||Date of Incident
||April 14, 1865
||Ford's Theatre, 511 10th Street NW, Washington, DC
||Lincoln was shot as he was watching a play. He died April 15, 1865 at the Petersen House in Washington of his wounds.
||July 2, 1881
||Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station, Southwest Corner of Constitution Avenue and 6th Street NW, Washington, DC
||Garfield was shot from behind as he was walking through the station. As a result of failed attempts to locate the bullet which caused infections and blood poisoning he died September 19, 1881 at Elberon, New Jersey.
||Sept. 6, 1901
||Pan-American Exposition, Temple of Music, along Fordham Drive, between Lincoln Parkway and Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York
||McKinley was shot at close range as he was greeting the public. He died on September 14, 1901 in Buffalo from gangrene caused by the bullet wounds.
|John F. Kennedy
||Nov. 22, 1963
||411 Elm Street, Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas
||Kennedy was struck by gunshots while riding in a motorcade through downtown Dallas. He was pronounced dead at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas shortly after the shooting.