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The Gettysburg Address, written by Abraham Lincoln in less than an hour. The speech took less than five minutes to deliver, and the photographer on the scene didn't capture photos because his camera wasn't ready, as he was expecting Lincoln to talk for at least an hour. Reading the text still gives me goosebumps

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Analyzing "The Gettysburg Address" by Abraham Lincoln President's Day Activity

Practice analyzing text to locate literary devices and persuasive technique using the famous "Gettysburg Address" speech by President Abraham Lincoln.

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Tagxedo – the new Wordle

Tagxedo... the NEW Wordle that creates images based on the info. SO will use this for our Presidential Project and other projects this year!

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November 19, 1863: President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address at the dedication of a military cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the American Civil War. This is the only known photograph of Lincoln at Gettysburg.

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Text to Text

Text to Text | The Gettysburg Address and 'Why the Civil War Still Matters' - NYTimes.com (a close reading lesson plan, including graphic organizers)

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