It was on November 19, 1963, that President Lincoln gave one of the most memorable speeches in history. It was at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 

150 years have passed since that speech, but it still holds as one of the most moving and eventful speeches ever said. In this video, famous documentary maker Ken Burns got all the living US Presidents as well as many celebrities, news makers, and politicians to all recite the address again. According to ABC news, the video is part of the Learn the Address project, a new initiative  started by Burns  to “encourage everyone in America to video record themselves reading or reciting the speech.”

Watch the video, hear the immortal words, and remember this great speech on the 150th anniversary.