It depends on which version, as there are five known manuscripts to Mr.'s address. The two most referenced have 270 and 268, while the version printed in the New York Times (1863) has 263 words.
The count of Lincoln's signed Bliss copy (with "under God") has 270 words. This is reduced to 267 words if the words "can not" are written properly as "cannot."
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It was 286 words and 10 sentences.
there are five known copies of the Gettysburg Address
272 words, and it took Abraham Lincoln 2 minutes to recite it.
there is five known copies of the gettysburg address
He wrote the Gettysburg Address to talk about the many soldiers who died at the Battle of Gettysburg.
". . . from the earth"
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The Gettysburg Address was written 5 different times
In the book The Gettysburg Gospel
The Gettysburg address was writen to comemorate the horrific battle of Gettysburg.
Sorry, i do not know but can you help me find the first six words of the Gettysburg address.
The one engraved on the Lincoln Memorial is 263 words. Bancroft copy 271 words, Bliss copy 272 words.
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Gettysburg was a battle. Gettysburg address is a speech President Abraham Lincoln gave after the battle
shall not perish from the earth
shall not perish from the earth.
yes, you can paraphrase the gettysburg address
The Gettysburg Address was made in 1863.
Gettysburg Address was created in 1863.
well it basically is an announcement he made at Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Lincoln described the way he felt for the nation and so it was and announcement at Gettysburg (xhope this helps!Xoxo,Tiffany >.
The Gettysburg address was given to honor the men who had died.
The Gettysburg Address was given in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
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