in 1978, The Lincoln Group Of New York is a non-profit, tax-exempt, historical
society with nationwide membership dedicated to the study and discussion
of the life and times of our 16th President of the United States.
Educational in nature with the purpose of advancing the existing body of knowledge about and appreciation for Abraham Lincoln, The Lincoln Group of New York strives to promote fellowship as well as scholarship among those interested. An open invitation is made join us, either in spirit or in actual membership, and become part of our study and discussion.
Details on our upcoming quarterly meeting programs, held in New York City each February, April, June and November, are covered under COMING EVENTS. Speakers at our meetings have included such Pulitzer Prize winning historians such as David Herbert Donald, Mark Neely, and James McPherson. They have also included such other notable Lincoln scholars as Harold Holzer, David E. Long, Frank Williams, Thomas Turner, and Philip Shaw Paladun.