Objects & Places from Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words that Remade America

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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

A brief 272-word speech considered one of the foremost documents of American history.

The Battle of Gettysburg

This was the most important and most famous battle of the Civil War.

Transcendentalism

A philosophical movement based partly on emotional and spiritual experiences in nature.

The Gettysburg Cemetery Dedication ceremony

Event held on November 19, 1863.

The Culture of Death

A phrase Garry Wills uses to describe the nineteenth century preoccupation with death, dying and mourning.

The rural cemetery movement

A nineteenth century fad that came out of Transcendentalism.

The Greek Revival

New wave of appreciation for a certain culture's style

Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address

Second most powerful speech given by Lincoln

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

A small Pennsylvania farming community

The Crittendon Amendment

The last ditch attempt in Congress to keep the South from seceding from the Union

False myths about Gettysburg

Things that are misunderstood

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