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Past Convention Information:
23rd Convention, Lexington, KY April 20-23, 2017
22nd Convention, Spencer County, IN April 14-17, 2016
21st Convention, Vandalia, IL April 16-19, 2015
20th Convention, Natchez, MS, April 10-13, 2014
19th Convention, Columbus, Ohio, April 11 - 14, 2013
Photos Courtesy Mary Armstrong
18th Convention, Decatur, Illinois, April 12 - 15, 2012
17th Convention, Greeneville Tennessee, April 14 - 17, 2011
16th Convention, Elizabethtown/Hodgenville Kentucky, April 2010
15th Convention, Lincoln Bicentennial, Washington, D.C. April 2009
14th Convention, Alton, Illinois April 11 - 13 2008
13th Convention at Mount Pleasant, Iowa April 13 - 15 2007
12th Convention at Cincinnati, Ohio April 7 - 9 2006
11th Convention at Greenfield Village & Plymouth April 15 - 17 2005
10th Vandalia, Illinois 2004 The Third Courthouse
2003 Lincoln City, Indiana was Lincoln's home for 14 years and the site of the 9th Convention.
The Lincoln Museum was the Host for the 2002 Convention
The Beautiful Southern Hills of Beckley, West Virginia, and the Coal mines hosted the 2001 Convention
The Birthplace Hodgenville, Kentucky was our destination in 2000.
The Headquarters Hotel was in Elizabethtown
Our first trip to the West Coast came in 1999. Burbank-Redlands, California "The Lincoln Shrine"
The site of the Third Lincoln-Douglas, Charleston, Illinois was our spot for 1998
The Third Convention in 1997 was in Gettysburg Pennsylvania
1996 we traveled to Springfield Illinois for the Second Convention
The Year was 1995 and several members of the ALP had expressed an interest in getting together for a convention. Jim Sayre took on the task for the first convention. Lexington, Kentucky was chosen with the Mary Todd Lincoln Home as one of the main draws. (Springs Motel was the headquarters).