Lincoln, Davis, and Booth : Family Secrets
Politicians that want to become president must keep the skeletons in their closet well hidden. Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis had secrets they needed to keep from the public in order to achieve their political ambitions. John Wilkes Booth became involved with both men and as a result, he developed secrets that needed keeping. This book uncovers the secrets of these three men.
- Paperback | 314 pages
- 152 x 229 x 17mm | 417g
- 31 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About MR Troy C Cowan
Troy Cowan was a school teacher and school administrator. He was fortunate to have taught in Guam, Oregon, the Virgin Islands, and Texas. In 2005, he retired from Brenham High School. In the seventies, Troy's aunt, Jane R. Davis, told about her family's relationship with Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth. One of her stories was about a letter Jefferson Davis received after the U.S. Government released him from prison. The letter was from J.W.B. saying he was alive, well, and living in Mexico. My aunt learned many stories while listening to the Davis kinfolk swap stories of Lincoln, Davis, Booth, and the Civil War. After Troy retired, he began to do research to learn the truth of his aunt's stories. That research led to the writing of Lincoln, Davis, and Booth.