Cultural Series at the Library
An Afternoon with Thaddeus Stevens
How did a small-town Pennsylvania lawyer become one of the most powerful men in America? Why was he so passionate about freedom, equality, and education? And why did Jubal Early want him dead? Meet Congressman Thaddeus Stevens, the attorney and abolitionist who brought public education to the Commonwealth, butted heads with Abraham Lincoln, and reshaped the Constitution. This program is part of the Friends of New Cumberland Public Library Cultural Series.
No registration is required.
Hosted in the New Cumberland Pubic Library Foundation House.
The Cultural Series is made possible through a generous grant from Members 1st Credit Union.