|Facsimile of Mrs. Lincoln's Letter Appointing John F.
Parker as Lincoln's Bodyguard||15|
|Announcements in Washington Evening Star, April 14,
|First Announcement of Lincoln's Assassination in Charleston Courier, April 20 and in Macon Daily Evening News,
|Reports of Lincoln's Assassination in Richmond, Savannah
and New Orleans Newspapers||84|
|Earliest Notice of Lincoln's Assassination in the Richmond
Whig, April 17||86|
|Map of Booth's Flight and Pursuit||92|
|John Fletcher's Testimony in Official Report||112|
|John Fletcher's Testimony in Transcript of Court Stenographer's Notes||112|
|John Fletcher's Testimony in Poore's Report||113|
|Contemporary Print of the Death of Booth||154|
|Sketch of Sam Arnold, by General Lew Wallace||176|
|Facsimile of Von Steinacker's Court-Martial Sentence||220|
|Facsimile of General John A. Dix's Letter||248|
|Facsimile of Booth's Telegram to Wiechmann||292|
|Map of the Eastern Campaigns308.|
|Map of the Western Campaigns||347|
|General Henry W. Halleck||354|
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Book title: Why Was Lincoln Murdered?.
Contributors: Otto Eisenschiml - Author.
Publisher: Little, Brown.
Place of publication: Boston.
Publication year: 1937.
Page number: ix.
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