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Who wrote the Gettysburg Address that said the Civil War was to preserve a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
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This picture has a american flag and a civil war flag and it
has hats and gun under the flag. it is the equipment that they are wearing.
This picture is an old newspaper about the
civil war. this is an article that was there back then when they had the war.
The person who wrote the Gettysburg Address was written by Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address because he wanted to see if the civil war soldiers were strong or worthy enough. Abraham Lincoln took for score and seven years ago our father brought what ever he could. The Gettysburg Address was written because Abraham lincoln wanted people to know that he delivered there; to preserve and make more readily accessible the landmarks associated with his life or ancestry within pennsylvania; and to actively encourage the youth of our commonwealth to embrace his ideals. The battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the civil war. The gettysburg Address was provided some of Lincoln's reasoning about the causes and effects of the civil war. It highlighted the Military campaign and laid out the principles for Reconstruction.
Abraham lincoln was the 16th president of the united states guided his country through the most devastating experience in its national history-the civil war... He was shot in the head by his friend or member of his group. When he died they made a statue of him and put it in the white house. Abraham lincoln. Lincoln was losing interest in politics. He was the commander in chief. He was on penny and the 5 dollar bill. He was the president during the civil war. He opposed the spread of slavery. He preserve the union -by force if necessary. Lincoln also believed the united states was one nation and not a collection independence states.
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