Title: John Wilkes Booth

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Subject: American History
Author: Margie D
Date: November 17, 2011
Level: College
Grade: A
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His confidence grew and so did his fan base. Also, he attended many important social events while there. John Wilkes Booth was famous as a civil war figure for the assassination of the president Abraham Lincoln. Booth had a group of people who wanted to kidnap nap Lincoln. He planned to kidnap Lincoln and exchange him for confederate soldiers, but since Grain Lee surrender his plans changed...

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He planned to kidnap Lincoln and exchange him for confederate soldiers, but since Grain Lee surrender his plans changed. Instead he wanted to kill Lincoln, vice president Andrew Jackson, Ulysses Graint and secretary of state William H. Seward. Booth killed Lincoln on April 15 1865 in Ford's Theater. He jumped from the balcony to the stage and broke his leg...

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