after Lincolns speech, the Gettysburg Address, it helped America realize that it wasn't a ton of individual states...it was a unified nation!
That America was not indiviual states but a unified nation.
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The Gettysburg Address helped the Union
Sorry, i do not know but can you help me find the first six words of the Gettysburg address.
it said something about war or slavery to end did that help
I am not sure about the sinifiance of it. But the battle of Gettysburg was a horrendous tragedy. it was one of the worst battles in history. Any way.... the Gettysburg address was given I believe a couple days after the battle. I might be wrong so you might want to google it. Glad I could help!!
The country's original ideas
He helped Americans to see that there were solutions to the problems of the Great Depression.
I don't know either, but this might help:What_is_the_real_meaning_of_the_gettysburg_addressThat's what I used, hope I helped!
I can't really explain it in words but mostly because I know you are taking the DAR essay and can't really help you with it....
Gettysburg was a small town in 1863. Its population was 2,400 people. After the Battle of Gettysburg they did all they could to help the over 22,000 wounded soldiers.
first of all it is Gettysburg and it help win the war the was after the speech of Gettysburg, basically a turning point
hell if i know... help?
How did the native Americans help Jamestown
They just realize that you are humans ... and we are here to help
I realize that you can't think of a sentence on your own, so I shall help you. I hope that you will then realize all of your dreams.
The purpose of the Gettysburg address, was for Abraham Lincoln to help to dedicate the National Soldiers Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In one of the shortest speeches ever, Lincoln gave a speech honoring the men that had died on the 3 days of fighting and proclaiming that the end of the war would bring about "a new birth of freedom". Basically he said that because of those that died the nation would forever more be free. "And that the government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth."
That nation or any nation so conceived and so dedicated can long endure. That's all I know............ I hope it help you guys
it made them stronger. because they won
Well in November 19, 1863 Abraham Lincoln read his speech(the Gettysburg Address) at the dedication of soldiers in the nation cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, during the Civil War. "Four score and seven years ago…", was the beginning of Abraham's speech. He is referring to the event that has occurred in the Civil War. Another thing is to dedicate the living to the struggle and to see that "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." None of this may not answer your question but it helped me. If you need any additional help go to www.wikihow.com it helped me