February 4, 2013 Location: Gallatin County Public Library, 209 West Market Street, Warsaw, KY
Location: 
Gallatin County Public Library, 209 West Market Street, Warsaw, KY

Panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are: a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

January 14 – February 5, 2013 Location: Ridgeview Charter Middle School, 5340 Trimble Road, Sandy Springs, GA
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Ridgeview Charter Middle School, 5340 Trimble Road, Sandy Springs, GA

The panel exhibition Looking at Lincoln explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

January 14 – 28, 2013 Location: African American Museum of Nassau County, 110 North Franklin Street, Hempstead, NY
Location: 
African American Museum of Nassau County, 110 North Franklin Street, Hempstead, NY

The panel exhibition Looking at Lincoln explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

January 10 – February 5, 2013 Location: South Florida Fair, 9067 Southern Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Location: 
South Florida Fair, 9067 Southern Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33411

Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times, a traveling panel exhibition, illustrates that two centuries after his birth, Lincoln still speaks to Americans and the world. Raised on the Kentucky and Indiana frontiers, and formed by his experiences as a lawyer in Illinois, Lincoln wrestled with issues of race and rights, with the limits of political leadership, and with civil liberties during wartime.

January 3 – 31, 2013 Location: Byram Hills High School, 12 Tripp Lane, Armonk, NY
Location: 
Byram Hills High School, 12 Tripp Lane, Armonk, NY

Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times, a traveling panel exhibition, illustrates that two centuries after his birth, Lincoln still speaks to Americans and the world. Raised on the Kentucky and Indiana frontiers, and formed by his experiences as a lawyer in Illinois, Lincoln wrestled with issues of race and rights, with the limits of political leadership, and with civil liberties during wartime.

January 3 – 31, 2013 Location: Billings Farm & Museum, 69 Old River Road, Woodstock, VT
Location: 
Billings Farm & Museum, 69 Old River Road, Woodstock, VT

The panel exhibition Looking at Lincoln explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

July 30 – August 27, 2012 Location: Kansas City, MO
Location: 
Kansas City, MO

“Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times” illustrates that two centuries after his birth, Lincoln still speaks to Americans and the world. Raised on the Kentucky and Indiana frontiers, and formed by his experiences as a lawyer in Illinois, Lincoln wrestled with issues of race and rights, with the limits of political leadership, and with civil liberties during wartime. His administration advanced the idea of the United States as a single, unified nation, and he set an agenda for inclusive democracy that continues to have resonance today.

July 16, 2012 Location: Pasadena, TX
Location: 
Pasadena, TX

Professor Craig Symonds will lead this teacher workshop on Abraham Lincoln.

July 23, 2012 Location: Gettysburg, PA
Location: 
Gettysburg, PA

Professor Allen Guelzo will lead a teacher workshop on the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, and the Battle of Gettysburg.

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