Fight in the Room – The Assassination and History of the Conspiracy

Illustration of Lewis Powell’s attempt to assassinate Secretary of State William H. Seward on the night of April 14th, 1865.
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One thought on “Fight in the Room – The Assassination and History of the Conspiracy

  1. James Gove Oborne

    do you have any record of Arthur Price, Seward’s bodyguard’s involvement. Subsequently, he went on the world tour with Seward. Price is a relative of my g-grandmother, Georgie (Townsend) Gove and is buried in Chamcook, NB

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