Follow-up: Paul Finkelman on the Lincoln-Douglas Debates and the 1860 Election

Paul Finkelman presented this program to 50 teachers gathered at ESD112 on February 4, 2010.   In the talk, Dr. Finkelman emphasized the role Lincoln’s response to the Dred Scott decision played is his national ascendancy and the link between the debates, the election, and southern secession.

Audio Recordings (to accompany your next trip to the gym):

Documents:

Questions to consider while reading the documents

Additional Resources

Lincoln Douglas Debates

Election of 1860

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One response to “Follow-up: Paul Finkelman on the Lincoln-Douglas Debates and the 1860 Election

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