Local kids recite Lincoln's farewell address
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Local kids recite Lincoln's farewell address

More than three dozen students at the Davis Elementary School read Lincoln's 1861 farewell address as part of a worldwide event to break the Guinness World Record for most people reading aloud from the same document simultaneously. (Feb. 11) (Evelio Contreras/The Washington Post)

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