The Gettysburg address : perspectives on Lincoln's greatest speech /

It remains without question the most memorable and memorized speech in American history. In 272 words, spoken on November 19, 1863, among the freshly dug graves of the Union dead at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Abraham Lincoln evoked and distilled the profound significance of the terrible war in which...

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Other Authors: Conant, Sean, (Editor)
Mulroney, Dermot,
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Lang, Stephen,
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McDonough, Neal,
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Archer, Ellen,
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Ballerini, Edoardo, 1970-
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Davis, Jonathan (Narrator)
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Ganim, Peter,
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Gilbert, Tavia,
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Gordon, Zachary, 1998-
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Keating, John,
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Malcolm, Graeme,
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Miles, Robin,
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Pittu, David,
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Toren, Suzanne,
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Van Dyck, Jennifer,
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Format: Spoken Word Recording Audio CD
Language:English
Published:New York, NY : Hachette Audio, p2015.
Edition:Unabridged
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