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Hayes Presidential Center Executive Director Thomas Culbertson. W atch a taped lecture by Hayes Presidential Center Executive Director Thomas Culbertson on the topic Civil Warriors: Thomas Nast & Petroleum V. Nasby. The lecture was presented September 24, 2011, at the Wolcott House Museum in Maumee, Oho, and recorded by Knowledge Stream.

Both Nast, a political cartoonist, and Nasby, publisher of the Toledo Blade, used the pen to further the Union cause during the Civil War. The men also saw the war in an identical light - that the South was in the wrong. Culbertson's lecture also highlights the intense public dissent that existed before and during the war.

To view the 45 minute lecture click the logo at right.