I salute all the citizens of our great nation and compatriots living abroad, all those who are watching the broadcast of this ceremony and all
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March 4, 1857: Inaugural Address Transcript Fellow-Citizens: I appear before you this day to take the solemn oath “that I will faithfullyexecute the office of
MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1849 Elected by the American people to the highest office known to our laws, I appear here to take the oath prescribed
March 04, 1881 Fellow-Citizens: We stand to-day upon an eminence which overlooks a hundred years of national life–a century crowded with perils, but crowned with
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