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  • Hello Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome!
  • 1 .I don't support what Abraham Lincoln is doing . I should do something about it . The war is at its final stage. 
  • 2. What if my fellow associates and me plan to kidnap him, in hope that the Confederacy wins.  We should take him to the Confederacy Capital,
  • I thought you said he was going to be here. Now our plan is ruined.
  • Well our dear president was supposed to be here. But there still hope. The Confederacy can't lose. 
  • 3.No I am unaware about that.  
  • Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth. John Wilkes Booth was an American actor. During the Civil War John Wilkes Booth was a Confederate sympathizer and supported slavery. 
  • 4.Well he is and this time we will make sure we get him.  Victory will be ours. 
  • 1.What are we going to do. We lost. There is no hope for us anymore. 
  • 2. Don't worry there is still hope for us. Didn't you hear that President Lincoln is going to attend that lovely play. What's it called. Oh yes, of course! " Our American Cousins" at Ford’s Theater. 
  •  Although he was part of the Confederacy he stayed on the Union side to continue his career. 
  • Things are going as planned!
  • Ford's Theater 
  • This play is going to be lovely!
  • John Wilkes Booth followed through with his plan. On March 20,1865,    John Wilkes Booth was supposed to kidnap Abraham Lincoln but were unsuccessful because of Abraham Lincoln not showing up at the spot.  
  • I will avenge us! Freedom!
  • Two weeks later, the Confederacy lost the Civil War. But John Wilkes Booth and his associates had a plan to save it.  
  • On April 14, 1865, President Abraham went to Ford’s Theater with his wife Mary Todd Lincoln and Major Henry Rathbone and his fiancee Clara Harris. 
  •  John Wilkes Booth managed to slip into the box. John Wilkes Booth waited for the part in the play that would bring laughter.  He then shot the back of President Lincoln's head.  President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865. 
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