GETTYSBURG, PA (February 11, 2011)—A compelling and insightful book that explores Abraham Lincoln’s evolving ideas about the institution of slavery and the roles of African-Americans was chosen out of 106 top-notch submissions as the 2011 Lincoln Prize recipient.

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NEW YORK, NY (May 9, 2011)—The Gilder Lehrman Institute today announced the participants in the 2011 Gilder Lehrman History Scholars Program. The ten Gilder Lehrman Scholars will receive a prestigious scholarship and participate in a five-week intensive history research program in New York City this summer. The session combines historical research, seminars with eminent historians, and behind-the-scenes tours of historical archives.

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