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John Wilkes Booth

One of the curious artifacts in the University Archives & Special Collections is this theater eyeglass, part of the Howells-Frechette Collection. William D. Howells, a major figure in the late 19th-century literary circles, was a known associate of… 40 more words

Artifacts

A History of Rich Hill

A few days ago, a wonderful piece was published in the Southern Maryland newspapers about the renovations going on at Rich Hill, the former home of Samuel Cox and a stop on John Wilkes Booth’s escape. 5,112 more words

Six Days with Lincoln’s Legacy: Photos and Reflections from our NEH Workshop

Editor’s Note: This July, 72 teachers from around the United States came to Washington for the first ever Ford’s Theatre Seat of War and Peace summer teacher workshop… 737 more words

Civil War

The Conspiracy Between The Union Army And John Wilkes Booth To Assassinate Abraham Lincoln

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Abraham Lincoln

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The Conspiracy Between The Union Army And John Wilkes Booth To Assassinate Abraham Lincoln: 

By Capt. Robert E. Arnold, M.D., USNRR

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A Boothie Road to Appomattox

This past weekend, I attended the 2015 conference for the Society of Women and the Civil War. The organization, dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of women’s lives and roles in the American Civil War, holds an annual conference in a different city and state each year. 1,013 more words

Judas With Strings

The darkness around had taken on the hue of blood. As Charity stared, numb with fright, the blood resolved to a smoky, ingernal scarlet. With a deafening 

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