Todd Palin chatted with reporters at a coffee shop in Pennsylvania after touring the Gettysburg battlefields.
Lou's valedictory has been acclaimed, without sarcasm, as baseball's Gettysburg Address.
While the Gettysburg Address was—and is—iconic, the battle is an important part of our collective memory.
Lee put the blame for Gettysburg on himself, which was a rare and noble thing to do, then retreated, and kept on fighting.
Let us use the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address to rededicate ourselves to this solemn purpose.
The one-act play may be said to have arrived in the nine years that have elapsed since Gettysburg was published.
The crucial battle of the war, Gettysburg, was being fought.
Dave Morse came with him, but little Davy lies at Gettysburg.
We have had not one Gettysburg, but twenty Gettysburgs; but we have had no Union.
Thus ended the battle of Gettysburg—the bloody turning-point of the Rebellion—the bloody baptism of the redeemed Republic.
town in southern Pennsylvania, U.S., 1800 (earlier it was Gettys-town), founded 1780s by Gen. James Gettys and named for him. Civil War battle there was fought July 1-3, 1863. The Gettysburg Address was given Nov. 19, 1863, and was being called that by 1865, though before Lincoln’s assassination the term tended to refer to Edward Everett’s full oration that preceded Lincoln’s short speech.