Society History By Region North America United States Presidents Lincoln, Abraham Assassination Booth, John Wilkes
This category lists pages and sites that tell about John Wilkes Booth (1821-1865). Once a prominent actor, Booth is more commonly known as the infamous gunman who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln inside Ford's Theatre.
The Capture of John Wilkes Booth
Official cavalry report describes Booth's capture.
The Death of John Wilkes Booth
The last moments of Lincoln's assassin, described by eyewitness Lieutenant Edward Doherty.
Did John Wilkes Booth Flee to Granbury
Examines the story that Booth fled to this Texas town shortly after taking the President's life.
A History of John Wilkes Booth
Tells the story of Booth's life, focusing on the years before his infamous act.
The Life and Plot of John Wilkes Booth
This page includes a description of John Wilkes Booth's life and his plot against Abraham Lincoln.
Life, Crime and Capture of John Wilkes Booth
News letters about John Wilkes Booth, written for a newspaper during the time the events were happening.
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