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Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address
Washington, DC

The Lincoln Memorial is divided into three chambers the main chamber with the statue of Lincoln and two additional chambers on each side.  When you walk into the memorial the chamber on the right contains the second inaugural.  The chamber on the left the Gettysburg Address.

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