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Abraham Lincoln-Related Contests and ScholarshipsAbraham Lincoln and Leadership Summer Institute Scholarships
Illinois high school sophomore and juniors may apply for one-week workshops and the four-week institute at the University of Illinois at Springfield.
Abraham Lincoln Association Student Award
Designed for middle and high school students, this award is for the best research paper and media project about Lincoln submitted to the annual Illinois History Exposition.
Civil War Essay Contest
Certain New York City high school students may apply for this contest co-sponsored by the Civil War Round Table of New York and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
Civil War Institute Scholarships
This popular summer event in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, has a limited number of scholarships for junior and senior high school students and high school teachers.
Gettysburg Essay Contest
This annual contest, sponsored by the Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania, is open to high school sophomores and juniors and includes a vacation to Gettysburg.
Gilder Lehrman Prize in American History
These prizes for high school students include publication in The Concord Review, the only journal of outstanding historical writing by secondary school students.
Gilder Lehrman Summer Seminars for Teachers
These stimulating week-long seminars for high school teachers include topics on Lincoln and the Civil War.
Hay-Nicolay Dissertation Prize
Created to encourage young scholars, this annual prize sponsored by the Abraham Lincoln Association is funded by Abraham Lincoln Institute and the Gilder Lehrman Institute.
Horace Mann/Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum Fellowships
Full-time U.S. teachers in grades K-12 may apply to study the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln Forum Essay Contest
The Platt Family Essay Contest of the Lincoln Forum gives annual prizes for the best Lincoln essay written by American undergraduate college and university students.
Presidential Academy for American History and Civics
Secondary school teachers may apply for a study of the turning points in American history as seen in the Declaration of Independence, Gettysburg Address, and the "I Have a Dream" speech, visiting Philadelphia, Gettysburg, Washington, DC.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History offers short-term fellowships for postdoctoral scholars and doctoral candidates.
The Lincoln Prize at Gettysburg College
This generous annual prize is for the best scholarly work on Abraham Lincoln or the Civil War era.
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