Archives: Abraham Lincoln

Gettysburg: Seven Score and Ten Years Ago

Four score and seven years ago…when President Lincoln uttered those words in November of 1863, the battle of Gettysburg, and the 50,000 lives it cost, were fresh on the nation’s mind. This hour, we’ll get an intimate look at the people who weathered the largest battle in North American history, with first-hand accounts compiled in a new volume.

Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War

Few figures in history have inspired as much study and interpretation as Abraham Lincoln. The sixteenth president is remembered in countless books and movies, as he lives on in our minds as Honest Abe, The Great Emancipator, and even the vampire hunter. Today, we’ll talk about Lincoln the politician.

Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War

Few figures in history have inspired as much study and interpretation as Abraham Lincoln. The sixteenth president is remembered in countless books and movies, as he lives on in our minds as Honest Abe, The Great Emancipator, and even the vampire hunter. Today, we’ll talk about Lincoln the politician.

Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War

Few figures in history have inspired as much study and interpretation as Abraham Lincoln. The sixteenth president is remembered in countless books and movies, as he lives on in our minds as Honest Abe, The Great Emancipator, and even the vampire hunter. Today, we’ll talk about Lincoln the politician.

A Conversation with Doris Kearns Goodwin; Bicyclists’ Rights

Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about about Abraham Lincoln’s leadership and Ohio’s contributions to the Civil War; and attorney Steve Magas will discuss the rights of bicyclists, driver education, and bicycle safety