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- 1 Favorite speeches and orations
- 1.1 2nd millennium
- 1.1.1 18th century
- 1.1.2 19th century
- 126.96.36.199 1830s
- 188.8.131.52 1850s
- 184.108.40.206 1860s
- 220.127.116.11 1870s
- 18.104.22.168 1880s
- 1.1.3 20th century
- 1.2 3rd millennium
- 1.1 2nd millennium
- 2 See also
- 3 External links
Favorite speeches and orations
- Speech at Chicago, Illinois (10 July 1858), by Abraham Lincoln.
- Speech at Edwardsville, Illinois (11 September 1858), by Abraham Lincoln.
- Cooper Union Speech (27 February 1860), by Abraham Lincoln.
- Allow the Humblest Man an Equal Chance (6 March 1860), by Abraham Lincoln.
- The Constitution of the United States, Is It Pro-Slavery or Anti-Slavery? (26 March 1860), by Frederick Douglass
- Abraham Lincoln's Second State of the Union Address (1 December 1862), by Abraham Lincoln.
- Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address (4 March 1865), by Abraham Lincoln.
- White House Funeral Sermon for President Lincoln (19 April 1865), by P. Densmore Gurley.
- Oration at Ravenna, Ohio (4 July 1865), by James Abram Garfield.
- Speech in the House of Representatives (1 February 1866), by James Abram Garfield.
- The Good Fight (21 March 1866), by George William Curtis.
- Ulysses S. Grant's Sixth State of the Union Address (7 December 1874), by Ulysses S. Grant.
- Speech at the Annual Reunion of the Society of the Army of Tennessee (29 September 1875), by Ulysses S. Grant.
- Letter to Winfield T. Durbin (6 August 1903), by Theodore Roosevelt.
- A Square Deal (7 September 1903), by Theodore Roosevelt.
- The Progress of a People (6 June 1924), by J. Calvin Coolidge, Jr.
- Letter to Charles F. Gardner (9 August 1924), by J. Calvin Coolidge, Jr.
- Ordered Liberty and World Peace (6 September 1924), by J. Calvin Coolidge, Jr.
- The Genius of America (16 October 1924), by J. Calvin Coolidge, Jr.
- Hope and Conscience Will Not Be Silenced (8 July 2003), by George Walker Bush.
- Europe's Anti-American Obsession (4 December 2003), by Jean-François Revel.