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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Having read the Liverpool version of this book and found it really interesting I also wanted to read up on some Lincoln history before I move to Lincoln in a couple of weeks. Just like the Liverpool book this is written in a very accessible way for the casual history reader.
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The style or writing for both books is so very similar you would think they were written by the same author rather than 2 different local historians. I think I probably spent longer reading this one as Lincoln history is not Having read the Liverpool version of this book and found it really interesting I also wanted to read up on some Lincoln history before I move to Lincoln in a couple of weeks. I think I probably spent longer reading this one as Lincoln history is not as familiar to me as Liverpool.
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It still had a good mix of major historical events such as the Crusades, the Black Death and Civil War but then also had smaller but still very important events where local people were concerned covering murders, crimes ans riots. Another good read if you have any interest in the area. This is a nice little primer on the history of Lincoln.
Mark Goulding rated it liked it May 11, The magnitude of his crime has obscured for generations a startling personal story that was integral to his motivation.
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He won his celebrity at the precocious age of nineteen, before the Civil War began, when John Wilkes was a schoolboy. These ambitious brothers, born to theatrical parents, enacted a tale of mutual jealousy and resentment worthy of a Shakespearean tragedy. From childhood, the stage-struck brothers were rivals for the approval of their father, legendary British actor Junius Brutus Booth. After his death, Edwin and John Wilkes were locked in a fierce contest to claim his legacy of fame.
To re-create the lost world of Edwin and John Wilkes Booth, this book takes readers on a panoramic tour of nineteenth-century America, from the streets of s Baltimore to the gold fields of California, from the jungles of the Isthmus of Panama to the glittering mansions of Gilded Age New York. Edwin, ruthlessly competitive and gifted, did everything he could to lock his younger brother out of the theatrical game.