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Lincoln, His Life and Legacy

(DVD - 2008 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
Lincoln, His Life and Legacy


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Celebrate the nation's sixteenth president. Presents a complex portrait of a man who many consider to be our greatest commander-in-chief, but who considered himself a lonely man. Brings to life the tumultuous time in which he led the country, some of his finest Civil War moments, and his final hours.
Title: Lincoln, his life and legacy
[videorecording]
Publisher: [New York] :, A & E Televison Networks :, Distributed by New Video,, c2008
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (ca. 8 hr., 36 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in
Notes: Documentary
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Originally produced as television programs for the History Channel
Contains 7 documentaries
Special features: "History in the making: Lincoln" behind-the-scenes featurette ([Disc] 1); full-length documentary Sherman's total war tactics; "History in the making: Sherman's March" behind-the-scenes featurette ([Disc] 3)
Contents: 1: Lincoln / produced by Vixpix Films LTD for History ; producers, Vikram Jayanti, Kinnereth Ellentuck ; director, Vikram Jayanti
2: Investigating history. Lincoln, man or myth ; Man, moment, machine. Lincoln and the flying spying machine ; Conspiracy? Lincoln assassination ; High tech Lincoln
3: Sherman's march / produced by JWM Productions, LLC in association with History ; producer/director, Rick King
4: Hunt for John Wilkes Booth / produced by Tom Jennings Productions for History ; director, Tom Jennings
Summary: Celebrate the nation's sixteenth president. Presents a complex portrait of a man who many consider to be our greatest commander-in-chief, but who considered himself a lonely man. Brings to life the tumultuous time in which he led the country, some of his finest Civil War moments, and his final hours.
ISBN: 1422932834
9781422932834
Branch Call Number: 9.21 Linco
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