Gettysburg Address - Abraham Lincoln

Gettysburg Address

By Abraham Lincoln

  • Release Date: 1865-01-01
  • Genre: United States
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4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,334 Ratings)

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  • wow

    5
    By pizza lover :) 💖
    good. helped me memorize it for school. :)❣️
  • A short speech to long remember

    5
    By rohair
    Healing words shared at a critical time at a significant place by Mr. Lincoln illuminate the ongoing nature of human struggle for liberty.
  • Omg it was so good

    5
    By Pink cuddle duds
    It was so good I literally almost started crying
  • Excellente

    5
    By Handlebars1959
    Something like this should be taught in all the schools throughout our nation as well as memorize it.
  • Classic Lincoln

    5
    By Taylor.47
    “The world will little note, nor long remember, what we say here...” Excerpt From: Lincoln, Abraham. “Gettysburg Address.”
  • Lincoln

    5
    By Stone3274
    I think every American should read it, or at least understand what it means. Lincoln was one of the greatest Presidents this country might have seen, how good, no one will know. That's why it's important for every American to understand what it means.
  • Schagene

    5
    By Schagene
    The Gettysburg address is a powerful book four score.
  • Abe

    5
    By YoungPolitician
    So short in terms of word length. But so long in terms of meaning and history.
  • An American Icon

    5
    By JJRod93
    Written and Spoken by one of the Greatest Americans in Human history, this address is a must-see by anyone who is dedicated or interested in learning either American History, Civil War-era History, or the History of Abraham Lincoln.
  • TRUE GREATNESS IN SPEECH

    5
    By 1554
    A truly great leader, who sacrificed his entire life for our country. He had to make some of the most onerous decisions in our country's history. He made them with dignity, honor, and truthfulness. President Obama could learn prudence from Lincoln, an undying legend.

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