James O. Hall
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Who is James O. Hall?
James O. Hall: James Otis Hall was an amateur historian who specialized in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. He was widely regarded as one of the top experts on this matter, and is noted for having discovered a letter by John Wilkes Booth, written on the morning of the murder, in which Booth attempted to justify his actions. He also argued that Samuel Mudd was guilty of helping Booth.
- also known as James Hall
- born on (103 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Historian
- died on (8 years ago)
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by William L. Richter
——, James O. Hall, and David W.
A Daily Life Encyclopedia by Lisa Tendrich Frank
James O. Hall, and David Gaddy. Come Retribution: The Confederate Secret Service and the Assassination of Lincoln. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1988. Varon, Elizabeth R. Southern Lady, Yankee Spy: The ...
by Terry L. Jones
James O. Hall, and David Winfred Gaddy. Come Retribution: The Confederate Secret Service and the Assassination of Lincoln. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1988.
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