An Abraham Lincoln Tribute
February 9, 2009
Cameron Brown, a senator in the Michigan state legislature and a member of the Michigan Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Committee, gave a talk at the Hauenstein Center’s Lincoln Bicentennial Lecture Series. The Center’s series was part of the annual conference of the Michigan Council for the Social Studies.
“An Abraham Lincoln Tribute”
Since a boyhood visit to Ford’s Theater in Washington, D.C. — where his relative Joseph Sessford collected tickets on the evening Abraham Lincoln was assassinated — Senator Brown has shared the fascination of countless Americans with our 16th president. He explores Lincoln’s life and what it means to us today.