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John Wilkes Booth's Darringer is the gun that fired the fatal shot into the back of President Abraham Lincoln's head on the evening of Good Friday 1865 at Ford's Theatre in Washington.

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( Chicago Tribune archive ) In 1865 Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth, was surrounded by federal troops on a farm near Bowling Green, Va. He later was found dying in a barn, the victim of either a suicide or a shooting.

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The Civil War. Stage actor, Confederate sympathizer and Presidential assassin John Wilkes Booth.

*SAMUEL BLAND ARNOLD ~ was involved in the plot to kidnap U.S. President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. He and the other conspirators, John Wilkes Booth, David Herold, Lewis Powell, Michael O'Laughlen, and John ... Wikipedia Born: September 6, 1834, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Died: September 21, 1906 Education: St. Timothy's Hall

Samuel Arnold, a conspirator in the plot to kidnap President Abraham Lincoln, was arrested with the other men involved in the assassination plot, seen here April 1865

*JUNIUS BOOTH (John Wilkes Booth Father):  British  + and had moved to the U.. in 1821. In addition to the farm at Bel Air (where the Booth family had slaves), the family also owned a home on North Exeter St. in Baltimore where the colder months of the yr were spend. Junius was one of the most famous actors on the American stage although he was an eccentric personality...

*BRUTUS BOOTH ~ He was an English stage actor and the father of John Wilkes Booth, an actor and the assassin of U. President Abraham Lincoln, Edwin Booth, the foremost tragedian of the mid-to-late .

Confederate sympathizer, John Wilkes Booth, began plotting, not the kidnapping, but the assassination of then President Lincoln after he heard the President share his "serenade" speech in November of 1864.

Confederate sympathizer, John Wilkes Booth, began plotting, not the kidnapping, but the assassination of then President Lincoln after he heard the President share his "serenade" speech in November of

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