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This speech, delivered at the East Front of the US Capitol on March 4, 1865, has become one of the most famous in American presidential history and is inscribed on the wall at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. Against the backdrop of the close of Civil War, President Lincoln used the speech to "finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds" and set his vision for the post-war reunification of the country.
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This versatile tote bag and can be used to carry everyday things, such as books, beach wear, cameras, laptops, wallets, or virtually any other items you may need. Made with a thick canvas that can handle any schedule, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Tote Bag ranks near the top as a fashion accessory.Click for More Details