The Story of John Wilkes Booth: His Plot to Kill the President, His Escape, His Capture, and His Death pdf epub
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The Story Of John Wilkes Booth: His Plot To Kill The President, His Escape, His Capture, And His Death

Originally published in 1901 as a portion of the author’s larger “McKinley, Garfield, Lincoln,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in length to a physical book of approximately 24 pages, describes John Wilkes Booth’s plot to assassinate the President and details his escape, his capture, and his death.Sample passage:The soldiers were only a few paces apart, and in steady order they took the ground as ...

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Publisher: A. J. Cornell Publications (September 11, 2014)
Publication Date: September 11, 2014
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Language: English
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t came, now plunging to their armpits in foul sluices of gangrened water, now hopelessly submerged in slime, now attacked by legions of wood-ticks, now tempting some unfaithful log or greenishly solid morass, and plunging to the tip of the skull in poisonous stagnation; the tree boughs rent their uniforms; they came out upon dry land many of them without a rag of garment, scratched, and gashed, and spent, repugnant to themselves, and disgusting to those who saw them; but not one trace of Booth or Herold was anywhere found. Wherever they might be, the swamps did not contain them.