The Gettysburg Address is a famous short speech made by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 for the dedication of a cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where soldiers who died in the Battle of Gettysburg were buried.Bibliographic notes
Because the speech was so brief, it is not often published by itself. The editions listed here are short publications mainly consisting of the speech, sometimes with a small amount of commentary or related material. Works that include this address as a small part of a larger compilation are listed separately. Many of the books about this work also include the text of the speech.See also
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