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2 Feb The Gettysburg Address read by Jeff Daniels: publicado como Subject: Jeff Daniels Reads The Gettysburg Address Community Audio. Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address Text and Audio Readings. In a recorded interview in , year-old General Julius Howell recalls fighting as a Confederate soldier during the Civil War and the moment he heard.
Lincoln's Gettysburg address. Delivered at the dedication of the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg, November, | Gettysburg address Sound Recording . 19 Nov President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address as inscribed on the stone We' re also adding the audio of Morning Edition's discussion with. 'Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation.
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