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David Bruce Smith and Hope Katz Gibbs, hosts of The Grateful American Series, recently visited President Lincoln’s Cottage to sit down with Executive Director Erin Carlson Mast and learn about Lincoln’s beloved home in Washington, DC. Read the article, listen to the podcast, or watch the video of the interview!
Commemorate the 152nd anniversary of emancipation in the District on April 16th by dining out at Petworth Citizen, in support of President Lincoln’s Cottage, “the Cradle of the Emancipation Proclamation.” April 9, 2014. On April 16, 2014, 152 years after President Lincoln signed a bill ending slavery in the District of Columbia, President Lincoln’s Cottage and Petworth Citizen are partnering …
President Lincoln’s Cottage is a highlight on “The Lincoln Experience,” a new offering from Gray Line Tours. This comprehensive look at President Lincoln’s time in Washington, DC includes a guided tour of President Lincoln’s Cottage and a guided tour of Ford’s Theatre and the Peterson House. Please contact Gray Line DC at 202-289-1995 with any and all tour questions related …
The Grateful American Series interviews Erin Carlson Mast, Executive Director of President Lincoln’s Cottage. April 1, 2014. For American history buffs, there’s nothing quite like visiting the home of a former president. And when that president is one of the nation’s most revered and beloved, as is Abraham Lincoln, it’s especially meaningful to meander through his summer home in Washington, …
These visitors praised their recent trips to President Lincoln’s Cottage and specifically noted how enjoyable it was for their entire family. Planning to tour President Lincoln’s Cottage? Bring the kids! My family and I visited the cottage last week, and we truly enjoyed it. Our tour guide was fantastic. This place is a gem, and it should be preserved. We …
Jerome Charyn, author of “I Am Abraham,” visited President Lincoln’s Cottage to deliver a lecture about his newest work – a novel from the perspective of the 16th president. Journalist Paul Hond covered the program for Columbia Magazine. Photograph by Jörg Meyer for Columbia Magazine.
VAntage Point, the blog of the US Department of Veterans Affairs, visited President Lincoln’s Cottage to learn more about Lincoln’s life at the Soldiers’ Home. In this second segment of the series, reporter Tim Hudak takes a closer look at Lincoln’s commute between the Soldiers’ Home and downtown Washington, D.C. Read the full piece here.
PostTV, the video arm of the Washington Post, visited President Lincoln’s Cottage to take a closer look at Tad Lincoln’s cherished photo album and learn more about the Bucktail soldiers. Watch the full segment here.