Get a head start on your fall AP classes! Discuss your AP Summer Reading with other students, while enjoying a brew of coffee or tea. For grades 9-12.
Join author Trudy Krisher for a trip back in time. On April 14, 1865, the night of President Lincoln’s assassination, Booth’s conspirator Lewis Powell attempted to assassinate secretary of state William Seward in his home just blocks from Ford’s theater. The attack, which left Seward and his son seriously wounded, was witnessed by Seward's beloved daughter, who left an account of the "night of horrors" in her diary.