See Dr. Guelzo teach a class, "Introduction to the american civil war era," at Gettysburg College on Abraham Lincoln, his views on slavery, and the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision.
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Abraham Lincoln's Record and Reputation Allen Guelzo, author of Redeeming the Great Emancipator, talked about President Lincoln’s record and reputation.
“Hating Lincoln, or, Why So Many Americans Think the Great Emancipator is No Longer Great or an Emancipator” was part of the annual Abraham Lincoln Symposium exploring the 16th president’s life, career, and legacy.
"Within weeks of the end of the Civil War, Robert E. Lee was indicted by a Federal court for treason. The possibility of a treason trial weighed so heavily on Lee that he even appealed to Ulysses S. Grant to have the indictment quashed. But was he, even technically, guilty as charged?"
SHS Alumni Profiles: Allen C. Guelzo
Lincoln is one of America’s best-loved presidents. Does he really need redemption? Allen C. Guelzo says yes, in his new book called, appropriately, Redeeming the Great Emancipator.
In a 10-minute conversation with The Bookmonger, Guelzo explains why Lincoln suffers a barrage of attacks today, what motivated him to issue the Emancipation Proclamation, and whether he was a racist and an atheist.
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with Bill Plante of CBS News at Ford's Theatre, April 15, 2015
"Lincoln's Strangest Document: The Cabinet Memorandum of August 23, 1864" Sacred Trust Lectures Series, July 2014, Gettysburg National Military Park
"Lincoln's Strangest Document: The Cabinet Memorandum of August 23, 1864" Despite Abraham Lincoln's best hopes at the start of 1864, the campaigns of that year did not seem to be bringing the end of the war any closer than those of the preceding years.
"Little Note Nor Long Remember? Why Do We Remember the Gettysburg Address?" Washington & Lee University, February 12, 2014
"Allen C. Guelzo, one of the nation's most distinguished scholars of Abraham Lincoln, delivers the keynote address for Washington and Lee University's observance of the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, in Lee Chapel. The title of Guelzo's talk is " 'Little Note nor Long Remember': Why Do We Remember the Gettysburg Address?"
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, February 27, 2008
"Who Won the Lincoln-Douglas Debates?" University of Nevada at Las Vegas, 2010
"Music in the Lincoln White House" February 9, 2013
"A LINCOLN PORTRAIT" - AARON COPLAND - SEPTEMBER 29, 2009
A World Premiere - Randol Bass: "A New Birth of Freedom"
This work was commissioned by the “President’s Own” Marine Band of Washington, DC in 2009, in anticipation of a special performance by that ensemble on the 200th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. This narrative piece features the recitation of Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg address. performance of the wind-ensemble version of this composition by the “President’s Own” Marine Band, under the baton of Lt. Col. Michael J. Colburn and with narration by Dr. Allen Guelzo.
in the East Room of the White House, with Avery Brooks:
the road to Emancipation, February 10, 2008
Start at 19:00 for "The Road to Emancipation"