The actual count may be 268 or 270 words, more or less. There are five known manuscripts, and there are small differences in each. The most commonly seen is the signed, handwritten copy by Lincoln called the Bliss copy.
The handwritten Hay copy has 6 differences from the Bliss version. In the Hay form, he adds a seventh here, uses it instead of that field, leaves out an it, and uses the words carried on rather than advanced. The net count is 2 fewer words -- "under God" is left out.
Another, slightly different version appeared in a New York Times article of November 20, 1863.
Bliss version : 270 words (267 if the can not's are combined)
Hay version : 268 words (265 with cannots)
NY Times version : 263 words (uses cannot already) - see related link
278 words By the Way, It's Spelled Gettysburg Address
". . . from the earth"
In the book The Gettysburg Gospel
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The Gettysburg address was writen to comemorate the horrific battle of Gettysburg.
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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.
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The Gettysburg address was given to honor the men who had died.
The Gettysburg Address was given in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
It was 286 words and 10 sentences.
You can find the full Gettysburg Address on this website, if you type in: Why was the Gettysburg Address so powerful and remembered?