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The 4th Constitutional Convention, Wyandotte, Kansas Kansas
  Bleeding Kansas
  Kansas becomes a state
July 5, 1859 The fourth Kansas Constitutional Convention is convened in Wyandotte, Kansas. Kansas
  Kansas becomes a state
July 5, 1864 Horace Greeley receives a letter with a Confederate proposal for peace negotiations to be held in Canada. He forwards the letter to President Lincoln
July 5, 1864 Jubal Early [CS] crosses the Potomac River at Harper's Ferry and enters Maryland with a division of men. He begins heading east to Washington
  Jubal Early's Raid on Washington D. C.

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Democrats nominate Horatio Seymour for President and Francis P. Blair Jr. for Vice-president
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