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Visiting Dr. Mudd’s home may not have worked out (don’t try to visit on a Thursday!) but we still got to visit some amazing historical spots!! Including the spot where John Wilkes Booth was killed. Plan your visit to Dry Tortugas National Park: https://www.nps.gov/drto/ Video Tour of Lincoln Assassination Sites Intro: 0:00Home of Dr. SamuelContinue reading “His name is Mudd | Lincoln Assassination”
Dr Mudd knew John Wilkes Booth more than he let on…
At Fort McHenry, in September of 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote the poem “The Star Spangled Banner”…and in 1931 President Hoover made that the American National Anthem. Forever cementing the significance of that fateful day and Francis Key’s legacy. I have always wanted to visit this historic location…and it didn’t disappoint! plan your visit: https://www.nps.gov/fomc/Continue reading “What did Francis Scott Key see?”