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Mississippi: storm center of secession, 1856-1861

P. L. Rainwater

Mississippi: storm center of secession, 1856-1861

by P. L. Rainwater

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Published by O. Claitor in Baton Rouge, La .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mississippi
    • Subjects:
    • Secession,
    • Mississippi -- Politics and government

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Percy Lee Rainwater.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF341 .R26
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, [1], 248 p.
      Number of Pages248
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6364921M
      LC Control Number38002247
      OCLC/WorldCa1482383

      Mississippi was the second southern state to declare its secession from the United States, doing so on January 9, It joined with six other southern slave-holding states to form the Confederacy on February 4, Mississippi's location along the lengthy Mississippi River made it strategically. BOOK REVIEW STANDARDS. Reviews will be judged on three elements: 1) how effectively the book's contents are summarized, 2) how intelligently and imaginatively you react to the book, and 3) the clarity and sophistication of your writing style. Mississippi: Storm Center of Secession Willie M. Caskey, The Secession and Restoration of Louisiana.

      Mississippi: Storm Center of Secession, – (). Rowland, Dunbar. Military History of Mississippi, – Taken from the Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi ( Reprint Company Publishers, ). Ruminski, Jarret. The first major European expedition into the territory that became Mississippi was Spanish, led by Hernando de Soto, which passed through in the early French claimed the territory that included Mississippi as part of their colony of New France and started settlement along the Gulf Coast. They created the first Fort Maurepas under Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville on the site of modern.

      South Carolina Filed under: Secession -- South Carolina The Correspondence Between the Commissioners of the State of So. Ca. to the Government at Washington and the President of the United States Together with the Statement of Messrs. Miles and Keitt (Charleston, SC: Evans and Cogswell, ), by South Carolina Convention (). Learn secession with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of secession flashcards on Quizlet.


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Mississippi was the second southern state to declare its secession from the United States, doing so on January 9, It joined with six other southern slave-holding states to form the Confederacy on February 4, The convention passed an ordinance of secession on 9 Januaryand Mississippi officially withdrew from the Union.

The secessionist movement in Mississippi paralleled that in most Lower South states, although widespread ownership of slaves almost certainly contributed to the state’s enthusiastic support for disunion.

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