LITERATURE THAT CONTRIBUTED TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S GREATNESS
- Thursday, July 11
- 1 – 2:30 pm
- Bryce Stenzel, historical interpreter, Presenter
In this interactive session, with costumed historical interpreter Bryce Stenzel, the audience will learn about several of the books Abraham Lincoln read as he grew from childhood to adulthood, and how they profoundly affected both his life, and his writing. Included in the discussion are: Parson Weem’s “Life of Washington,” “Pilgrim’s Progress,” “The Arabian Nights,” “Aesop’s Fables” and more.
Registration deadline is 6/29. FREE for veterans and VINE members, $5 for general public.