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New York Herald, “Mason and Slidell,” November 17, 1861 Newspaper
Brigadier General Thomas F. Drayton, CSA to Governor Francis W. Pickens, November 18, 1861 Letter
President Jefferson Davis, Message to the Confederate Congress, November 18, 1861 Executive record
Governor Isham Green Harris, Proclamation calling the Tennessee militia to the field, November 19, 1861 Executive record
Marble Nash Taylor, Proclamation to the People of North Carolina, November 20, 1861 Executive record
Cleveland (OH) Herald, “North Carolina Dissatisfied,” November 21, 1861 Newspaper
Captain W.H. Nelson of the Harvey Birch, Sworn protest at the November 19, 1861 destruction of his ship, November 22, 1861 Executive record
Brigadier-General Henry Lockwood, To the People of Accomac and Northampton Counties of Virginia, November 23, 1861 Military record
Col. Harvey Brown to Gen. Lorenzo Thomas, November 25, 1861 Military record
Gen. Braxton Bragg, Congratulation on the November 22-23, 1861 Florida bombardment, November 25, 1861 Military record
Judah P. Benjamin to Colonel W.B. Wood, Instructions concerning Eastern Tennessee, November 25, 1861 Military record
Colonel Charles R. Jennison, Proclamation to the People of Eastern Missouri, November 26, 1861 Military record
Brigadier-General Charles F. Smith, General Orders No. 36, Paducah, Kentucky, November 27, 1861 Military record
Colonel George D. Bayard, First Pennsylvania Cavalry, Report on Expedition to Dranesville, Virginia, November 27, 1861 Military record
Major-General George McClellan, General Orders No. 48 on Chaplains and the Army, November 27, 1861 Military record
Major-General David Hunter to Trustees of Platte City, Missouri, December 1, 1861 Military record
Abraham Lincoln, Annual Message to Congress, December 3, 1861 Speech
New York Times, “The Slave Question,” December 4, 1861 Newspaper
Brigadier General John W. Phelps, Proclamation to "The Loyal Citizens of the Southwest," December 4, 1861 Military record
William H. Seward to George B. McClellan, Contrabands in District of Columbia, December 4, 1861 Executive record