From the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield: With the nation marking the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, we take a look at one of the five copies of the Address that President Lincoln wrote in his own hand. We’ll also talk with a curator at the Museum and hear why this speech mattered so much when it was delivered in November of 1863, and why it is considered by many as the best speech ever delivered by an American President.
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