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October 19 - James McPherson

On Tuesday, October 19, at 7 pm, in the Greenwich Library Cole Auditorium, author and historian James McPherson will give a presentation on Abraham Lincoln.  He builds the case that Lincoln's "hands-on" style and decisions as commander-in-chief during the civil war effectively combined political policy and military strategy to ensure the nation's survival. A perspective on presidential power is as relevant today as it was during the Civil War.


November 1, 2020 - Kate Kelly

Author Kate Kelly discusses how women got the the right to vote through adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment.  She will cover efforts by Susan B. Anthony and others who fought for women's  rights.  Ms. Kelly is a very interesting and entertaining person.  Join us in the Greenwich Library second floor meeting room on Monday, November 1, 2010, at 7pm.


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