1 edition of The Gettysburg Address found in the catalog.
The Gettysburg Address
|Statement||written by Jonathan Hennessey ; art by Aaron McConnell ; lettering by Tom Orzechowski|
|Contributions||McConnell, Aaron, 1976-|
|LC Classifications||E475.55 .H466 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||214|
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