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A Presentation by Cameron S. Brown

Abraham Lincolntells the story of Abraham Lincoln in a fresh and compelling way. Like Lincoln, Cameron believes 
in the power of the spoken word to elevate the public discourse in America. His aim is to inform and inspire.

Cameron's presentation includes a large-screen showing of our featured video, Abraham Lincoln, A 
Voice for the Ages. This multi-media program will add entertainment and educational value to your group meeting or special event. You will never view Abraham Lincoln the same way! 

If you'd like to request Cameron's presentation for your group, contact us at info@LincolnVideoProject.org, or 
Message us on Facebook. In the meantime, we invite you to preview our video tribute to Mr. Lincoln shown on this page. We hope you enjoy it! 

"The whole presentation was captivating and exceptionally well received by students, faculty, and staff.  If you are looking for an uplifting 
​" . . . never before have I gained such depth of insight into the greatness and complexity of the man."—Dennis R. Koons, J.D., President and CEO, Michigan Bankers Association

" . . . a magnificent springboard for any group contemplating leadership subjects and related topics."—Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking, President, Adrian College



and inspiring program, I would highly recommend you consider Cameron's spellbinding presentation."—Dr. David M. Mathews, President, 
Southwestern Michigan College

Telling Lincoln's Story

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You Will Never View Abraham Lincoln 
the Same Way!
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Cameron S. Brown's keynote talk, The Relevance of 
Abraham Lincoln, A Voice for the Ages
Download and print your own frameable copy of 
the text of the Gettysburg Address compliments of 
the Lincoln Video Project.
The Gettysburg Address