Secret life of President Lincoln explored

The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center continues its 2016-2017 season of Second Saturdays- Journeys into Local History speakers’ series on Saturday, March 11, with Steven Rogstad and The Lincoln Nobody Knows.

Rogstad, Lincoln historian, author and lecturer will provide a morning of great entertainment and education. Abraham Lincoln was considered to be by his closest friends and associates one of the most close-mouthed men they had ever known. He rarely, if ever, spoke of his lineage, parentage, family, early life, faith, or romantic relationships. He was a mystery to most people, and he only occasionally provided his listeners with insights about his personal life and beliefs. This lecture identifies a few areas of his life that continue to baffle historians and encourage speculation. Lincoln was a man who wanted to be remembered, but did not wish to be known.

This presentation, beginning at 9:30 a.m. will be held at the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St., Plymouth. Open to the public, no reservations are necessary.

Conversation is encouraged. Fun is expected! For further details, please contact the Research Center at (920) 467-4667.

This series is made possible by funding from the John and Hilda Holden Memorial Fund and Wisconsin Humanities Council.

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