The Presidential Election of 1864
George Watts Hill Alumni Center’s Royall Room
Tuesday, Nov. 4 | 7-9 p.m.
Tuesday November 8, 1864 was Election Day and Jefferson Davis believed that canvass would provide an opportunity for change in the execution of power and policy in Washington City. For Abraham Lincoln the event offered a chance to finish the task of preserving the Union. On this evening, we’ll take a look at the candidates, their campaigns and the fateful day that contributed mightily to the outcome of the war.
Lecturer: Fred W. Kiger ’74 (’77 MAT) leads our Civil War battlefield study programs and teaches several GAA courses each semester. He is the creator of the field guide The Civil War: A History of the War Between the States (Workman) and has two degrees from UNC, a bachelor’s in history and a master of arts in teaching with an emphasis in history.
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