Mary E. Surratt Boarding House

Mary E. Surratt Boarding House The Mary E. Surratt Boarding House in Washington, D.C. was the site of meetings of conspirators to kidnap and subsequently to assassinate U.S.

President Abraham Lincoln. It was operated as a boarding house by Mary Surratt from September 1864 to April 1865.About the houseThe building, at 604 H Street NW, standing three-and-one-half stories tall, was constructed by Jonathan T. Walker in 1843. It has been described as being in the Early Republic or Federal style or in "vernacular Greek Revival" style. It stands on a lot measuring 29x. The b

President Abraham Lincoln. It was operated as a boarding house by Mary Surratt from September 1864 to April 1865.About the houseThe building, at 604 H Street NW, standing three-and-one-half stories tall, was constructed by Jonathan T. Walker in 1843. It has been described as being in the Early Republic or Federal style or in "vernacular Greek Revival" style. It stands on a lot measuring 29x. The b

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