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Open Letters: Judge Holt and the Lincoln Conspirators


(Originally appeared in the New York Tribune of September 2, 1873) There appeared an anonymous communication, written from Washington under the signature of Truth, so grossly calumnious of General Joseph … Continue reading


Booth And Herold’s Four Nights in the Pine Thicket by Randal Berry


Or, See Any Snakes Out There? by Randal Berry Trust Dice  (Originally published in the “Surratt Courier”. Oct. 2008) Being a herpetologist by profession and a Lincoln assassination “buff” by hobby, … Continue reading


A Missed Opportunity ­ Bill O’Reilly’s “Killing Lincoln” Review by Ed Steers


A Review Essay that Appeared in North & South Magazine By Ed Steers No sensible historian today would think that the assassination of Abraham Lincoln was anything less than one … Continue reading


Death of an Assassin by Steven G. Miller


“I have too great a soul to die like a criminal.” DEATH OF AN ASSASSIN: Homicide, Suicide or Something Else? by Steven G. Miller   One of the longest-running controversies … Continue reading

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Conger: North and South by Robert Wick


CONGER: NORTH AND SOUTH Everton J. Conger gazed thoughtfully into the blue Montana sky. It was April 26, 1910–the day after his 76th birthday–and the day was spent with a … Continue reading

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