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Songs about Guiteau:
The Ballad of Guiteau (From "Assassins") by Jonathan Hadary;Patrick Cassidy from the Album Assassins
Ballad of Guiteau (Karaoke Track)[In the Style of Assasins] by DMJ Productions from the Album Sing songs of Assasins (Karaoke)
The Ballad of Guiteau by Denis O'hare & Neil Patrick Harris from the Album Assassins (The Broadway Cast Recording)
Charles Guiteau by Kelly Harrell from the Album Old-Time Mountain Ballads
Waiting For Guiteau by Tony Furtado Band from the Album Tony Furtado Band
Waiting For Guiteau/President Garfield's Hornpipe by Tony Furtado from the Album Within Reach
Charles Guiteau by Virgil Sturgill from the Album Bury Me Beneath the Willow - A Treasury of Southern Mountain Folk Songs & Ballads
Books about Guiteau:
The Presidential Assassins: John Wilkes Booth, Charles Julius Guiteau, Leon Frank Czolgosz, and Lee Harvey Oswald... by Jeffrey K. Smith (Aug 25, 2013)
The Trial of the Assassin Guiteau: Psychiatry and the Law in the Gilded Age by Charles E. Rosenberg (Oct 15, 1995)
Guiteau trial by John K. 1819-1892 Porter (Jun 26, 2010)
The Man who Killed President Garfield: George H. Herbert's Guiteau, the Assassin by George H. Herbert and Paul Rich (May 14, 2013)
The Trial of the Assassin Guiteau: A play by Louis Phillips by Louis Phillips and M. Stefan Strozier (Sep 20, 2013)
Guiteau 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)
Guiteau trial: Closing speech to the jury of John K. Porter of New York by John K. Porter (Jan 1, 1882)
Wiki information Guiteau:
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" 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,...