Surratt House Museum


Surratt House Museum

The Surratt House Museum is a museum in Clinton, Maryland, devoted to mid-19th century Maryland life and the Abraham Lincoln assassination, especially related conspiracy theories. The James O. Hall Research Center is located there.

It is located in the former Surratt House, an 1852 road house, the home of Mary Surratt.

External links

* [http://www.surratt.org/ Surratt House Museum]


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