Songs about Guiteau:

songsThe Ballad of Guiteau (From "Assassins") by Jonathan Hadary;Patrick Cassidy from the Album Assassins

songsBallad of Guiteau (Karaoke Track)[In the Style of Assasins] by DMJ Productions from the Album Sing songs of Assasins (Karaoke)

songsThe Ballad of Guiteau by Denis O'hare & Neil Patrick Harris from the Album Assassins (The Broadway Cast Recording)

songsCharles Guiteau by Kelly Harrell from the Album Old-Time Mountain Ballads

songsWaiting For Guiteau by Tony Furtado Band from the Album Tony Furtado Band

songsWaiting For Guiteau/President Garfield's Hornpipe by Tony Furtado from the Album Within Reach

songsCharles Guiteau by Virgil Sturgill from the Album Bury Me Beneath the Willow - A Treasury of Southern Mountain Folk Songs & Ballads


Books about Guiteau:

booksThe Presidential Assassins: John Wilkes Booth, Charles Julius Guiteau, Leon Frank Czolgosz, and Lee Harvey Oswald... by Jeffrey K. Smith (Aug 25, 2013)

booksThe Trial of the Assassin Guiteau: Psychiatry and the Law in the Gilded Age by Charles E. Rosenberg (Oct 15, 1995)

booksGuiteau trial by John K. 1819-1892 Porter (Jun 26, 2010)

booksThe Man who Killed President Garfield: George H. Herbert's Guiteau, the Assassin by George H. Herbert and Paul Rich (May 14, 2013)

booksThe Trial of the Assassin Guiteau: A play by Louis Phillips by Louis Phillips and M. Stefan Strozier (Sep 20, 2013)

booksGuiteau Trial: The Closing Speech To The Jury Of John K. Porter Of New York In The Case Of Charles J. Guiteau,... by John K. Porter (Sep 10, 2010)

booksGuiteau trial: Closing speech to the jury of John K. Porter of New York by John K. Porter (Jan 1, 1882)


Wiki information Guiteau:

Charles J. Guiteau
Lawyer, Deceased Person, Person, Person Or Being In Fiction

Charles Julius Guiteau was an American preacher, writer, and lawyer who was convicted of assassinating U.S. President James A. Garfield. He was executed by hanging.

Charles Guiteau

"Charles Guiteau" Roud 444 is a traditional song about the assassination of US President James A. Garfield by Charles J. Guiteau. It is based on another old ballad, "James A. Rogers". For a while, it was believed that Guiteau wrote the song himself,...


Facebook pages same name Guiteau:

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