The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 12, July 1908 - April, 1909 Page: 319
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Notes and Fragments. 319
son tried to carry out would have been inaugurated in spite of the
efforts of the Radicals, and the South would have been saved from
the horrors of congressional reconstruction. The assassination of
Lincoln was the heaviest blow the South ever received.
E. L. DOHONEr.
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