...is the Henry R. Luce III Professor of the Civil War Era at Gettysburg College


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The teaching company presents: America's Founding Fathers

In collaboration with Smithsonian Museums, The Teaching Company presents Allen C. Guelzo in America's Founding Fathers, a deep dive into the creation of the U.S. Constitution as it actually happened. Using the Founding Fathers as a lens through which to see powerful truths about the early political history of the United States, you'll better understand both the document under which Americans live, and the issues and people who brought it into being. The thirty-six half-hour-long lectures will focus, one-by-one on the roles of individual Founders, some of them well-known (Washington, Madison, Hamilton, Jefferson, Franklin), a few who were obscure (James McHenry, Thomas Mifflin, David Brearley), and the occasional scoundrel (Aaron Burr). Using biography as the tool, you'll meet the Founders one-by-one, lecture-by-lecture.

New Release Pricing: 70% Off full price: DVD Full price: $384.95

DVD Sale price: $114.95 - Audio CD Sale price: $84.95

Video Download Sale price: $84.95 - Audio Download Sale price: $49.95


Eight weeks on the New York Times Bestseller list

the 2014 Lincoln Prize

The 2014 guggenheim-lehrman prize in military history

the fletcher pratt award of the new york city civil war round table

the richard harwell award of the atlanta civil war round table
 

"Guelzo is one of our most accomplished Civil War historians, and one of the country’s foremost Lincoln scholars. He is the first two-time winner of the Lincoln Prize—in 2000 for Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President and in 2005 for Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation: The End of Slavery in America, the definitive treatment of that document. In addition, Guelzo’s prose is graceful and erudite—indeed, almost poetic. He is as comfortable with military topics as he is with the political, social, and economic aspects of the war and its aftermath."  

Mackubin Thomas Owens, The Weekly Standard

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