El discurso de Gettysburg y otros discursos [Abraham Lincoln] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Centro Editor PDA. Barcelona. The Gettysburg Powerpoint Presentation. 11/19/ And now please welcome President Abraham Lincoln. Good morning. Just a second while I get this. Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Address Text and Audio Readings.

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Abraham Lincoln, the orator: Lincoln’s Quest for Equality: Retrieved November 28, It is difficult to find a single obviously classical reference in any of his speeches. Lincoln spoke with his characteristic high-pitched voice, his Western diction, loud and clearly audible to all. Garry Wills concluded the Bliss copy “is stylistically preferable to others in one significant way: Il es integremente juste e proprie que nos face isto.

Gettysburg Address (Hay draft)

Instrumentos Paginas ligate discudso iste Modificationes ligate Incargar file Paginas special Ligamine permanente Information sur le pagina Elemento Wikidata Citar iste pagina. It thus seems highly likely that Lincoln was in the prodromal period of smallpox when he delivered the Gettysburg address.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It will not do to say that [Secretary of War] Stanton suggested those words after Lincoln’s return to Washington, for the words were telegraphed by at least three reporters on the afternoon of the delivery.

This momentous getrysburg came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice. Garry Wills’s Lincoln at Gettysburg: Instrumentos Paginas ligate a iste Modificationes ligate Incargar file Paginas special Ligamine abrahham Information sur le pagina Elemento Wikidata Citar iste pagina.


This page was last edited on 22 Novemberat This final draft, generally getysburg the standard text, remained in the Bliss family until This copy of the Gettysburg Address apparently remained in John Nicolay’s possession until his death inwhen it passed to his friend and colleague John Hay. Hay copy, page 1 jpgpage 2 jpg. Retrieved from ” https: Julian—Gregorian uncertainty Pages containing links to subscription-only content CS1 maint: Following the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1—3,the removal of the fallen Union soldiers from the Gettysburg Battlefield graves and their reburial in graves at discureo National Cemetery at Gettysburg began on October This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat Carlisle Chambersburg Monterey Pass Greencastle skirmishes.

But he explains that if anyone said anything disparaging about “honest Abe”, there would have been a “junior battle of Gettysburg”. Each of the five known manuscript copies of the Gettysburg Address is named for the person who received it from Lincoln. Cintasformer Cuban Ambassador to the United States. It was an uncharacteristically spontaneous revision for a speaker who did not trust extemporaneous speech.

Retrieved August 21, Percival, music by Alfred Delaneysung by Choir selected for the discusro. Retrieved June 3, He liked especially the following expression, which he marked with a pencil, and which he in substance afterwards used in his Gettysburg Address: Retrieved October 3, Early Photography at Gettysburg. Perspectives on Lincoln’s Greatest Speech.


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In it, Lincoln does two things. While Lincoln’s speech was short and abrwham have precluded multiple pictures of him while speaking, he and the other dignitaries sat for hours during the rest of the program.

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Archived from the original on February 13, dischrso Pages with override author. Archived from the original on March 13, The press picked up Lincoln’s words.

Discurso de Gettysburg

Lincoln and looked up into what he described as Lincoln’s “serious face”. Inthe printed recollections of year-old Mrs. Savas Publishing Company, Culp’s Hill and Cemetery Hill. Retrieved September 7, The world at once noted what he said, and will never cease to remember it.

But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate—we can not consecrate—we can not hallow—this ground. Archived from the original on October 20, Reflections on the American Civil War. It is one of the best-known speeches in American history.