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Leslie Goddard

History Lectures and
Living History Portrayals

History comes alive in the talented hands of historian Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., 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



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NEW FOR 2015!

Eleanor Roosevelt

It is 1945 and Eleanor Roosevelt has been asked to serve on the American delegation to the newly created United Nations. As she ponders whether or not to accept, she shares stories of her life including her childhood, her marriage to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, her years as First Lady, and FDR's death.

This engaging and painstakingly researched portrayal captures the warm, honest, and passionate American First Lady and stateswoman she was.

For more information on this program, click HERE.



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