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Heard throughout the ages. On April 14, North Carolina, knowing that his only hope Davis disagreed but allowed Johnston to flush with ViCtOIY, President Lincoln fell to of stopping Sherman was to use every man meet with Sherman to discuss a temporalY an assassin's bullet at Ford's Theater in at his disposal. But Johnston had to with- armistice. Instead, five days later Johnston Washington. The shock of the draw before he could accomplish his and Sherman reached an agreement calling act stunned even the South.
USAMHI) j evertheless, after four years of '. THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LiNCOLN AT FORD'S THEATRE ON THE NIGHT OF APRIL 14,1865. I LLUSTRATION FROM HARPER'S WEEKLY. (LC) 57 58 Win or lose, living and dead, soldier and civilian, they had participated in something that set America apm1, that renewed a nation and set it on the path to world power. t f you are sending the hooks to any of these tates, you must pay Ihl: applicable sales (IX. Enler the quantity you want of each title. 95. See charts for shipping/ handling and sales tax regulations.
The last guns, at last, following campaign. believed that his own must follow. By April had been fired. As soon as he took command, THE McLEAN HOUSE SHORTLY AFTER blue and gray began to mingle in each other's camps to renew acquaintances and Greensborough, and there Johnston told place, one shot rang out that would be commands in the vicinity of Fayetteville, them he thought it was useless to continue. heard throughout the ages. On April 14, North Carolina, knowing that his only hope Davis disagreed but allowed Johnston to flush with ViCtOIY, President Lincoln fell to of stopping Sherman was to use every man meet with Sherman to discuss a temporalY an assassin's bullet at Ford's Theater in at his disposal.
A concise history of the Civil War by William C Davis; William Marvel