Before Reading
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The Gettysburg Address
by Abraham Lincoln, illustrated by Michael McCurdy

What Do You Know

Connecting what you read to what you already know is an important step to understanding what you read. You may already know or may have recently learned a lot about the Civil War. Reminding yourself of that knowledge will help you appreciate reading The Gettysburg Address.

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