A major new exhibition, Undying Words, Lincoln, 1858-1865, traces Lincoln’s evolving views on slavery and racial equality through five key speeches that he delivered between 1858 and 1865. Lincoln’s powerful words expressed an inner transformation that ultimately saved the nation and moved it closer to its founding ideals of human freedom and equality. This informative exhibit guide also includes all five of the key speeches, as well as color photographs of many of the artifacts within the exhibit.
80 pages. Size: 8" x 9".