Dennis Boggs presents an enlightening, informative, and educational look at the life of the 16th President as it might have been told by Abraham Lincoln himself. From Lincoln's birth in the wilderness of Kentucky to his early years in Indiana and Illinois... from storekeeper to self-taught lawyer and politician... through his years as President during the Civil War and his death at the hands of an assassin in Ford's Theater. Mr. Boggs has researched countless books and papers and has diligently designed a presentation that encompasses fifty-six years of Abraham Lincoln's life. To arrange a performance for your school, organization, or event, please email or contact Dennis Boggs at (615) 874-8028 or (615) 943-7742. To meet Mr. Boggs, click here.
Click on the link below to view Mr. Boggs in footage that was filmed for the 140th Anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh Video (a civil war battle fought in Shiloh, Tennessee in 1862). The brief clip begins with figthing on the battlefield and shortly proceeds to President Lincoln in the White House writing a letter to Major General Henry Halleck, with highly recommending that he let Brigadier General Ulysses S. Grant lead an expedition into Tennessee with the assurance that the President will give General Grant all of the support he needs. To view the video clip, click here.
For more information on "Meet Mr. Lincoln," please contact Dennis Boggs.