A Lincoln Collection Christmas

Come to The Rolland Center for Lincoln Research for a special exhibit highlighting historic items depicting Christmas in Abraham Lincoln’s time. You will enjoy postcards illustrating artists’ renditions of Lincoln family Christmas celebrations, a Christmas lithograph from a December 26, 1863 “Harper’s Weekly,” and a November 1870 letter written by Mary Todd Lincoln discussing Christmas […]

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2022 Rolland Lecture Series: Agency & Urgency

Rolland Lecture Series: Agency & Urgency: Lincoln, the Black Community, and the Fight for Emancipation and Citizenship Presented by Susannah Koerber  September 22, 2022 at 7 p.m. EST The Friends of the Lincoln Collection of Indiana Announces the 2022 Rolland Lecture with Susannah Koerber: Susannah Koerber will be speaking on topics relating to Abraham Lincoln, […]

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2022 McMurtry Lecture

McMurtry Lecture: Lincoln in Private: What His Most Personal Reflections Tell Us About Our Greatest President Presented by Ronald C. White April 21, 2022 at 7 p.m.   The Friends of the Lincoln Collection of Indiana Announces the 2022 McMurtry Lecture with Ronald C. White: Ronald C. White will be speaking on topics from his […]

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Teaching about Lincoln and His Times

Teaching about Lincoln and His Times: A Conversation A Professional Development Opportunity for Educators Sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Collection Pre Register here What: A free event open to any elementary, middle, or high school teacher who is interested in discussing ways to teach about Lincoln and his times. When: Saturday, November 13 […]

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Lincoln at the Library: An Ordinary Man Made Extraordinary

Lincoln at the Library: An Ordinary Man Made Extraordinary Presented by Anne Moseley September 19, 2021 at 2 pm EDT Register in advance for this program: https://bit.ly/LATL2021 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 […]

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2021 McMurtry Lecture

2021 McMurtry Lecture
David S. Reynolds presents “Influences that Shaped Abraham Lincoln”

September 14, 2021    7 p.m. via Zoom

Register in advance for this lecture: https://bit.ly/McMurtry21

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Lincoln at the Library

Veterans, Comrades, and Leaders: African American Civil War Veterans in Northeastern North Carolina Presented by Hilary Green June 20, 2021 2 pm Dr. Hilary Green, Associate Professor of History, Department of Gender and Race Studies, University of Alabama will discuss “Veterans, Comrades, and Leaders: African American Civil War Veterans in Northeastern North Carolina” on Sunday, […]

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2020 McMurtry Lecture

“Lincoln and Democracy” Presented by Dr. Allen C. Guelzo September 8, 2020    7 p.m.   2020 McMurtry Lecture Dr. Allen Guelzo Presents “Lincoln & Democracy”   September 8, 2020    7 p.m. Register in advance for this lecture: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwlfu2rqTwoGtOebtpn4Enm-AwBNQbRLmCp After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the lecture. The […]

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2020 Rolland Lecture

2020 Annual Rolland Lecture Presented by C-SPAN’s Peter Slen Peter Slen is a Senior Executive Producer and Host at C-SPAN, having been there for over 20 years. He has hosted numerous programs including Washington Journal, The Communicators, Newsmakers, several book and political programs, and the monthly series In-Depth. Slen has not been shy about his pride for his hometown […]

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