15 Best April 1865 newspapers ABRAHAM LINCOLN Shot DEAD For Sale
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15 Best April 1865 newspapers ABRAHAM LINCOLN Shot DEAD:
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SEE MANY MORE PHOTOS BELOW - COMPLETE16 page newspaper-sized (23" x 17") compilation of 15 of the BEST DISPLAYNEWSPAPERS covering the ASSASSINATION of President ABRAHAM LINCOLN and the shooting deathof his assassin, John Wilkes Booth.These 15 reprints (+ cover page) represent dramaticgraphic and detailed text coverage in newspapers dated between April 10 and April 28, 1865.They have been picked from an extensive archive of over 500,000 original historical newspapers as the "best of the best" display and textnewspapersand are GREAT FOR FRAMING. They make an EXCELLENT EDUCATIONAL TOOL.
This is a reprint compilation of theBEST headline newspapers with coverage of the ASSASSINATION of ABRAHAM LINCOLN by John Wilkes Booth.
These newspaperreprintsinclude the following:An April 10 newspaper with the surrender of Robert E Lee and the end of the Civil War; an April 15Newburyport (MA) broadside EXTRA announcing the assassination of Abraham Lincoln; Leslies Illustrated newspaperwith a front page engraving of Booth shooting Lincoln at Ford's Theater; An April 15Southern broadside (Nashville, TN) announcing the assassination of Lincoln by "Rebel Fiends"; An April 16 Illinois newspaper with details of Lincoln's assassination; An inside page of Harper's Weekly engravings showing close-ups of Booth shooting Lincoln, then escaping; A Harper's Weekly with a front page engraving of Booth and aheadline and long report of Lincoln's death; An April 17 NY Herald with more details of Lincoln's assassination and an autopsy report on the dead President; A full page engraving of the death-bed scene of Lincoln shortly after he was shot; An April 21 NY Tribune with a reward ad offering $100,000 for the capture or killing of the assassins; A view of the dead President lying-in-state; An April 29 Washington, DC newspaper with an engraving of Booth and a report of his escape; A view of the surrounded assassin, Booth, in a burning barn inSouthern Maryland just before he is shot; An autopsy report on John Wilkes Booth; and an April 28 newspaper with a long and detailed account of the pursuit and killing of John Wilkes Booth.
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