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Reserve Now for Next Overbeck Lecture
Places of Protest: The Struggle for
Women's Suffrage in the Nation's Capital
Elizabeth A. Novara
Monday, March 9, 2020
I am writing to let you all know about the upcoming Abraham Lincoln Institute symposium at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, March 21. Tickets are free and can be obtained here:
The speakers/topics are:
Carl J. Guarneri, "Dana’s Lincoln: A War Department Insider’s View of the President and Commander-in-Chief"
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