Here’s Ranger Chuck Teague on the last two weeks of Abraham Lincoln’s life. He’s done a great job of research, but the cheesy attempts at accents really have to stop. I like the fact that he kept within the time limit, though he needs to work on pronunciation [“Keckley,” not “Kleckeley,” and the “g” in “sockdologizing” is the soft sound like a “j” instead of the hard sound]. There’s some really good information in here, though I think he’s a bit too hard on Mary Lincoln.
The Final Fourteen Days of Abraham Lincoln: Gettysburg Winter Lecture