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November 06, 2014


g.g. gordon

Is the Edward Everett mentioned in this article the same man who spoke before Lincoln in Gettysburg, November 1863? Based upon Everett's bio on Wikipedia, I am assuming he is one and the same. Please comment?

Mim Harrison

Dear G.G. Gordon,

I checked with one of our authors, Dan DeSimone, and he confirmed that this Edward Everett is indeed the very same who spoke at Gettysburg with Lincoln. Kudos for connecting those historical dots!

All best,

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