Newspaper from Aug. 22, 2017

The Feeling in Canada

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    The Feeling in Canada

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    In this article the emotions of the nation following the death of Abraham Lincoln can be seen in great detail. The aspects of his noble character that won over the public are also mentioned frequently. There is even discussion of why the assassin committed this horrendous deed before questioning why John James Booth killed assassinated the president. His mental health is also questioned

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    THE FEELING IN CANADA. (1865, Apr 19). New York Times (1857-1922) Retrieved from

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    Toronto Globe . "The Feeling in Canada". New York Times, New York, N.Y. 19 Apr 1865. Remembering Lincoln. Web. Accessed January 26, 2020.