Harold Holzer: Right Makes Might
August 26, 2005
Hosted by Gerry Prokopowicz
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Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer presents a new look at a long overlooked work by Abraham Lincoln, as described in his fascinating book, Lincoln At Cooper Union: The Speech that Made Abraham Lincoln President
Civil War Talk Radio
Wednesday at 4 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
Each week since October 2004, host Gerald Prokopowicz and a guest discuss the various aspects of Civil War History. Each show consists of an hour long conversation with guests from the very well known historians James McPherson, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Gary Gallagher to mention a few. Gerald also speaks with artists such as Don Troiani, filmmakers Ken Burns, re-enactors Rob Hodge, novelists Jeff Shaara, curators, game designers, children’s authors, collectors, and others. In addition to well known names like the ones mentioned, the show often features authors of first books who are just starting to make their reputations.
Gerald J. Prokopowicz is the author of Did Lincoln Own Slaves? (2008), All for the Regiment: The Army of the Ohio, 1861-1862 (2001), and numerous essays and articles, as well as the host of “Civil War Talk Radio." He served for nine years as the resident Lincoln Scholar at the Lincoln Museum, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he helped create the award-winning exhibit, “Abraham Lincoln and the American Experiment,” and edited Lincoln Lore. Dr. Prokopowicz is a member of the Advisory Board to the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and the Lincoln Forum, and holds a law degree from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University. He is currently chair of the history department at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.
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Ted Alexander is the Historian at Antietam National Battlefield. He is the author, editor and contributor to seven books about Antietam and other aspects of the Civil War. He has also written more than 200 articles and book reviews for publications such as Civil War Times Illustrated, Blue and Gray Magazine, Maryland Historical Magazine and The Washington Times He lectures frequently for organizations such The Civil War Preservation Trust, Johns Hopkins University's Odyssey Program and The Smithsonian Associates. View Guest page
Michael B. Ballard
From Amazon about: As the editor of the late, lamented Historic Traveler magazine, Tom Huntington developed a love for writing that merged stories from the past with journeys of discovery in the present. That was an approach he took with his first two books, Ben Franklin's Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Civil War Trails. His next book, Searching for George Gordon Meade: The Forgotten Victor of Gettysburg (Stackpole Books, February 2013), will continue that tradition. Huntington visits battlefields and museums and talks with historians, curators, park rangers and Civil War enthusiasts as he examines the life and reputation of the general who won the pivotal battle of the war. Huntington's many magazine articles have appeared in American Heritage, Smithsonian, Air & Space, British Heritage, America in WWII, Civil War Times, America's Civil War, Invention & Technology and many other publications. He lives in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Beth Ann, and his children, Katie and Sam. View Guest page
Megan Kate Nelson
Michael Weeks is an amateur historian with a passion for the road. He has driven tens of thousands of miles across America in search of the living roots of U.S. history. Weeks lives in the South Loop area of Chicago, Illinois, with his wife, Charlotte. Although Weeks is the author of a comprehensive road trip guide, ironically, he does not own a car. You can follow him and contact him on Twitter @cwroadtrip. View Guest page