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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Zanca, Kenneth J.
Catholics and Mrs. Mary Surratt.
Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, c2008
|Named Person:||Mary E Surratt; Abraham Lincoln; John Wilkes Booth|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kenneth J Zanca
|Description:||xi, 181 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1 I: Background on Mary Suratt Chapter 2 Maryland's Catholics and the Funeral of Abraham Lincoln Chapter 3 Who Was Mary Surratt and How Catholic Was She? Chapter 4 The Particulars of Her Trial Chapter 5 Mrs. Suratt, One Hundred Forty-two Years Later Part 6 II: Responses of Catholics to Mrs. Surratt Chapter 7 Introduction: Secular and Non-Catholic Reactions to the Execution of Mrs. Surratt Chapter 8 The Civil War Era Catholic Press on the Trial and Execution of Mary Surratt Chapter 9 Pope Pius IX and the Fate of the Lincoln Conspirators Chapter 10 Was John P. Brophy Really Amator Justitiae? Another Possibility Explored Chapter 11 Ripples and Concluding Remarks Part 12 Appendices Part 13 Selected Bibliography by Topics Part 14 Index Part 15 About the Author|
|Responsibility:||Kenneth J. Zanca.|
Kenneth J. Zanca has made a welcome addition to one small but important aspect of what remains a seriously understudied topic: Catholics in the South...Important contribution to social and religious