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Organized by the National Constitution Center and the American Library Association
Public Programs, the exhibition in the Kentucky Museum was made possible by a major
grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Concluding Panel Discussion on Lincoln
The final Lincoln lecture took place Tuesday, December 6, 2011 in the Kentucky Museum.
Carol Crowe-Carraco, Nancy Baird, Patricia Minter, and Cecile Garmon discussed Lincolnâ€™s
legacy and the effects of his Constitutional decisions and leadership in our own time.
Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation
Dr. Glenn LaFantasie, WKU's Richard Frockt Family Professor of Civil War History,
talked about how Lincoln came to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. Dr. LaFantasie's
presentation was offered on the evening of November 16, 2011 at the Kentucky Room.
Lincoln's Leadership and Communication Style
In conjunction with the Lincoln exhibition, Dr. Cecile Garmon, WKU Professor of Communication,
gave the lecture at the Western Room, Kentucky Museum on the evening of November 14,
Lincoln and Secession
In conjunction with the exhibition, Dr. Glenn LaFantansie, WKU's Richard Frockt Family
Professor of Civil War History, gave the lecture at the Western Room, Kentucky Museum
on the evening of November 9, 2011.