Wilkes Booth's Private Confession of the Murder of President Lincoln: And His Terrible Oath of Vengeance; Furnished by an Escaped Confederate (Classic Reprint)

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Wilkes Booth's Private Confession of the Murder of President Lincoln: And His Terrible Oath of Vengeance; Furnished by an Escaped Confederate (Classic Reprint) - Booth, John Wilkes
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Excerpt from Wilkes Booth's Private Confession of the Murder of President Lincoln: And His Terrible Oath of Vengeance; Furnished by an Escaped Confederate After a brief but brilliant career in England he went over to America, where he settled. The young man who, by an act of singular daring and atrocity, has left behind him so unenviable a notoriety, was the third son of J unius Brutus Booth; he was born in Maryland, near to the city of Baltimore, in the year 1838. At the time of his birth his father was in the occupa tion ...

Wilkes Booth's Private Confession of the Murder of President Lincoln: And His Terrible Oath of Vengeance; Furnished by an Escaped Confederate (Classic Reprint) 2018, Forgotten Books

ISBN-13: 9781331453345

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