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Lieutenant Baker abandoned the rickety old death - cart , commandeered
another wagon from a neighboring farmer , pitched Booth's body into that ,
hurried on to the river , and stowed the corpse aboard a government tug , the
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Dr. Merrill , a dentist , identified the body by a filling he had recently put into one
of Booth's teeth . Charles Dawson , a clerk in the National Hotel , where Booth
had stopped , identified the dead man by the initials " J. W. B. ” tattooed on
that he was going to New Orleans to get a fortune that awaited him , he
disappeared , and “ Mrs. Booth ” never heard of him again . In the late seventies a
drunken saloon - keeper with the asthma , at Granbury , Texas , confessed to a
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One of the most fascinating biographies of Abraham Lincoln. Dale tells Lincoln's story in a very lively manner; it seems that everything's happening before your eyes. The book has powerful tones of emotion, passion, vision, ambition, compassion, and wisdom running all through. It is one of the best.
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