They Wanted Lincoln Dead

They Wanted Lincoln Dead

by Troy Cowan

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Overview

Some of the people involved in Lincoln’s assassination he called friends. This is the shocking true story of the men that wanted Lincoln dead.
To maintain their grip on the nation, Republicans couldn’t allow Lincoln to welcome the Confederate states back into the Union with their voting rights intact. The Republicans had Lincoln killed so they could keep control over this large voting bloc. The Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton, was the mastermind behind Lincoln’s assassination. James William Boyd was Stanton’s assassin. When Boyd failed to show, Vice-president Andrew Johnson found John Wilkes Booth a willing replacement. Booth was able to take advantage of Stanton’s preparations, but he was not told and did not know of Stanton’s involvement.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154565827
Publisher: Troy Cowan
Publication date: 09/25/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 645 KB

About the Author

My aunt’s grandfather called Jefferson Davis—cousin. Jefferson Davis wanted to go into politics and could not let any voter know that he was once married to an Indian girl. That Indian girl died giving birth to Jefferson's baby boy. The boy lived, grew up, married an Indian girl and they had a baby. Unfortunately, they both died before their baby could talk. Jefferson Davis could not take this girl into his house where visitors could learn that the Indian girl was his granddaughter, so he gave the girl to my aunt’s grandfather to raise. John Riley Davis raised Jefferson Davis’ granddaughter, a half-breed named Novella. I grew up, went into education, and retired with her stories in my head. I had time on my hands after retirement and I began doing research to learn if those stories were true. I did find support for everything she said. While doing research for "Lincoln's Family" and "They wanted Lincoln Dead"—I learned about Izola. Her story was so interesting and compelling that I wrote Izola.

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