Lincoln presentations can be time tailored to fit your individual time requirements. Talks can also include meeting and greeting, photo opportunities, and question and answer session. Some examples of programs are:
Lincoln on Leadership: In his own story-telling style, Lincoln outlines the leadership principles that served him well.
Why Gettysburg?: Why the battle came to be fought at Gettysburg and the myths surrounding the Gettysburg Address.
Lincoln's Life Highlights: Lincoln's life in a talk which is modified for audience age or grade level.
Two Most Asked Questions: Lincoln answers the two most often asked questions about the causes of the Civil War
Lincoln's Battle with Slavery: In depth review of the issues culminating in the 13th amendment.
1864: Lincoln looks back at the year called “The Hinge of History”
The Search for the Right General: The trials and tribulations of finding the right general to carry out Lincoln's war strategy.
Lincoln's Life Lessons: Illustrated through humorous anecdotes and stories, Lincoln reveals the lessons he learned along the way.
Lincoln---Lies, Legends, and Myths: The 16th President sets the record straight, separating fact from fiction.
Lincoln's Love on Pennsylvania: Lincoln discusses his deep Pennsylvania roots and reasons why it is his personal "Keystone State"
Lincoln And Grant First Meeting: Performed with a Grant presenter, the meeting is conducted like a job interview.
A. Lincoln: Performance of a one-man, two-act stage play