The lecture is part of the 2012 Lampros Lecture Series. It is scheduled Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. in the WSU Hurst Center for Lifelong Learning Dumke Legacy Hall.
Symonds’ lecture, “Lincoln as Commander-in-Chief: Three Examples” will dissect Lincoln’s presidency.
Symonds will also explain how Lincoln managed the naval side of the Civil War, including America’s relations with foreign powers, the war along the coast and the war on the western rivers.
The public is invited to the free event, which is sponsored by WSU’s Department of History, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Alumni Association, the Weber Historical Society, and Jack and Betty Lampros.
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