The Odd Thing Found In President Lincoln’s Pocket After His Death

The assassination of Abraham Lincoln (Public domain)

April 15th, 1865 shocked the world when President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated while attending a theater production. The assassination came just a week after the end of the Civil War and was one final tragic blow to punctuate America’s bloodiest war. After the shot rang out in the theater, the…

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