Tess becomes a teacher at a school in Washington D.C. with young children. One child turns in an essay about wanting to be a hit man when he grows up. Tess tells a story about Abraham Lincoln to the students, giving them insight into life.
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When Booth and the men in the bar are singing Beautiful Dreamer, they are accompanied by a banjo played in the three finger or "Scruggs" style. This is extremely unlikely, as that style was not popularized until the mid-1940s. It's much more likely it would have been played in a plectrum, or strumming style. See more
Well, this may not be the most famous building in Washington, D.C. But it might just be the most important.
Composed by Stephen Foster See more