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From a young age, Walt Whitman wanted to be an orator.  He attended political debates and heard great lecturers of his day, and he loved the power of the spoken word. He gave various addresses later in life, but none so famous as his Death of Lincoln lectures presented in various cities between 1879 and 1890, in which he eulogized Abraham Lincoln and pondered the significance of the Civil War.

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