Lincoln Legacy Lecture Series

History
8:05 am
Wed October 15, 2014

Lincoln Legacy Lecture Series To Focus On "Lincoln's Funeral"

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When Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in April 1865, it began a period of mourning that was emphasized in many communities as his funeral train made its way from Washington D.C. to Springfield.

The 17-hundred mile journey had an impact on the nation and certainly those who witnessed it.  But through various eyes, the passing of Abraham Lincoln was seen differently.  

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Lincoln Legacy Lecture Series
11:30 am
Mon November 18, 2013

Lincoln's Journey To Gettysburg

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The story of the Gettysburg Address began long before that day Abraham Lincoln stood at the speaker's platform and delivered those famous 272 words. 

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