Jeremiad of a Doll

Hello there I am your author! YAY!-flashes a sign that says appluse stops showing it once the crickets chirp.-fine! I see how you are. Well this is like historical-futureistic twisted fiction. Yeah. I am taking this oppertunity to explain this history to you so When I make refernces you wont be so lost in the dark. So here it is;

On the evening of April 14, 1865, while attending a special performance of the comedy, "Our American Cousin," President Abraham Lincoln was shot. Accompanying him at Ford's Theater that night were his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, a twenty-eight year-old officer named Major Henry R. Rathbone, and Rathbone's fiancee, Clara Harris.

After the play was in progress, a man, went to the uper level. and used a board to hold the door knew quite a funny part in the play,where everyone laughed, that was when he would make his move. A figure with a drawn derringer pistol stepped into the presidential box, aimed, and fired. The president slumped forward.

The assassin, John Wilkes Booth, dropped the pistol and waved a dagger. Rathbone lunged at him, and though slashed in the arm, forced the killer to the railing. Booth leapt from the balcony and caught the spur of his left boot on a flag draped over the rail, and shattered a bone in his leg on landing. Though injured, he rushed out the back door, and disappeared into the night on horseback.

A doctor in the audience immediately went upstairs to the box. The bullet had entered through Lincoln's left ear and lodged behind his right eye. He was paralyzed and barely breathing. He was carried across Tenth Street, to a boarding-house opposite the theater, but the doctors' best efforts failed. Nine hours later, at 7:22 AM on April 15th, Lincoln died.

Then South over took the North. Booth was made into a hero as slavery was brought back. Up to this day slavery is still common and practised, even after many a war, Abolation of slavery is not practical, anymore, people excpet the fact that heese people are there to work for us.

-Taken out of the Discovering History page 436 (Copyright - 2004 to Hill-Buff)

P.S. Remember this is fiction I don't really feel this way! I love everyone. I am not raceist it's just, this Story line has been bugging me for a long time. and feel free to flame me all you remeber I dont think slavery is good, and I don't think anyone is lower then anyone. We are equal.

Stay tuned for chapter one. Which will introduce, our leads! YAY!