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Posted March 8, 2013
This is an important book dating back to events that happened, and as such bears a direct connection to those individuals who were responsible for these events. History largely is viewed by writers or editors who have recorded these events second or third hand, and as such may experience distortions or outright falsities. Living in Baltimore, Maryland, I am very close to the Booth Family history, John Wilkes having been partly raised in a Baltimore suburb known as Catonsville before moving to a home in the northern part of the state. It is reported that he is buried in the Greenmount Cemetery in Baltimore City. However, this has not been verified. I would encourage readers that are fascinated by the history of this period to read this book along with others, such as the book "One Mad Act" written by Ogarita Booth, that sheds new light on the true events of the time. We have no reason to continue to put forth the false records that have been perpetrated by false historians when there is a wealth of material on the subject to correct this history for posterity.
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