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Two volume biography of Abraham Lincoln wins 2010 Lincoln Prize

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - A two-volume biography that was 30 years in the making, by one of the foremost living authorities on Abraham Lincoln, has won the 2010 Lincoln Prize.

Michael Burlingame will... Learn More


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Civil War deaths shaped America, Harvard president says at Gettysburg College

Death was the “texture” of the Civil War experience, Harvard University President Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust said July 15 at Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater.

“We ...

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National media feature Gettysburg College Lincoln experts; video available

From CNN to TIME Magazine, national media outlets turned to Gettysburg College faculty experts to help explain the enduring importance of Abraham Lincoln, as the nation marked the bicentennial of ...

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Books exploring Lincoln as commander-in-chief win 2009 Lincoln Prize

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Two books that re-define Abraham Lincoln's command of the largest army and navy of the 19th century will share the 2009 Lincoln Prize, which is endowed by Richard Gilder and Lewis...

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Gettysburg College's historic connection with Lincoln lives on

After 146 years, Gettysburg College's connection with President Abraham Lincoln is still going strong.

From students who annually visit the site where Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address...

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Gettysburg College Prof. Gabor Boritt wins 2008 National Humanities Medal

Gettysburg College history professor and Civil War scholar Gabor S. Boritt received the National Humanities Medal for 2008 from President George W. Bush.

At a Nov. 17 White House ceremony, ...

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Race, equality to be Lincoln Bicentennial panel topic Nov. 20 at Gettysburg College

GETTYSBURG, Pa - In honor of the 145th anniversary of the "Gettysburg Address," the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission will host a series of town hall meetings on race and equality with ...

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November Events Celebrating the 145th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address

145th Anniversary of Gettysburg Address
Dedication Day 2008

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Lincoln exhibit to open Sept. 26 at Gettysburg College

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - An exhibit celebrating the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth will open with a reception Sept. 26 at Gettysburg College's Musselman Library.

The 6:30 p.m. reception is open...

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Professor Allen Guelzo appears on 'The Daily Show' with Jon Stewart Feb. 27

Gettysburg College's Civil War Era Studies Professor Allen Guelzo appeared on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Guelzo talked about his newly released...

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Books about Lincoln, Douglass, Lee win 2008 Lincoln Prize

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Two books offering new insights into the lives of three of the Civil War era's most compelling figures will share the 2008 Lincoln Prize, which is endowed by Richard Gilder and Lewis...

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Civil War Institute


Eisenhower Institute


Garthwait Leadership Center


Sunderman Conservatory of Music 


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