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The Lincoln Group of DC Hits the Small Screen Once Again … “Lost History: Frederick Douglass and the Lincoln Family” to air on C-SPAN 3 American History TV -> Sunday, January 20 at 3:30 a.m. ET

The Lincoln Group of DC is happy to announce that the October 16, 2018 presentation by John Muller about Frederick Douglass was taped by C-SPAN and is now scheduled for airing. It will be aired on:

Sunday, January 20 at 3:30 a.m. ET on C-SPAN 3

American History TV

www.c-span.org/history

After its initial airing, the program will be available in C-SPAN’s Video Library the following day, where it can be viewed anytime. You can find it by going to www.c-span.org and looking for the “Video Library” search box in the top third of the page. Enter John Muller’s name to find the video.

Be there live next time!  If you haven’t already, please sign up for the January 15, 2019 LGDC dinner meeting featuring Patrick Hickey, whose very timely talk is titled “The Devil vs. the Hummingbird: The Midnight Confrontation on Capitol Hill that Determined the Fate of a Presidency and Ensured the Survival of Constitutional Government.”

Sign up at: http://lincolngroup.org/jan2019.html

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Book TV: John Muller, “Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.” [YouTube clip, 10 mins]

*Special thanks to the world-class staff, reference librarians and research specialists at various divisions of the Library of Congress who supported the creation of this book. Big thanks to Amber Paranick at the Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room for her advocacy on behalf of the book and John Y. Cole at the Center for the Book for being a gracious host.*

You can see the full video at C-SPAN’s Video Library HERE!

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Saturday, July 20th at 11pm (ET) _ C-SPAN BOOK TV: “Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia”

C-SPAN BOOK TVJohn Muller recounts the final eighteen years of Frederick Douglass’ life spent at his home, Cedar Hill, in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C.  During this time, Douglass was instrumental in the development of Howard University, participated in local politics, and served as marshal of the District of Columbia.  John Muller speaks at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Web Link: http://cs.pn/12pSNMa

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