The J. Ardis Library at NE campus is honored to partner with history instructor Dr. Chloe Northrop and the NE history and philosophy departments to host Looking at Lincoln: Political Cartoons from the Civil War Era from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
From the Gilder Lehrman website:
This exhibition explores the Civil War and issues of slavery through political cartoons depicting Abraham Lincoln and his policies…As Americans continue to debate the legacy of slavery, these cartoons provide a historical point of reference for current events.
Click here for more highlights about the exhibit. Accompanying the exhibition is a book display featuring Civil War titles. The exhibit is located on the street level of the library from September 25 – October 25, 2017.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Chloe Northrop at firstname.lastname@example.org. Library contact is Twyla Reese-Hornsby at email@example.com
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