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About Lincoln's Visit

Some of the sites in the town of Gettysburg related to Lincoln's visit:

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Located in the town square, known as the Diamond, Lincoln slept and finished his Gettysburg Address here.
David Wills House
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200 yards beyond this gatehouse is where Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address
Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse
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Lincoln's podium was near the treeline halfway between the monument and the right of this image.
Soldiers National Monument
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There is a statue of Lincoln on the Pennsylvania Monument. It's the one on the right.
Pennsylvania Monument
Lincoln Address Memorial - In the Soldiers National Cemetery
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Down this street to the right is the train station Lincoln used. There is now a diner named after him to the left.
Western Maryland Station

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