Chasing Lincoln's Killer - Chapters 11-14; Epilogue Summary & Analysis

James L. Swanson
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In Chapter 11, Booth and Herold left their hiding place and again rowed across the Potomac River. This time they reached their intended destination of Virginia. Jones had instructed them to contact a former Southern spy named Elizabeth Queensberry. She was initially suspicious but when Herold mentioned Jones, she agreed to help. She probably knew the identities of the men. She got horses for them and Booth and Herold set off. They stopped at the home of Dr. Richard Stuart and the men expected to be welcomed with traditional Southern hospitality. Stuart had figured out their true identities. Stuart gave them food and insisted they leave immediately. Booth wrote Stuart a letter and berated him for his rudeness.

Booth and Herold next went to the home of a black man named Lucas. They threatened him into allowing them to stay for the night...

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