The escape and suicide of John Wilkes Booth ; or, The first true account of Lincoln's assassination : containing a complete confession by Booth many years after the crime, giving in full detail the plans, plot and intrigue of the conspirators, and the treachery of Andrew Johnson, then vice-president of the United States
The author claims that John Wilkes Booth was not killed at the Garrett house in Virginia in 1865, but that he was living under the name of John St. Helen at Glenrose Mills, Tex., 1872-1877, and committed suicide at Enid, Okla., in 1903 as David E. George.
Naperville, IL ; Atlanta, GA :
J.L. Nichols & Co.,
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