Warden’s House Museum Hosts Lincoln Assassination Talk – July 13th

Join author Dean Urdahl on Sunday, July 13th, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Warden’s House Museum as he discuses the conspiracy and theories surrounding one of the most famous murders of American history – the assassination of President Lincoln.

Before becoming a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, Urdahl was an American history teacher for 20 years. He has also authored several books on American and Minnesotan history including, “Conspiracy! Who Really Killed Lincoln?”

John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln in Ford’s Theater on April 15th, 1865, but that isn’t even close to the whole story. At this free and open to the public presentation, Urdahl will detail the network of co-conspirators involved in the plot and delve into their cloak-and-dagger activities.

The Warden’s House Museum is located at 602 Main Street N., Stillwater, MN.

Please contact Sean Pallas at spallas.wchs@gmail.com or 651-439-5956 with any questions regarding this event or to schedule a tour of the museum.

The Washington County Historical Society collects, preserves, and disseminates the history of the county and state of Minnesota.

Founded in 1934, the Washington County Historical Society is a donor-supported nonprofit organization with more than 750 individual family and business members. WCHS is supported by individual gifts, membership fees, and foundation grants. For more information, please visit www.wchsmn.org.