The Baron Dekalb: Address (Classic Reprint)

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Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen:

It is patriotic, instructive and inspiring to recall our country's heroic past and to review the lives, the characters and the services of the heroes who have illustrated, by their valor and self-abnegation, the proudest pages of American history. We owe to the memories of all who fell in the long and desperate struggle of the Colonies for Independence the sacred duty of repeating and perpetuating the story of their sacrifices and achievements and commemorating their love of liberty. Though more than a century has rolled over their graves their examples, written in blood and consecrated by death, remain to guide, encourage and inspire us and those who will come after us. It is not enough that enduring memorials should attest our gratitude; we should tell again and again to each other and to mankind how they labored, fought and died that this nation might exist and that the inestimable blessings of free government might be the priceless heritage of this great people.

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