All programs presented in first person except as noted.
1. Douglas, Duels and Dancing - the exciting story of the courtship and marriage of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd
2. Now...From the White House... - political intrigue and interesting lives in the White House of President and Mrs. Lincoln done in a press conference format
3. Why are Those Footprints Up There? - a host of stories, humorous and inspiring, told by President Lincoln for school groups
4. Who Would Jack Vote For? - the 1864 election campaign with all its twists and turns might make today's politicians blush
5. Why Did He Wait So Long? - the journey of Lincoln' s arrival at the Emancipation Proclamation and why he issued it when he did
6. Fashion of Freedom - a little girl dresses like a Victorian lady and meets the President
7. Mr. Lincoln, You're Such a Caution! - the Lincolns share some of their humor
8. It's Tea Time! With Mary Lincoln - afternoon or evening tea and delightful conversation with Mary and her friends
Mrs. Lincoln hosts a tea party at the Michigan Ironworkers Museum in Negaunee
9.Lincoln and Douglas - Live! - in commemoration of the 150th anniversary a 60-minute program recreating the Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 1858. This program uses the actual words of Lincoln and Douglas. Due to the political sensitivity of the material this program is offered only to middle/high schools and adult audiences.
10. The Taste Is In My Mouth A Little - Abraham and Mary share their separate views on the election campaign of 1860. They begin with events after the debates with Stephen Douglas in 1858 and end with the election returns of 1860. In between there is a sprinkling of humor and sarcasm as they present political campaigning as it was 150 years ago.
11. Quilting a Great Nation - amazing story of Mary Lincoln's friendship with her seamstress, Lizzy Keckly
12. Lincoln on Leadership - President and Mrs. Lincoln present a first person account of the leadership qualities he used during his public life as a lawyer and as president. Many stories and much humor is included.