During early April, two divergent 19th century historical accounts take center stage at Florida Gulf Coast University’s Renaissance Academy in downtown Punta Gorda.
The first account explores a group whose exploits during the War of 1812 lay largely unknown and unheralded for almost two centuries: women. The second examines Abraham Lincoln, whose name and achievements spread to the remotest corners of the Earth, before the Internet.
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