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    Gettysburg Address

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    Confederate Memorial, Gettysburg

    Photograph of an Old Soldier. The picture was taken at the Stone Wall at Gettysburg in 1913. Picture shows the old soldier writing his memories of the Battle of Gettysburg, at the Gettysburg Reunion.


    Fig. 7-C- Edgar Allan Poe poses with Abraham Lincoln in Mathew Brady’s Washington, D.C. studio- February 4th, 1849. WAT

    Gettysburg Address - by Norman Rockwell

    Abraham Lincoln Inaugural Address

    Abraham Delivering the Gettysburg Address

    150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address

    Lincoln postcard with Gettysburg Address

    Amazing photograph of a very historical day with Troops marching in Gettysburg from the town towards the Memorial Cemetery for Mr. Lincoln to make history by giving his Gettysburg Address speech. He would perhaps be somewhere in the photograph or very near in the procession. *s*

    Civil War Battles

    Wedding day photograph of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd taken November 4, 1842 in Springfield, Illinois after three years of a stormy courtship and a broken engagement.

    Hatfield-McCoy Feud

    Abraham Lincoln 1862 on the Battlefield of Antietam

    Veterans of the Battle of Gettysburg. taken in 1913, at a reunion held on the battlefield. The man sitting on the rocks is a Rebel soldier, and the man standing is a Union soldier.

    A clever and artful composite of the State Box at Ford's Theatre on April 14, 1865. Major Rathbone on the left with fiance, Clara Harris. Mary and the President sit watching the comedy Our American Cousin while in the dark background, J. Wilkes Booth quietly creeps up from behind to deliver the fatal point blank gunshot to the President's head.

    Civil War. What a price they paid

    Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln, attending the dedication exercises at the Lincoln Memorial (May 30, 1922).

    Inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln in front of the U.S. Capital building (still undergoing construction), March 4, 1861.