Witnessing History Education Foundation, Inc. names new members to the Board of Directors.
We are happy to welcome four new members to our Board of Directors! Steve Evans, Barbourville, Kentucky Dottie Dobbs Spears, Paris, Kentucky Chip Sutherland, Louisville, Kentucky Dr. Neil Rush, Cynthiana, Kentucky
“Bragg’s Invasion of Kentucky” tour rescheduled for April 28, 29 and 30.
WHEF has had to modify the base of operations for this tour, changing from the Lexington hotel to the Hampton Inn-Bardstown, Kentucky. Bardstown, “the bourbon capital of the world”, and one of Kentucky’s oldest and most beautiful towns, is where you find “My Old Kentucky Home” and the Old Talbott Tavern, in continuous operation since […]
WHEF is postponing the “Bragg’s Invasion of Kentucky, 1862” tour, possibly until April 2022.
Good evening: I have difficult news to share. On Tuesday, September 7, 188 ICU beds were available in Kentucky. On September 9, that number was reduced to only 90 available ICU beds at present, due to a surge in COVID-19 and its variables, including Delta. https://www.wlwt.com/article/covid-19-just-90-adult-icu-beds-still-available-in-kentucky/37532441# I have consulted with my Board of Directors, my […]
Kent Masterson Brown to appear at the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College, June 11-13, 2021
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Listen while Mr. Brown discusses, “Meade at Gettysburg: A Study in Command” with Gettysburg College’s own Cameron Sauers ’21. Then go register for the Summer Conference, it’s VIRTUAL and FREE this year! https://www.gettysburg.edu/civil-war-institute/summer-conference/
Book Review: “Blood and Treasure: Daniel Boone and the Fight for the American Frontier”
Book Review: ‘Blood and Treasure–Daniel Boone and the Fight for America’s First Frontier’
“The shot heard round the world:” The Coming of the Revolution, Colonial America to 1775 is Under Production
News, Pageant of America, WHEF Updates
WHEF is now in the process of producing a ninety minute film entitled: “The shot heard round the world:” The Coming of the American Revolution, Colonial America to 1775. It is the story of how England, burdened by enormous debt due to its Seven Years War with France and its allies, tried to address the […]
WITNESSING HISTORY WON 2020 SILVER TELLY AWARDS IN TWO CATEGORIES!
Broadcasting, Education, News, Pageant of America, WHEF Updates
Witnessing History was notified on May 28, 2020 that its most recent production, “In the Declaration All Men are Created Equal:” Abraham Lincoln in Illinois, 1830 to 1860, has been awarded 2020 Silver Telly Awards in two categories: “History Documentary” and “General Documentary.” . WHEF is extraordinarily proud; the Silver Telly is the highest award […]
ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS IS BEING SPONSORED ON PUBLIC TELEVISION IN ILLINOIS BY THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM
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In other amazing news, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois, is sponsoring the broadcast of Abraham Lincoln in Illinois on the eleven PBS affiliates in Illinois! Joseph Crane, the Public Relations Director at the museum called Kent Masterson Brown, WHEF’s President and CEO, to notify him of this fact, and to […]
WITNESSING HISTORY EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. WAS A “HIT” AT THE SPRINGFIELD, OHIO HISTORY CENTER CIVIL WAR SYMPOSIUM!
Select this link to reach the article about the symposium in the Springfield (Ohio) News-Sun where the huge crowd was given a “primer” on the life of Abraham Lincoln up to his election to the presidency.