, 44th of Indiana
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by Gabbard, Sara V
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Sara Gabbard, Executive Director of the Friends of the Lincoln Collection of Indiana, Inc., presents a talk on President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Lincoln delivered his address on the afternoon of Thursday, November 19, 1863, at the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, four and a half months after the Union victory at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Gettysburg Address, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865....
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by Malanson, Jeffrey & Kuebler-Wolf, Elizabeth & Bartky, Elliot
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This panel discussion commemorates the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Panelists investigate the context and effects of the Proclamation and offer varying perspectives—political, historical, and cultural—on the Proclamation.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 -- Manuscripts,...
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by William E. Bartelt, Dr. Brian Dirck, Dr. Nicole Etcheson
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In celebration of the bicentennial of Indiana statehood and the arrival of the Lincoln family in Indiana, historian William Bartelt, Dr. Brian Dirck, and Dr. Nicole Etcheson will present a program on “The Emergence of Lincoln: Because of or In Spite of his Hoosier Roots?”
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Indiana History, Friends of the Lincoln Collection...
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Follow Lincoln's body as it travels from Washington to Springfield in 1865. Watch as Lincoln's tomb is built, rebuilt, and rebuilt yet again. Hear about the bizarre circumstances of Lincoln's casket being opened five times and moved approximately fifteen times after his arrival in Springfield.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Friends of the Allen County Public Library, Abraham Lincoln's Tomb, Abraham...
Civil War expert Jay Crisp explores Abraham Lincoln's continuing prominence in American history and discusses why Lincoln still matters today.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, History: United States, Civil War Period, 1861-1865.
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by Burlingame, Michael
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Abraham Lincoln biographer Dr. Michael Burlingame presents the 2010 R. Gerald McMurtry lecture.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 -- Anecdotes, Presidents -- United States --...
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by Guelzo, Allen C.
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The word democracy occurs only 137 times in the collected writings of Abraham Lincoln. But nothing for Lincoln could be "as clearly true as the truth of democracy." So, when the thunderous cloud of Civil War broke over his presidency, Lincoln had no hesitation in portraying the struggle as a contest, not over constitutional niceties, or even over slavery, but over the basic principle of democracy itself and "whether a constitutional republic, or a democracy -- a government of the...
Topics: R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture, Democracy, Lincoln at the Library Series, Allen County Public Library,...
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Hoosiers like to think that our greatest president derived his greatness from his youth growing up in Indiana. In fact, Abraham Lincoln rejected many of the values of 19th-century Indiana. Indiana was a Democratic state; Lincoln was a Whig. Indiana was a black law state, with legal discriminations against African Americans; Lincoln’s policies as president would end the black laws. Lincoln left Indiana at age 21 and like many a youth, he choose a path for his adult life that differed from his...
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Indiana History, Abraham Lincoln's Childhood, Spencer County Indiana, Lincoln at...
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by McPherson, James M.
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Guest Lecturer, James M. McPherson, PhD, explores President Abraham Lincoln's relationship to the American West and discusses Lincoln's lasting effect on the territory beyond the Mississippi River. This is a R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, History: United States, Civil War Period, 1861-1865, West (U.S.) --...
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by Gastineau, Jane E.
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Lincoln librarian Jane Gastineau presents some of the election releated materials drawn from the holdings of the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection of election tickets, pamphlets, cartoons, campaign newspapers and other ephemera.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln at the Library Series, Allen County Public Library, Lincoln Financial...
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by Gabbard, Sara
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Sara Gabbard, Executive Director of the Friends of the Lincoln Collection of Indiana, Inc., discusses the ten essays included in the book 1863: Lincoln's Pivotal Year, co-edited by Gabbard and Harold Holzer. This is program is part of the Rolland Lecture Series.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865...
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by Gastineau, Jane
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Jane Gastineau, Lincoln Librarian, discusses Lincoln's struggles with personal loss, conflicting duties and responsibilities, and family divisions and crises during the Civil War.
Topics: Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865, Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 -- Friends and...