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Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth By Finis L Bates
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Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth
The Plot to Kill John Wilkes Booth By C. Fenway Braxton
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Otto Eisenschimyl shocked the world by accusing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton in the plot to kill Abraham Lincoln. Mainstream historian's have always dismissed his charges. They claim the... More > Confederate government was the mastermind behind the plot. This volume attempts to show both sides in that debate are wrong. On one side, Eisenschimyl misread Stanton's actions and, on the other, historians are no closer to proving the Confederate connection than when it was claimed almost a century-and-a-half ago. The question hinges on motives. Once one understands the motives behind Stanton's actions, they make perfect sense. On Booth's side, it is the lack of a cohesive motive that has kept the historians at drift since the assassination. No one has yet come forward with a solid motive for the actor's insane act. Perhaps by putting both of these investigations together in one place, and shaking well, we can begin to make a little sense out of the ages-old confusion that is the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln.< Less
The Life, Crime and Capture of John Wilkes Booth By GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND, Richard Lee Fulgham
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COMPLETE BOOK FREE AS PREVIEW ON THIS COMPUTER! The story of the man who assassinated Abraham Lincoln. Very deatiled and graphic, and filled with little known but fascinating details. Was Wilkes a... More > vicious killer or a noble avenger? This book will help you understand Booth's motives -- and the man himself. Great book. It's no wonder the politically correct don't want you to read this one. Read it here FREE! Or purchase the text in book or CD form at very low cost.< Less
The Life, Crime and Capture of John Wilkes Booth By Richard Lee Fulgham, GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND
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COMPLETE BOOK FREE AS PREVIEW ON THIS COMPUTER! The story of the man who assassinated Abraham Lincoln. Very deatiled and graphic, and filled with little known but fascinating details. Was Wilkes a... More > vicious killer or a noble avenger? This book will help you understand Booth's motives -- and the man himself. Great book. It's no wonder the politically correct don't want you to read this one. Read it here FREE! Or purchase the text in book or CD form at very low cost.< Less
Booth vs. Lincoln - Volume 1 By Andrew Doane
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Booth vs. Lincoln: A webcomic following the exploits of the 16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln and his assassin John Wilkes Booth, and the two brothers who brought them back using... More > their home-made time machine. This book chronicles the opening storyline, with over 100 comic strips.< Less
Booth vs. Lincoln - Volume 1 By Andrew Doane
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Booth vs. Lincoln: A webcomic following the exploits of the 16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln and his assassin John Wilkes Booth, and the two brothers who brought them back using... More > their home-made time machine. This book chronicles the opening storyline, with over 100 comic strips.< Less
The Thackery Journal By John Holt
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On the night of April 14th 1865 President Abraham Lincoln attended a performance at The Ford Theatre, in Washington. A single shot fired by John Wilkes Booth hit the President in the back of the... More > head. He slumped to the floor, and died a few hours later without recovering consciousness. Was Booth a lone assassin? Or was he part of a wider conspiracy? A plot to replace Lincoln with General Ulysses S. Grant.< Less
Battle Prosthetic By Pete Froslie
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Lincoln Memoirs: From the Log Cabin to the White House By Mary M. Harris
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One may well imagine the love and pride the great emancipator took in his three boys, Robert, William and Thomas. Had they all lived to do their life work, history would have read different to what... More > it reads today. I have said once before, and I will repeat it now, that Mr. Clay, when he was once answering an objection to the colonization society, that ultimate emancipation of the slaves, said that " those who would repress all tendencies to liberty and ultimate emancipation, must do more than put down the benevolent efforts of the colonization society—they must go back to the era of our liberty and independence, and muzzle the cannon that thunders its annual joyous return—they must blot out the moral light around us—they must penetrate the human soul and eradicate the light of reason, and the love of liberty" and I do think—I repeat, though I said it on a former occasion that Judge Douglass and whoever, like him, teaches that the negro has no share....< Less
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates By Edwin Erle Sparks
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Stump Speaking— As the American people pushed their way across the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the thin edge of advancing civilization was known as the "frontier." It... More > was made up of courageous spirits who subdued the Indians, drove the French and Spanish from their pathway, slew the wild beasts, felled the forests, built their log cabins, and planted their fields. Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett belonged to these hardy people. Cut off from the comforts and privileges which they had enjoyed before migrating to "the West," these people resorted to various makeshifts to supply their needs. They used Indian moccasins on their feet, and coonskin caps on their heads. Lacking newspapers, they learned the issues of the political campaigns by assembling to hear the candidates who, in turn, mounted the stump of a felled tree in the streets of the frontier town and from that forum addressed the voters.< Less