Tag: abraham lincoln museum

  • Civil War Odds & Ends: September 28, 2008

    I haven’t done an Odds & Ends entry in several weeks, so let’s see what’s happening in the Civil War blogosphere and beyond. TOCWOC recently made it onto a list of “100 Awesome Blogs for History Junkies” listed in an unusual place.  It’s nice to be recognized from time to time!  I tried to recommend […]

  • Civil War Odds & Ends: July 26, 2008

    Yesterday’s Odds & Ends took a look at the latest in the Civil War blogosphere.  As promised, here is a bonus Odds & Ends covering the rest of the latest Civil War news across the rest of the World Wide Web.  I am also going to start calling this column “Civil War Odds & Ends” […]

  • Civil War Talk Radio: June 13, 2008

    Air Date: 061308 Subject: The History of the Lincoln Museum in Fort Wayne, Indiana Web Site: The Lincoln Museum Book: Did Lincoln Own Slaves?: And Other Frequently Asked Questions About Abraham Lincoln Guest: None. See the summaries. Summary: Gerry Prokopowicz covers the history of the Lincoln Museum in Fort Wayne, Indiana, scheduled to close on […]

  • Civil War Talk Radio: August 26, 2005

    Air Date: 082605 Subject: Harold Holzer: Right Makes Might Books: Lincoln at Cooper Union: The Speech That Made Abraham Lincoln President (Simon & Schuster Lincoln Library) & The Lincoln-Douglas Debates: The First Complete, Unexpurgated Text Guest: Harold Holzer Summary: Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer presents a new look at a long overlooked work by Abraham Lincoln, […]

  • Civil War Talk Radio: May 27, 2005

    Air Date: 052705 Subject: Thomas F. Schwartz: Behind the Scenes at the Lincoln Presidential Museum Site: Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum Guest: Thomas F. Schwartz Summary: Dr. Thomas F. Schwartz, Illinois State Historian, describes the creation of the new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum in Springfield, Illinois. Brett’s Summary: Tom Schwartz discusses the ideas and execution behind […]