The Gettysburg Soldiers' Cemetery and Lincoln's Address: Aspects and Angles

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Klement (history emeritus, Marquette Univ.) has collected a dozen of his published articles on the creation of the Gettysburg cemetery and Lincoln's address. He is an authority on Civil War politics, which is the overriding topic of these articles. Among the myths resoundingly debunked here are that Lincoln's address received a poor reception and that the address was composed on scrap paper on the train to Gettysburg (Klement identifies six copies of the address, none written on the train). There is much repetition, with Lincoln's alleged failure a recurring issue. Why, asks Klement, did Ward Lamon write that the address foundered? He dismisses Lamon as a brawling tall-tale teller, which seems simplistic. Still, Klement's research will fascinate devotees and scholars of the topic. A useful addition to extensive Civil War collections.-- Robert C. Moore, DuPont Merck Pharmaceuticals Co. Information Svces., Wilmington, Del .
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780942597615
  • Publisher: White Mane Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/20/1993
  • Series: Great Historians of the Civil War Ser.
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.09 (d)

Table of Contents

Author's Comments and "Thank Yous"
Introduction
Pt. 1 Three Perspectives 1
I 'These Honored Dead': David Wills and the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg 3
II Ward H. Lamon and the Dedication of the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg 20
III Benjamin B. French, the Lincolns, and the Dedication of the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg 35
Pt. 2 Different Topics 51
IV Ohio and the Dedication of the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg 53
V Lincoln's First Gettysburg Address: A Little Known Impromptu Speech Perhaps Best Forgotten 74
Pt. 3 The Gettysburg Address 81
VI Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address, and Two Myths 83
VII The Ten Who Sat in the Front Row on the Platform During the Dedication of the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg 90
VIII Seven Who Witnessed Lincoln's Gettysburg Address 100
IX A Milwaukeean Witnesses Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: W. Yates Selleck and the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg 122
Pt. 4 Postscript 137
X The Six Copies of the Gettysburg Address in Lincoln's Own Hand 139
XI The Dispute Over the Site of the Platform 179
XII The Music at Gettysburg 192
App. A. Gettysburg (a newspaperman's description) 212
App. B. Documents relating to the procession and program 213
App. C. Rev. Thomas H. Stockton's "Invocation" 215
App. D. Edward Everett's oration, "The Battles of Gettysburg" 217
App. E. President Lincoln's "Dedicatory Address" (newsman Joseph L. Gilbert's version) 242
App. F. Rev. Henry L. Baugher's "Benediction" 243
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