Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1865

Baltimore Clipper, April 15, 1865

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    Baltimore Clipper, April 15, 1865

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    The Baltimore Clipper newspaper provides extensive details on the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and the attempted assassination of Secretary William Henry Seward. It contains numerous official dispatches from Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton to Major General John A. Dix about Lincoln's condition. Known as "mourning rules," the wide vertical lines between the newspaper columns represent grief over the loss of an important person.

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    Bull & Tuttle. "Baltimore Clipper, April 15, 1865". Bull & Tuttle. Remembering Lincoln. Web. Accessed April 22, 2024.