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November 17, 2013

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Mara Kay

I visted Gettysburg and was shocked to see rows and rows of graves. Yes, the Civil War was a big, bloody battle. I got a first hand view of what it means to be American.

Steve Leveen

Dear Mara,

Yes, I remember those graves as well. And I remember a plaque in bronze with the address on it. People had left Lincoln pennies on it, tokens of appreciation. An American peak experience. All best, Steve

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