Lincoln Conspiracy Trial 1865 Along Thesis

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Because of his death, Lincoln remained in history as a national martyr, with a great number of historians having recognized him as the greatest American president. Also, John Wilkes Booth is considered to be one of the most famous criminals ever to have lived. All of the people having taken part in Lincoln's assassination have been blinded by their passion for the Confederacy; otherwise they would have realized that their actions would not accomplish what they had in mind, as it had been virtually impossible for them to bring back slavery and the Confederacy.

Works cited:

1. Brown, R.J. "The Postmortem Career of John Wilkes Booth." Retrieved October 28, 2009, from the History buff Web site: http://www.historybuff.com/library/refbooth.html

2. Pierrepont, Edwards. (1867). "Argument of Hon. Edwards Pierrepont to the jury: on the trial of John H. Surratt for the murder of President Lincoln." Govt. Print. Off.

3. Pitman, Benn. (1865). "The assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin.

4. Steers, Edward. (2003). "The trial: the assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." University Press of Kentucky.

Steers, Edward. (2003). "The trial: the assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." University Press of Kentucky.

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Pitman, Benn. (1865). "The assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin.

Brown, R.J. "The Postmortem Career of John Wilkes Booth." Retrieved October 28, 2009, from the History buff Web site: http://www.historybuff.com/library/refbooth.html

Pierrepont, Edwards. (1867). "Argument of Hon. Edwards Pierrepont to the jury: on the trial of John H. Surratt for the murder of President Lincoln." Govt. Print. Off.

Steers, Edward. (2003). "The trial: the assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." University Press of Kentucky.

Pitman, Benn. (1865). "The assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin.

Steers, Edward. (2003). "The trial: the assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of…

Sources Used in Document:

Works cited:

1. Brown, R.J. "The Postmortem Career of John Wilkes Booth." Retrieved October 28, 2009, from the History buff Web site: http://www.historybuff.com/library/refbooth.html

2. Pierrepont, Edwards. (1867). "Argument of Hon. Edwards Pierrepont to the jury: on the trial of John H. Surratt for the murder of President Lincoln." Govt. Print. Off.

3. Pitman, Benn. (1865). "The assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin.

4. Steers, Edward. (2003). "The trial: the assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators." University Press of Kentucky.

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