On this day, April 26th in American History:
- To the shores of Tripoli!
- Sherman finally gets to the beach.
- Death to Assassins
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1980 Channing Tatum (actor)
1865 John Wilkes Booth (assassin – Abraham Lincoln)
On This Day:
1986 World’s worst nuclear disaster when 4th reactor at Chernobyl explodes, killing 31 and spreading contamination in various degrees to much of Western Europe. 14 more words
On this date in 1865, the Philadelphia Inquirer published a telling letter written by John Wilkes Booth, the recent assassin of President Lincoln.
The letter is known to readers of the Lincoln assassination story as John Wilkes Booth’s, “To Whom it May Concern” letter. 2,306 more words
Shortly after President Abraham Lincoln was carried to the Petersen boardinghouse on the night of April 14, 1865, rumors spread about a separate attack on Secretary of State William H. 678 more words