The Day Lincoln was Shot

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Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1955 - Presidents - 304 pages
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This books provides an account of the day President Lincoln was shot. Hour by hour, it chronicles the movements of the President and his assassin during the day of the tragedy.

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User Review  - BryanThomasS - LibraryThing

Read this in high school and I still remember what a great read it was. A historical recreation that reads like a novel. The story of events surrounding the assassination of the president. Great read for history buffs or anyone else. Read full review

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User Review  - rainycamp - LibraryThing

A gripping narrative that holds the reader's interest right up to the final page. I found myself wanting Bishop to keep going after Lincoln's death, since the book was such an absorbing read. Bishop ... Read full review

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For the Record
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The President
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