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Leslie Goddard

History Lectures and
Living History Portrayals

History comes alive in the talented hands of historian Leslie Goddard who tells fascinating stories and creates vivid portraits of some of history's most memorable women.

All programs are

-- Approximately 45-50 minutes long

-- Based on meticulous research using primary sources including journals, speeches, newspapers, autobiographies, and personal writings.

-- As inspirational and educational as they are entertaining and fun.

Each programs uses a combination of hands-on artifacts, period photographs, and historic illustrations


Now Available!
The Making of Gone With the Wind

In honor of the 75th anniversary of the premiere of Gone With the Wind in 1939, I am delighted to offer a new illustrated lecture on the making of this spectacular film.

Click on the link below for a flier describing the program. Or learn more by clicking on "Lectures"

Gone with the Wind flier: GWTW_Flier.pdf
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