Most Used Words In The Gettysburg Address

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Most Used Words In The Gettysburg Address

One hundred fifty years ago Tuesday, President Abraham Lincoln delivered the historic Gettysburg Address at the site of the bloodiest battle of the American Civil War. Here are the words and phrases used in Lincoln's speech weighted by the frequency with which they appeared.

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