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Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 16:52:36 -0500
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In April 1887, I believe old MT heard Walt Whitman give his rousing and
patriotic speech, "The Death of Abraham Lincoln," in NYC.

Is there any known reflection on the speech, or Twain's reactions to it, by
either Twain or whomever he went with?

Harold K. Bush, Ph.D
Saint Louis University