October 3 – 31, 2013 Location: Lucius E. and Elise C. Burch Jr. Library, 501 Poplar View Parkway, Collierville, TN
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Lucius E. and Elise C. Burch Jr. Library, 501 Poplar View Parkway, Collierville, TN

The panel exhibition Looking at Lincoln explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

April 11 – May 2, 2013 Location: Sequoyah Middle School, 3425 S. 360th Street, Auburn, WA
Location: 
Sequoyah Middle School, 3425 S. 360th Street, Auburn, WA

Panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

March 19 – April 16, 2013 Location: Allan Daily High School, 220 N. Kenwood Street, Glendale, CA
Location: 
Allan Daily High School, 220 N. Kenwood Street, Glendale, CA

Panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

February 12 – March 12, 2013 Location: Bayonne High School, 669 Avenue A, Bayonne, NJ
Location: 
Bayonne High School, 669 Avenue A, Bayonne, NJ

Panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

February 7 – March 7, 2013 Location: The Griot Museum of Black History, 2505 St. Louis Avenue, St. Louis, MO
Location: 
The Griot Museum of Black History, 2505 St. Louis Avenue, St. Louis, MO

Panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

February 4, 2013 Location: Gallatin County Public Library, 209 West Market Street, Warsaw, KY
Location: 
Gallatin County Public Library, 209 West Market Street, Warsaw, KY

Panel exhibition, with interpretive and educational materials, that explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are: a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

January 14 – February 5, 2013 Location: Ridgeview Charter Middle School, 5340 Trimble Road, Sandy Springs, GA
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Ridgeview Charter Middle School, 5340 Trimble Road, Sandy Springs, GA

The panel exhibition Looking at Lincoln explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.

January 14 – 28, 2013 Location: African American Museum of Nassau County, 110 North Franklin Street, Hempstead, NY
Location: 
African American Museum of Nassau County, 110 North Franklin Street, Hempstead, NY

The panel exhibition Looking at Lincoln explores images, especially cartoons, as a way of investigating Abraham Lincoln in the context of his times. These cartoons are vividly biting; they invite us to put aside twenty-first-century assumptions and look at events through the eyes of people living in the era. Among the highlights are a California printing of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln and political cartoons relating to the election of 1860.