Civil War, Day by Day
On November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered what he considered to be a “little speech” at the dedication of a veteran’s cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Little did he know that his words would become immortal. . . living on in the pages of American history as the Gettysburg Address.
This Day in History
The Gettysburg Address


 
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