Gettysburg Address

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Gettysburg Address

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(Historical Terms) history US the speech made by President Lincoln at the dedication of the national cemetery on the Civil War battlefield at Gettysburg in Nov 1863
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Noun1.Gettysburg Address - a three-minute address by Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War at the dedication of a national cemetery on the site of the Battle of Gettysburg (November 19, 1863)Gettysburg Address - a three-minute address by Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War at the dedication of a national cemetery on the site of the Battle of Gettysburg (November 19, 1863)
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He could sound off, oh yes he did, as lustily as he recited Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, or sweetly recalled fragments of Shakespeare's sonnets.
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The question of how audiences have responded to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address has been debated almost from the moment Lincoln sat down after uttering the words for which he would ultimately become best known.
Thomas Feyer, who edits the Letters to the Editor section of the New York Times, wrote about receiving this query from a sardonic reader when he suggested that letters should be limited to 150 words, or as brief as Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Holgate said he couldn't help but think of the similarities between the Memorial Day graveyard setting of this weekend and Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
It is often lost on students that Roosevelt's Four Freedoms speech ranks as high as Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
The exhibit, which takes its name from a phrase in President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, opens with that decisive battle and follows Michigan soldiers through the end of the war and into the subsequent two decades--a period known as Reconstruction.
The first footnote cites Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
The Long Shadow of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address commemorates the sesquicentennial anniversary of President Licoln's historic Civil War speech with an examination of its legacy - not only the words themselves, but how people chose to interpret them at the time, and in the decades that followed.
I'll bet every one of you-well, almost everyone-can recite Lincoln's Gettysburg Address without an error.
Yester-day was the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, still considered one of the finest speeches of all time.
Marking the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.

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