ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – Atlantic Highlands Historical opens its season with Glenn LeBoeuf”s The Rise of Lincoln 1831-1860 on Wednesday March 11.
Glenn Le Boeuf will present the first of four lectures on Abraham Lincoln on Wednesday March 11 at the Senior Center in Atlantic Highlands beginning at 7:30PM
Glenn LeBoeuf graduated Monmouth University with a History degree in 1976. He began his career teaching Social Studies before embarking on a career in Wall Street where he remains a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor and Sr. V.P. of Investments with Garden State Securities, Inc. in Red Bank.
Glenn has always had a passion for history and has become a gifted and sought after speaker focusing on various facets of the life and character of Abraham Lincoln.
He has presented his “Lincoln subjects to the Civil War Institute in Gettysburg, The Lincoln Society of Jersey City as well as to hundreds of attorneys at the “New Jersey Center For Legal Education” in New Brunswick.
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Glenn is a new member of the Atlantic Highlands Historical Society and currently maintains membership in the Abraham Lincoln Society, The Lincoln Group of New York, and the Civil War Trust.
As a Civil War reenactor he participated in the films Glory 1990 and Gettysburg 1993. His first book, “ 25 What Ifs in the Life of Abraham Lincoln” will be published this summer.
The future three lectures include:
Wednesday, March 25 – A House Divided:The Marriage of Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln
Wednesday, April 1 – The Lincolns in the White House
Wednesday, April 15 – Ten Moral Moments in the Life of Abraham Lincoln
Join us at the Senior Center on Simon Lake Drive in Atlantic Highlands for the first lecture on Wednesday, March 11 which begins at 7:30PM. Our meetings are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.