South Carolina

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    Richmond (VA) Dispatch, "The Northern Springs," June 20, 1854
    New York Times, “How a Gentleman is Appreciated by Proslavery Fanatics,” March 18, 1857
    New York Times, “A New Kink in the Southern Mind,” May 7, 1857
    Washington (DC) National Era, “Exemption of Slave Property,” September 10, 1857
    New York Times, “South Carolina Senator,” October 12, 1857
    New York Herald, "Kansas," January 4, 1858
    New York Herald, "The Approaching Conclusion of the Kansas Comedy," January 27, 1858
    Charleston (SC) Mercury, "The South Carolina College again Broken Up," March 29, 1858
    Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, “Who are the Agitators?,” December 16, 1858
    Lowell (MA) Citizen & News, “Disunion,” January 5, 1859
    New York Times, “Admission of Oregon,” February 14, 1859
    Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Virginia Will Lead,” June 22, 1859
    Charleston (SC) Mercury, “The South Carolina Naturalization Law,” July 12, 1859
    New York Herald, “The Spoils,” July 20, 1858
    San Francisco (CA) Evening Bulletin, “If a Republican President?,” July 26, 1859
    Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “What is thought at the North of the New Ultimatum,” August 15, 1859
    Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune,“Census Revelations in South Carolina,” August 24, 1859
    Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, "Dissolution of the Union," October 25, 1859
    New Orleans (LA) Picayune, "The Harper's Ferry Affair," October 25, 1859
    Chicago (IL) Press & Tribune, “Nebraska,” January 16, 1860
    Raleigh (NC) Register, “How Firmly United the Democracy Are,” February 22, 1860
    Entry by Edward Bates, March 17, 1860
    William Wilkins to James Watson Webb, March 26, 1860
    Atchison (KS) Freedom’s Champion, “The Charleston Convention,” May 12, 1860
    Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “How the Field Looks,” August 17, 1860
    (Jackson) Mississippian, "The 'Coercion' Issue," October 5, 1860
    New York Herald, “What are the Southern States Going to Do?,” October 12, 1860
    Chicago (IL) Tribune, "The Union at the South," October 29, 1860
    New York Times, "The Administration and Disunion," November 7, 1860
    Chicago (IL) Tribune, "The Disunion Flurry," November 10, 1860
    William T. Sherman to Ellen Sherman, November 10, 1860
    Cleveland (OH) Herald, “A Traitor in Embryo,” November 12, 1860
    Chicago (IL) Tribune, "Secession and Finance," November 13, 1860
    Raleigh (NC) Standard, "Untitled," November 14, 1860
    Ripley (OH) Bee, “Southern Pranks,” November 15, 1860
    Chicago (IL) Tribune, "A Seceder's Opinion in 1851," November 16, 1860
    New York Herald, “The Disunion Question,” November 19, 1860
    New York Times, “A Secession Breakwater,” November 20, 1860
    August Belmont to Herschel Johnson, November 22, 1860
    William T. Sherman to Ellen Sherman, November 23, 1860
    New York Times, "Object of the South Carolina Convention," November 24, 1860
    Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Secession Cadets,” November 26, 1860
    Atchison (KS) Freedom’s Champion, “An Impossibility,” December 1, 1860
    Chicago (IL) Tribune, “A Good Precedent,” December 3, 1860
    August Belmont to William Sprague, December 6, 1860
    Bangor (ME) Whig and Courier, “What Will Texas Do?,” December 15, 1860
    New York Times, “A Sensible Proceeding,” December 20, 1860
    Bangor (ME) Whig and Courier, “Have We a Traitor at the Head,” December 25, 1860
    New York Times, "Secession is Anarchy," December 25, 1860
    Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Character of the Secession Leaders,” December 27, 1860
    Charlestown (VA) Free Press, “The Clouds Lowering,” December 27, 1860
    New York Herald, “Is South Carolina Out of the Union?,” December 30, 1860
    Charlestown (VA) Free Press, “A Forgeone Conclusion,” January 3, 1861
    Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Pennsylvania Arming,” January 5, 1861
    Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Secession Flag At Wilmington,” January 7, 1861
    Savannah (GA) News, “The Governor of Michigan Advocating Coercion,” January 9, 1861
    New York Times, “Disunion Leading the Way,” January 14, 1861
    New York Times, “Aid For Disunion,” January 16, 1861
    New York Times, “The Battle of Morris’ Island,” January 19, 1861
    Chicago (IL) Tribune, “The Next Step,” February 6, 1861
    Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Lincoln’s War Speech,” February 16, 1861
    Charleston (SC) Mercury, “Our New Colors,” February 21, 1861
    New York Times, “The Plot Against Mr. Lincoln’s Life,” March 4, 1861
    Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Abolitionists and Secessionists,” March 14, 1861
    New York Herald, “The Present Administration Doing What The Last Should Have Done,” April 16, 1861
    Abraham Lincoln, Proclamation of a Blockade of the South, April 19, 1861
    New York Times, “How to End the War,” April 24, 1861
    New York Times, “Rushing to Ruin,” April 26, 1861
    Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Peril of Kentucky,” May 3, 1861
    New York Times, “Not a War against the South,” May 10, 1861
    Abraham Lincoln, Proclamation Revoking General Hunter's May 9, 1862 Order of Military Emancipation, May 19, 1862
    Edward McPherson, Description of "An Act to Amend the Criminal Law of South Carolina," December 19, 1865
    General Daniel E. Sickles, General Order Number One, Headquarters, Department of South Carolina, January 17, 1866
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