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The Lincoln Murder Plot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2012

    the lincoln murder plot

    The main idea of the book is how John Welks booth set up how he murdered Abraham Lincoln. There is a time line of events that happened between what happened in Abraham life from the beginning to the day he died.

    It’s also tells when he went to Gettysburg PA, to give the speech on the battle field and the famous words he said that very day. It includes the day he died and how john set it up and how he almost got away with it.

    The book is all mostly a time line of events that happened and how Abraham Lincoln seceded in his life time of events that he went through to get where he was and is still today.

    At the beginning of the book it mostly tells where he was born and what happened from the time he was born to the time he died. Then he was murdered one night he was with his wife going to a play that’s when John Welks took the life of the former president at that time. After a while on the run he was soon caught and killed. People say that there was a reason why he killed him but no one knows for the fact why there are a lot of thing that people say about why he did it but who know?

    This book would be good to read if you’re doing research on how Abraham died or why would someone kill him. It gives you a time line of events that happened before he died and then after he died. It gives you some of the famous thing he did in life and what people know him by. But if you really like to read and like history then you would like this book.

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  • Posted May 10, 2012

    VERY BAD BOOK

    VERY BAD BOOK

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