The very spot where grew the bread that formed my bones, I see. How strange, old field, on thee to tread, and feel I'm part of thee. - Abraham Lincoln Quotes
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Quote:The very spot where grew the bread that formed my bones, I see. How strange, old field, on thee to tread, and feel I'm part of thee. - Abraham Lincoln Quotes
  


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