Lincoln at Gettysburg

Special Sesquicentennial Program -- Still Available because of Popular Demand

We have completed the Civil War Sesquicentennial which marked -- among other events -- the 150th Anniversary of the Battle at Gettysburg and Lincoln's most famous speech. The response to "Lincoln at Gettysburg" was so enthusiastic that The Lincoln Project continues to make it available as a special program that you can book today!

What does it all mean?

This is the question asked by the entire country -- North and South alike -- and by Lincoln himself. The President has come to the small Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg to "make a few appropriate remarks" at the dedication of the new cemetery. So many men fought and died on this ground. As Lincoln ponders his notes for the speech, the audience learns about the cost of war, the price of freedom, and the self-sacrifice of the common soldier. Just what is America worth?

A moving presentation that will both educate and enthrall.

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