Interactive: Seeking Abraham Lincoln at the Gettysburg Address | Smithsonian Magazine

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A series of photographs captured in November 1863 give us a sense of what happened when Lincoln delivered his famous speech

A series of photographs captured in November 1863 give us a sense of what happened when Lincoln delivered his famous speech

Take a look at the interactive to see how Christopher Oakley, a former Disney animator, pored over photographs of the dedication ceremony at the Soldiers’ National Battlefield, where President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. There are three images of note, two made by noted Civil War photographer Alexander Gardner and one by David Bacharach.

In which of the three pictures do you believe Lincoln appears?

(description from Smithsonian Institute website)

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