November 9 th, 1864 March 4 th, 1865 March 17 th, 1865 April 3 rd, 1865 April 7 th, 1865 April 8 th, 1865 April 9 th, 1865 April 10 th, 1865 April 11 th, 1865 April 13 th, 1865 April 14 th, 1865 April 15 th, 1865 April 16 th, 1865 April 25 th, 1865 April 26, 1865 April 27 th, 1865
November 9 th, 1865 Booth goes to Maryland and meets Dr. Mudd for the first time (Pg. 96). Mudd then brought Booth to D.C and introduced him to John Harrison Surratt (Pg.96). John Harrison Surratt
March 4 th, 1865 Lincoln is inaugurated for the second time (Pg.1). John Wilkes Booth attends Lincoln’s inauguration (Pg.1). Lincoln’s Second Inauguration
March 17 th, 1865 Booth and his conspirators plan to ambush Lincoln’s carriage at gun point, the first plan to kill the Union government (Pg. 24). This plan was not executed because Lincoln never came down the road they were stationed to ambush on the night planned (Pg. 24). Instead Lincoln was giving a speech at the hotel Booth was staying at (Pg.24). The National Hotel
April 3 rd, 1865 Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy, falls to the Union army (Pg. 2). The Confederate States of America are now collapsing completely (Pg.2). Richmond As It Fell
April 7 th, 1865 Booth is at a bar in D.C with one of his friends (Pg. 5). He complains about not having killed Lincoln yet since he had the chance on Lincoln’s inauguration day (Pg. 5).
April 8 th, 1865 Booth leaves New York City and goes back to D.C where he spent a lot of his acting career (Pg. 5). He leaves after being devastated by the fall of Richmond (Pg. 5). John Wilkes Booth
April 9 th, 1865 Robert E. Lee surrenders to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House, VA (Pg. 5). In result of Lee’s surrender, John Wilkes Booth wanders the streets of D.C in absolute despair (Pg. 5). Lee’s Surrender At Appomattox
April 10 th, 1865 Lincoln appears at the Executive Mansion (White House) and talks to the crowd that has formed on the front lawn, all celebrating the fall of Richmond (Pg. 5). Lincoln hadn't had a speech or anything prepared, so he entertains the crowd through humor (Pg. 5). Abraham Lincoln
April 11 th, 1865 Lincoln give the official speech celebrating the Union’s victory in the capture of Richmond (Pg. 7). He also holds a big elaborate parade with banners and bands to celebrate on the same night (Pg. 7). Executive Mansion In 1865
April 13 th, 1865 D.C holds the grand illumination in celebration of the fall of the capital of the Confederacy (Pg. 8). All the buildings in the city are adorned with lights, and so was the sky thanks to the fireworks that were lit off during the illumination also (Pg. 8). Washington D.C
April 14 th, 1865 The Confederacy is officially dead (Pg. 9-11). Booth finds out that Lincoln is coming to Ford’s Theatre (Pg. 9-11). Booth goes to visit Mary Surratt in Maryland (Pg. 15-16). There he gives Mary a package to deliver and he had her hold some guns, ammo, and others that he was to pick up later (Pg. 15-16). Booth shoots Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre at around 10:30p.m (Pg. 39-45). Booth then jumps off the balcony and has his last words on a stage “Sic Semper Tyrannis!!” Virginia’s state motto meaning ‘Thus Always To Tyrants’ (Pg. 39-45). Lewis Powell attempts to murder a sick Seward by means of a stab wound with a knife (Pg. 47-59) Powell doesn't’t succeed due to the other people in Seward’s room at the time((Pg. 47-59). Booth escapes over a bridge that leads to Maryland by fooling Cobb who was guarding it (Pg. 63-64). George Atzerodt fails to kill Andrew Johnson and instead drinks in the lobby of Johnson’s hotel (Pg. 69). Lincoln Finally dies from the gunshot wound in his head, while Booth runs in Maryland trying to find a safe haven. (Pg. 66-77).
April 15 th, 1865 Stanton sends a request to the chief of police in New York City (Pg. 89). He asks him to send out his best detectives to help investigate the assassination (Pg. 89).
April 16 th, 1865 Luther Bryon Baker receives a telegram telling Lafayette that Booth and Herold had been seen crossing the river (Pg. 156). However, this was proven somewhat false because two men had crossed the river except they weren’t Booth and Herold (Pg. 156).
April 25 th, 1865 Booth discusses the assassination with his hosts at the time, the Garrets, and still maintains his façade of being a confederate soldier (Pg. 159). He then leaves in fear of suspicions, and he heads for Virginia where he would be safe (Pg. 159).
April 26 th, 1865 Booth gets shot in a tobacco barn and later dies of the gun shot in his upper neck (Pg. 177). The twelve day chase for Lincoln’s killer and his conspirators is over (Pg. 177). Booth Being Dragged From The Tobacco Barn
April 27 th, 1865 Some of Booths conspirators get hung one by one, all in a row. The ones being hung were David Herold, George Atzerodt, Lewis Powell, and Mary Surratt. The Hanging Of Booth’s Conspirators