Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania


Join the Lincoln Fellowship


The Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania was formed in 1938:

to observe as Americans each anniversary the birth of Abraham Lincoln;

to fittingly commemorate the anniversary of the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery and the Gettysburg Address he delivered there;

to preserve and make more readily accessible the landmarks associated with his life or ancestry within Pennsylvania; and

to actively encourage the youth of our Commonwealth to embrace his ideals.

   2018 Membership Renewal Form

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Lincoln Fellowship of PA

P. O. Box 3372

Gettysburg, PA  17325


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                      Annual Membership Dues of $25.00


"Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

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                     Lifetime Membership Dues of $250.00

                    November 19th Luncheon of $35.00/person

2018 Luncheon Reservation Form

Mixed green salad with tomato, cucumber, and red onions with choice of two dressings; Sliced roast beef; grilled chicken strips; roasted potatoes; tortellini with tarragon cream sauce; chef’s choice vegetables; chef’s choice desserts; rolls and butter; water and iced tea.

Luncheon Speaker 2018: 
Dr. Edna Greene Medford, Howard University


Political Incivility in the Age of Lincoln

Edna Greene Medford, Ph.D. is Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of History at Howard University, where she has taught for 31years. Dr. Medford received her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education (History emphasis) from Hampton Institute (now Hampton University) in Virginia; a Master of Arts degree in United States history from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; and a Ph.D. in History from the University of Maryland, College Park. She has authored, co-authored, or edited four books and numerous scholarly articles and book chapters on slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, including Lincoln and Emancipation; The Emancipation Proclamation: Three Views (with Harold Holzer and Frank Williams); and Historical Perspectives of the African Burial Ground Project: New York Blacks and the Diaspora. She serves on several national advisory boards and is a frequent contributor to historical documentaries and programs produced by cable and network television. Dr. Medford is the recipient of a number of awards that include the special bicentennial edition (2009) of the “Order of Lincoln,” granted by the state of Illinois for her scholarship on our 16th president; the Lincoln Diploma of Honor, awarded by Lincoln Memorial University (2014); an Alumni Achievement Award from the College of Liberal Arts, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2013), and the Professor of the Year Award from the Howard University Student Association (2013).



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