Abraham Lincoln – A personal perspective of one of America’s Greatest Presidents
In commemoration of Lincoln’s birth on Feb. 12th, 1809, Mr. Holden will give a special presentation with photos, Lincoln books, and objects about President Lincoln, his life and Presidency, ending in his tragic assassination in April of 1865.
Several movie clips will be shown demonstrating how we have come to look at this great man in so many different ways since the early 20th century.
We will also discuss why some statues of Lincoln have been attacked and defaced by ignorant, misguided, Americans.
Mr. Robert Holden, is a retired Ocean City Gifted/talented teacher (ret.-2006) and retired Senior Adjunct Professor of History, teaching WC 1, WC 2, and his own created Holocaust and Genocide Studies Course at ACCC’s Cape May County campus. (ret. -2016)
He is on the board of the SJHC, the HPSUT and the Seaville Friends Meeting.
He has published several secondary history curriculum guides, one book (presentation at UT Library in December, (and is currently awaiting finalizing/publishing his second book about the Chinese diplomat, Feng-Shan Ho who saved thousands of Viennese Jews during the Holocaust by writing them visas to Shanghai. This will be a young adult non-fiction book.)
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