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This DVD examines two very important parts of Abraham Lincoln's presidency and legacy: the President's use of the telegraph and the Gettysburg Address. PBS presents an interesting look at the first wired president—even going so far as to describe the telegraph as the internet of the 19th century.
This 60 minute documentary shows how Lincoln made great use of the telegraph and how the technology lead to the famously brief 272 word Gettysburg Address.
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