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NOTABLE EXERCISES ON CEMETERY HILL WHAT THE CIVIL WAR HEROES STOOD FOR The Taught Us How to Live Usefully and to Do Our Duty Bravely, Loyally and with Common Sense--War Waged for Neblest Ideals President Roosevelt's Speech
The Hartford Courant (1887-1922) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: May 31, 1904
Start Page: 9
Pages: 1
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Gettysburg, Pa., May 30.--President Roosevelt delivered a Memorial Day address on historic Cemetery Hill to-day in the presence of several hundred veterans of the Civil War and thousands of people who had assembled to pay tribute to the nation's dead.

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