Lincoln Assassination Resources

Due to the reconfiguration of this blog, here are the links to the stories on Frederick Aiken, Mary Surratt and the Lincoln Assassination, for your convenience.


The Conspirator Movie Poster

Frederick Aiken Biography

Frederick Aiken The Attorney – Historians Weigh In

Rare Aiken Letter for Sale

Historical Inaccuracies in ‘The Conspirator’

The Lincoln Assassination: New Research Unravels Old Myths

The Conspirator [Movie Review]

On this day: April 26, 1865 – JOHN WILKES BOOTH KILLED!

Mary Eugenia Surratt (1823-1865)

Lincoln Assassination Books

‘The Conspirator’ Aims for Accuracies

‘The Conspirator’ Box Office – Opening Weekend

‘The Conspirator’ Takes in $7 million in 10 days

On this date: April 24, 1865 – Hancock Issues Proclamation

Civil War Sites in Maryland

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