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Artifacts brought together 150 years after Abraham Lincoln assassination

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Artifacts brought together 150 years after Abraham Lincoln assassination
Lincoln's assassination came just five days after Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox. The ceremony signaled the end of the bloody civil war that had consumed Lincoln’s presidency. His death rocked the nation. Bill Plante reports from inside Ford’s Theatre in Washington, where the deadly shot was fired.

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