Lewis University’s History Center is presenting several upcoming Lincoln Bicentennial events on the Romeoville campus. “The Lincoln Bicentennial provides a great opportunity to gather university professors and leaders from the community,” commented Dr. Dennis H. Cremin, director of the Lewis University History Center: Urban, Cultural and Catholic History of the Upper Midwest and assistant professor of history.
• 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, Academic Building, Romeoville campus—“Jefferson, Lincoln, Obama, and the Meaning of America,” presented by Dr. Mark Schultz, history professor.
• 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, Academic Building, Romeoville campus—“Lincoln: Collecting and Remembering Lincoln in Joliet and Will County,” presented by Heather Bigeck, collections and exhibits manager at the Joliet Area Historical Society.
• 2:30 p.m. April 28, Gaylord Building in Lockport—Walking Tour of Lockport’s Lincoln Landing led by Dr. Dennis H. Cremin, curriculum director of project and director of the Lewis University History Center: Urban, Cultural and Catholic History of the Upper Midwest.
For more information on these events, please visit the History Center’s Web site.
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