That’s What History Said

History is filled with great characters, who in turn are filled with great quotes.

As I come across any memorable and distinct quotes, I’ll tweet them from @ZachHistoryAU with the hashtag #thatswhathistorysaid, embedded below. I’ll also try to create actual posts on some of the better ones here. These quotes will range from the funny, to the poignant, to the bizarre, and almost certainly will include a few Lincoln quips here and there.

And if you find any quotes that really speak to you, feel free to tweet them too!

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