Murder At Ford S Theatre

Author: Brendan H. Egan, Jr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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Only the Bible has been written about more than the Civil War, and the assassination of Lincoln is a part of that story. This is that story.

President Lincoln Assassinated The Firsthand Story Of The Murder Manhunt Tr

Publisher: Library of America
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on. the. Death. of. President. Lincoln. A surgeon at the Armory Square military
hospital in Washington, Charles A. Leale (1842–1932) had graduated from
Bellevue Hospital Medical College in New York City only six weeks before the
assassination. The first physician to come to the President's aid at Ford's Theatre,
Leale wrote his report soon after the event, possibly within a day or two. Having
been the first of our profession who arrived to the assistance of our late President,
and ...


Author: Richard Bak
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814333532
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Mourning Lincoln Campus Martins, Detroit, April 25, 1865 On Good Friday, 1865,
just days after the country had concluded a bloody civil war, Abraham Lincoln
was assassinated at Ford s Theatre in Washington DC. The president s murder at
the hand of John Wilkes Booth threw millions of Americans into despair. "
Although I was less than three years old," longtime Detroit politician John C.
Lodge would recall as an old man, "a vivid memory of the heavy gloom which
enveloped us on ...

The Suppressed Truth About The Assassination Of Abraham Lincoln

Author: B. McCarty
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5871182399
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Now, we will take up the trail of the arch-conspirator and assassin, John Harrison
Surratt, the man who called the time in front of Ford's Theatre the night of the
murder of President Lincoln, and track him, step by step, to the very shadow of
the Vatican, whose protection he sought and received, until a formal demand was
made by the United States government for his return to this country for trial for the
murder of Abraham Lincoln. In order to nail the Roman church to the cross in this
great ...

Harper S New Monthly Magazine

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After the first three days the trial was held in public. The persons actually on trial,
with the specific charges against them, are these: Louis Payne, the attempt to
murder Mr. Seward and others; David C. Harold, assisting Booth in the
assassination of the President, and aiding his escape; Edward Spanglel', an
attaché of Ford's Theatre, aiding Booth in the act, and assisting him to escape
from the theatre; J. \V. Atzerott, design to murder Vice-President Johnson ;
Michael O'Loughlin, design ...

War Letters

Author: Andrew Carroll
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439107317
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Major William Child, a surgeon from New Hampshire who had treated wounded
soldiers throughout the war, was in Ford's Theatre across from the president
when it happened. Still reeling from the historic event, he dashed off the following
letter to his wife. Washington, D.C. Apr. 14, 1865 My Dear Wife Wild dreams and
real facts are but brothers. This night I have seen the murder of the President of
the United States. Early in the evening I went to Fords Theater. After a little time
the ...

Mourning Lincoln

Author: Martha Hodes
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300213565
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O'Reilly and Martin Dugard, Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That
Changed America Forever, in North and South: The Official Magazine of the Civil
War Society 13 [November 2011], 61). On Lincoln's assassination, see Richard
Wightman Fox, Lincoln's Body: A Cultural History (New York: W.W. Norton, 2015);
Thomas A. Bogar, Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of
the Actors and Stagehands at Ford's Theatre (Washington, D.C.: Regnery History,

The Lincoln Assassination Trial The Court Transcripts

Author: William C. Edwards
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It is shown as clearly as the sun shines that he did not do the murder with his own
hands, that he did not strike the mortal blow; and the only question that can arise
under the Charge an Specification and the evidence in this cause is whether he
was such an aider and abettor as would make ... Now what possible assistance
could the accused have rendered to a murder committed within Ford' s Theater
about the time that he was riding slowly down the middle of Pennsylvania

They Have Killed Papa Dead

Author: Anthony Pitch
Publisher: Steerforth
ISBN: 1586421638
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The Road to Ford's Theatre, Abraham Lincoln's Murder, and the Rage for
Vengeance Anthony Pitch. (HMPTR1 -. "it'll. Sal. MPs. simul. Blinn. Mio. s
President-elect Abraham Lincoln's train prepared to chug noisily out of the Great
Western Railroad Depot in Springfield, Illinois, on a cold, wet February II, 1861,
security officials far to the east worked overtime to prevent his assassination. The
exhausting railroad journey would take him across half the country before
passing through the ...

The Rough Guide To Washington Dc

Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
ISBN: 1405382295
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Following Lincoln's assassination, Ford's Theatre (daily 9am–5pm, closed during
rehearsals and matinees; free, but tickets required; turn up when the site opens to
book, or call T202/397-7328; T202/347-4833,, www.nps.
gov/foth; Metro Centre Metro) was draped in black as a show of respect, and it
remained closed while the conspirators were pursued, caught and tried. Ford
abandoned attempts to reopen the theatre after he received death threats, the ...