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150 years later: the Gettysburg Address

November 19, 2013
By ALMA SOUTHMAYD - Special to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise

It is Nov. 19, 1863. A long steel-gray train moves through the countryside, toward the small city of Gettysburg, Pa. A plume of thick black smoke drifts behind the engine. Inside the last car, President Abraham Lincoln sits at a desk, putting the finishing touches on his speech. He will give the speech on the great battlefield of Gettysburg.

 
 
 

 

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