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Historian Michael Beschloss
 Dedication Day 2019

Historian Michael Beschloss, delivered an eloquent keynote address at the November 19 Dedication Day ceremonies in Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg National Military Park.

Read his full remarks. 

Zachary Bolitho, Acting Superintendent of Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site, welcomed the crowd of hundreds to the Soldiers' National Cemetery for the 156th anniversary of its consecration. 

Read his full welcome. 

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 The Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania is committed to honoring the memory of President Abraham Lincoln and commemorating the Gettysburg Address during the annual Dedication Day ceremonies on November 19th in the Soldiers' National Cemetery. 


100 Nights of Taps

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The Lincoln Trunk is Touring!

The Lincoln Trunk, which YOU sponsored is traveling to various schools, helping students learn about Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address.

Board Member Ken Kime, Vice President Wendy Allen, President Steve Herr, NPS Education Coordinator Barb Sanders, and Secretary Gene Mortorff with our Lincoln trunk!

Return Visit Statue

The Return Visit Statue, located adjacent to the David Wills House in Lincoln Square, is one of the most photographed statues in Gettysburg. Commissioned by the Fellowship in 1991 and sculpted by J. Seward Johnson, the statue commemorates Lincoln's November, 1863 visit to Gettysburg, but also directs modern-day visitors' attention to the Wills House to reflect upon Lincoln's famous  "few appropriate remarks," whose finishing touches he scripted at the house the evening prior to delivering the Gettysburg Address.  Read More

Upcoming Events

See all upcoming events and projects in the Gettysburg area at Destination Gettysburg.  Read More

2019 Dedication Day Program on Tuesday, November 19th.  Join the Fellowship!

In Memory of Jim Getty

Jim served as President Abraham Lincoln for the annual Dedication Day Ceremonies for many, many years (30+ years) and we are sad to report that he left this earth in 2015.  We salute and honor Jim for his years of service to the community and across the country--to many of us he WAS Abraham Lincoln. We will miss you Jim, but will never forget you.  Read More

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P. O. Box 3372, Gettysburg, PA  17325


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