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Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Had the Holy Grail of American manuscripts been discovered at last, or was the document too good to be true? As an essential historical document relating to American freedom, as well as an admired example of profound oratory, the address given by President Lincoln when he dedicated the national cemetery at Gettysburg on November 19,would be priceless.
Lincoln Nov 19, The page looked credible to Ostendorf, but many of his fellow collectors and Lincoln scholars were skeptical.
Where was the first page? What about the reading copy? It consists of two pages, the second in pencil, and it was never folded.
This is the final draft that Lincoln took from his pocket and read at Gettysburg. It was lost, but its second page was supposedly discovered by Ostendorf.
It has folds and a signed inscription to David Wills. This copy was requested by Edward Everett who also spoke at the Gettysburg dedication for a book he was writing on the event. Colonel Alexander Bliss asked for a copy to be used for printing. Lincoln wrote it on lined paper provided by Bliss for that purpose.
Lincoln signed it, as requested, making it the standard version. Ostendorf studied the purported reading copy see figure If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.
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