The Resource Escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth : assassin of President Lincoln, by Finis L. Bates

Escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth : assassin of President Lincoln, by Finis L. Bates

Label
Escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth : assassin of President Lincoln
Title
Escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth
Title remainder
assassin of President Lincoln
Statement of responsibility
by Finis L. Bates
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The author claims that John Wilkes Booth was not killed at the Garrett house in Virginia in 1865, but that he was living under name of John St. Helen at Glenrose Mills, Tex., 1872-1877, and committed suicide at Enid, Okla., in 1903 as David E. George
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • 1519
  • 136
Citation source
  • Monaghan, J. Lincoln bibliography
  • Oakleaf, J. Lincoln bibliography
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Bates, Finis L.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Booth, John Wilkes
  • Lincoln, Abraham
Label
Escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth : assassin of President Lincoln, by Finis L. Bates
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Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Lincoln-Booth -- John St. Helen -- John St. Helen lectures Roland Read -- St. Helen's illness -- St. Helen's identity revealed -- The assassination -- The man killed at the Garrett home -- The separation -- The pursuit of Booth -- The East Potomac Bridge -- The hand of Secretary Stanton -- Gen. Dana identifies Booth -- A Baltimorean still -- Informing the War Department that Booth lives -- Gen. Albert Pike identifies Booth -- Press comments on the suicide of David E. George -- These are pictures of John Wilkes Booth -- Reading the palm of John Wilkes Booth -- Joseph Jefferson identifies John Wilkes Booth -- Junius Brutus Booth identifies his uncle, John Wilkes Booth
Extent
1 online resource (309 pages, [23] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • Bound in cloth, illustrated front cover (Lincoln copy).
  • Holograph inscription in ink on flyleaf (Lincoln copy): To [ ... ] W. Jackson with [ ... ] and best wishes of the author, Finis L. Bates, Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 11th, 1907.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth : assassin of President Lincoln, by Finis L. Bates
Link
Publication
Contents
Lincoln-Booth -- John St. Helen -- John St. Helen lectures Roland Read -- St. Helen's illness -- St. Helen's identity revealed -- The assassination -- The man killed at the Garrett home -- The separation -- The pursuit of Booth -- The East Potomac Bridge -- The hand of Secretary Stanton -- Gen. Dana identifies Booth -- A Baltimorean still -- Informing the War Department that Booth lives -- Gen. Albert Pike identifies Booth -- Press comments on the suicide of David E. George -- These are pictures of John Wilkes Booth -- Reading the palm of John Wilkes Booth -- Joseph Jefferson identifies John Wilkes Booth -- Junius Brutus Booth identifies his uncle, John Wilkes Booth
Extent
1 online resource (309 pages, [23] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • Bound in cloth, illustrated front cover (Lincoln copy).
  • Holograph inscription in ink on flyleaf (Lincoln copy): To [ ... ] W. Jackson with [ ... ] and best wishes of the author, Finis L. Bates, Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 11th, 1907.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits)
Specific material designation
remote

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