Abe Lincoln #1

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Date
1973-11-08
Main contributors
Hardin, Father Boniface; Sister Jane
Summary
Father Boniface Hardin hosts a discussion with Sister Jane on Abraham Lincoln and his stance on slavery. This session, the first of two episodes on Abraham Lincoln, describes Lincoln’s early years in Kentucky and Indiana, his political career, and his canonization as an anti-slavery activist by Americans. The hosts analyze Lincoln’s stance on slavery, quoting his speeches and the speeches of his political opponent Stephen Douglas.
Collection
The Afro-American in Indiana (radio series)
Unit
Archives of African American Music and Culture
Language
English
Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (31:43) : 7 in.
Notes
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
Other Identifiers
Other: OR 249; Collection Identifier: SC 165; Catalog Key: 40000001812785

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