Descendants of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd walk into Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas National Park in 2015 to mark the 150th anniversary of Mudd’s arrival at the isolated Gulf of Mexico fort where he was imprisoned after splinting the broken leg of President Lincoln’s assassin. The former Union military prison lies 68 miles west of Key West. After serving four years in the prison, Mudd was pardoned.
Descendants of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd walk into Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas National Park in 2015 to mark the 150th anniversary of Mudd’s arrival at the isolated Gulf of Mexico fort where he was imprisoned after splinting the broken leg of President Lincoln’s assassin. The former Union military prison lies 68 miles west of Key West. After serving four years in the prison, Mudd was pardoned. Andy Newman
Descendants of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd walk into Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas National Park in 2015 to mark the 150th anniversary of Mudd’s arrival at the isolated Gulf of Mexico fort where he was imprisoned after splinting the broken leg of President Lincoln’s assassin. The former Union military prison lies 68 miles west of Key West. After serving four years in the prison, Mudd was pardoned. Andy Newman

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