150th anniversary Gettysburg Address quiz

Published: Monday, Nov. 18 2013 11:22 p.m. MST

Today marks the 150th anniversary since President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address.

But what does four score and seven years even mean? How long was the speech? How many words?

Here is a 150th anniversary quiz that promises to both test your knowledge of the address and provide new insights into the speech and the circumstances under which it was delivered.

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Kaufman, TX

Infamous? Check the definition of the word. I don't believe you meant to describe the speech as "infamous".

Mount Pleasant, UT

Abraham Lincoln in my estimation was a tremendously intelligent and god-fearing man. I would have loved to shake his hand and let him know of the respect and love I have for him. The movie was done well. It was truthful.

Springville, UT

Here's a question: What two words from the original Gettysburg Address did President Obama leave out in his rendition of that speech?

Huh? Give up?

"Under God."

Barack Obama omitted the words "under God" from the Gettysburg Address when reciting the great speech for a Ken Burns documentary. Burns had filmed all living presidents as well as various Hollywood personalities and luminaries to pay homage to the speech which was delivered by Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago, today.

Wonder why?

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