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"The Travels, Arrest and Trial of John H. Surratt" tells of the complicity of John Surratt in the aborted kidnap attempt of Abraham Lincoln. He was on a mission in Canada for the Confederate Secret Service when the president was killed. Surratt fled to Canada, England and the Papal States because he was wanted for complicity in the assassination. He became a Zouave in the "The Travels, Arrest and Trial of John H. Surratt" tells of the complicity of John Surratt in the aborted kidnap attempt of Abraham Lincoln. He was on a mission in Canada for the Confederate Secret Service when the president was killed. Surratt fled to Canada, England and the Papal States because he was wanted for complicity in the assassination. He became a Zouave in the army of the Papal States but was betrayed by a fellow soldier. After fleeing from his captors, he was finally apprehended in Egypt, returned to the United States and placed on trial. When he could not be convicted, he finally was freed.


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"The Travels, Arrest and Trial of John H. Surratt" tells of the complicity of John Surratt in the aborted kidnap attempt of Abraham Lincoln. He was on a mission in Canada for the Confederate Secret Service when the president was killed. Surratt fled to Canada, England and the Papal States because he was wanted for complicity in the assassination. He became a Zouave in the "The Travels, Arrest and Trial of John H. Surratt" tells of the complicity of John Surratt in the aborted kidnap attempt of Abraham Lincoln. He was on a mission in Canada for the Confederate Secret Service when the president was killed. Surratt fled to Canada, England and the Papal States because he was wanted for complicity in the assassination. He became a Zouave in the army of the Papal States but was betrayed by a fellow soldier. After fleeing from his captors, he was finally apprehended in Egypt, returned to the United States and placed on trial. When he could not be convicted, he finally was freed.

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