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Category Archives: Secession
February 8th 1861 The Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States is unanimously adopted in Montgomery, Alabama. February 9th Jefferson Davis and Alexander Stephens are elected President and Vice President of the Confederate States of America… and neither of them ever … Continue reading
The State of Mississippi seceded from the Union on January 9, 1861. On May 4th, nearly the entire student body and many of the professors at the University of Mississippi formed ranks on the grounds in front of the Lyceum, … Continue reading
On the evening of April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth shot Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theater. Ulysses Grant was also supposed to be killed. Booth had thought the Grants would be at Ford’s Theater with the Lincolns, but the press … Continue reading
In conjunction with his declaration of April as Confederate History Month Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell declared April, 2010 John Wilkes Booth Day in the State of Virginia. “Booth was not only one of the brightest stars of the American stage … Continue reading