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Lincoln's Assassination Was Not the Worst Thing That Ever Happened at Ford's Theater

Ford's Theater, Site of Lincoln Assassination, to Reopen - The New York Times

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The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln's Assassination

Assassination of President Lincoln, Ford's Theatre, Washington, April 14, 1865. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. LC-DIG-pga-11188.

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Ford's Theatre

Interiors of a stage theater, Ford's Theater, Washington DC, USA

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Lincoln's Assassination Was Not the Worst Thing That Ever Happened at Ford's Theater

Lincoln's Assassination and the Making of History—Before Your Eyes

A National Historic Site, Ford's Theatre is most known as the location where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in 1865. It's one of Washington DC's ...

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Ford's Theatre

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For Sale: The Telegram That Announced Abraham Lincoln's Death

Interior of Ford's Theatre. Lincoln was sitting in the flag-draped mezzanine loge when he was shot. (National Park Service, Boucher, 1976.)

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The Last Surviving Witness of the Lincoln Assassination Appears on the TV Game Show "I've Got a Secret" (1956) | Open Culture

The Presidential Box in Ford's Theatre, where Lincoln was shot.

Video: Fly-Through Historic Ford's Theatre

How Lincoln's Assassination Launched the Funeral Industry

Engraving of John Wilkes Booth Hiding Lincoln's Box at Ford's Theater, Waiting to Assassinate

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Dr. Samuel Mudd House Museum

Ford's Theatre

For the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination, on the trail of Dr. Mudd

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The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

Members of the 2018 cast of A Christmas Carol at Ford's Theatre (Photo: Scott Suchman)

Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors and Stagehands at Ford's

The cast of the Ford's Theatre production of The Laramie Project, directed by Matthew Gardiner. Photo by Carol Rosegg. (Carol Rosegg)

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Whom did the Lincolns invite with them to Ford's Theatre on Good Friday, April 14?

The box President Lincoln used the night he was shot by John Wilkes Booth.

FORD'S THEATRE AND THE HOUSE WHERE LINCOLN DIED Washington, D. C. Paperback – January 12, 2012

Burke & Hare Murder Dolls

Home of Richard Garrett where John Wilkes Booth was killed after assassinating President Lincoln.

Samuel J. Seymour, Last Surviving Witness Of Lincoln Assassination, Appears On Television In 1956 (VIDEO)

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The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

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The actual chair Lincoln was sitting in at Ford Theater when he was shot, on display at The Henry Ford Museum, Deaborn, Michigan

Unused Ticket for Ford's Theatre April 14, 1865 - The Night Lincoln Was Assassinated There

The bedroom Booth rested in while being treated at Dr. Mudd's home. WhiskeyBristles (Atlas Obscura User)

Ford's Theater, most prominently known as the site of President Lincoln's assassination, celebrates a true leader in American History and his unfortunate ...

Ropes are adjusted for hanging the conspirators in President Lincoln's assassination on the gallows on July 7, 1865, at Fort McNair in Washington.

Travel · President Lincoln's slaying 150 years ago recalled at Ford's Theatre

House Where Lincoln Died to Close for Renovations

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John Wilkes Booth made the hole in this door to Lincoln's booth. It is now located in Ford's Theatre Museum in Washington DC.

Museum technicians for the National Park Service wipe down and spread the bedding over a replica of the bed President Lincoln died in at the Peterson House ...

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PHOTOS: Ford's Theatre Displays Lincoln Artifacts

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Abraham Lincoln's iconic silk top hat, which he was wearing the night he was assassinated

Lincoln Poster We are planning a journey back in time on, April 14, 2015 at the Grand Event Center. We will take you to Ford's Theater in Washington D.C. to ...

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July the four Lincoln assassination conspirators were hanged. Hundreds of people gathered despite the blistering heat to watch the villains die.

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Death of a president

Broadside advertising reward for capture of president Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirators, illustrated with photographic prints

The company of Jefferson's Garden at Ford's Theatre (photo: Carol Rosegg)

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Our American Cousin: Lincoln's fateful night at the theatre

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Ford's Center for Education

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1865 ~ John Wilkes Booth is cornered in a burning barn about 60 miles from Ford's Theater and is shot...Color illustration of John Wilkes Booth being shot ...

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Catch a show at Ford's Theatre

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At the new Center for Education and Leadership at Ford's Theatre, Jeansoe Pradel, 13, exits a replica of the train that carried the President Lincoln's ...

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The alley behind Ford's Theater, taken in 1865

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