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John Surratt, 1867. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

John Surratt, 1867. Creator: Unknown

John Surratt, 1867. [John Harrison Surratt Jr. in middle-eastern dress. Involved in an unsuccessful attempt to kidnap US President Abraham Lincoln with the intention of holding him for ransom in exchange for the release of Confederate prisoners of war. His mother, Mary Surratt, was executed for her involvement in the assassination of Lincoln, having given the conspirators accommodation in her boarding house. Surratt denied any involvement in the assassination plot, but fled overseas to avoid arrest. He was apprehended by US officials in Alexandria, Egypt, in November 1866 and was extradited to the United States for trial. He admitted his involvement in the kidnap attempt but continued to deny that he was involved in the assassination. He was eventually released after the case ended up in a mistrial with the statute of limitations having expired on all charges other than murder].

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Rescue of Cheyte Sing: Attack on the Sepoys, c1891. Creator: James Grant Featured Image

Rescue of Cheyte Sing: Attack on the Sepoys, c1891. Creator: James Grant

Rescue of Cheyte Sing: Attack on the Sepoys, c1891. From "Cassell's Illustrated History of India Vol. I.", by James Grant. [Cassell Petter & Galpin, London, Paris and New York]

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Marshall House, Alexandria, Virginia, August 1862. Creator: William R. Pywell Featured Image

Marshall House, Alexandria, Virginia, August 1862. Creator: William R. Pywell

Marshall House, Alexandria, Virginia, August 1862. [Scene from the American Civil War: shops including the Great Western Clothing House, Entwisle's City Bookstore, and a dry goods store. The Marshall House inn was the site of the killing of Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth during the Union Army's takeover of Alexandria. Ellsworth, a close friend of President Abraham Lincoln, was shot while removing a Confederate flag from the roof]. Albumen print, pl. 1 from the album "Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War, vol. 1" (1866)

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