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On Sunday, January 22, 2017 at in the Beckwith Room, Hildene presents “The Evolution of Lincoln’s Engagement with the Issue of Slavery.” In the wake of the national celebration of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr.’s January 16th birthday, Hildene President, Seth Bongartz, will shed some light on the complex thinking of one of the nation’s earliest civil rights activists, President Abraham Lincoln.

When Reverend King delivered his famous “I have a Dream Speech” on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963, he said, “Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow I stand, signed the Emancipation Proclamation …

In the keynote address, longtime editor of Vermont Life, author and VPR commentator, Tom Slayton, praised the combined work of Jane Beck and Susanne Rappaport noting that they did, “important work that will help keep Vermont vital and distinctive.” He pointed out that, “What makes Vermont vital and distinctive …

After recognizing the hard work of trustees and staff, Hildene Executive Director, Seth Bongartz unveiled trail cairn markers for Beck and Rappaport, adding to those honored in years past.There will also be time for questions and discussion.This Hildene program is free to Hildene members and for non-members. General Admission is not required for attendance at this presentation.Their efforts have enabled future generations to learn about, experience and interact with their Green Mountain State heritage.During her lifetime the preservation work of West Pawlet resident Susanne Rappaport focused mainly on her own small town and the quarries of the Slate Valley, while folklorist Jane Beck’s efforts have taken her to virtually every corner of the state. These women can best be described as tireless researchers, collectors and preservers of Vermont’s past, clearly fitting the profile of past Hildene Award honorees as “Vermonters who have made extraordinary contributions in the areas of land conservation and/or historic preservation.“ Vermont’s first and longest serving folklorist, Jane Beck, is Director Emeritus of the Vermont Folklife Center in Middlebury.

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