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Andrew Johnson
used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

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17th President of the United States; succeeded Lincoln when Lincoln was assassinated; impeached but acquitted by one vote (1808-1875)
  • Edwin Stanton continued to serve as secretary of war during the difficult times of Andrew Johnson's presidency.
    p. 191.4
  • The Kirkwood was the residence of the new vice president, Andrew Johnson, who was from Tennessee.
    p. 15.3
  • He did not knock on Andrew Johnson's door.
    p. 69.8
  • Vice President Andrew Johnson was not present when Lincoln died, so the cabinet sent him an official notification of the president's death and of his succession to the presidency.
    p. 107.1
  • Following the swearing-in of Andrew Johnson as the seventeenth president, Stanton had issued a reward for Jefferson Davis and other Confederate officials, naming them as assassination conspirators.
    p. 175.9
  • In 1869, President Andrew Johnson released the body of John Wilkes Booth to the assassin's brother, Edwin, who had him buried quietly in the family plot at Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland.
    p. 191.0

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