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September 3, 1783 Official end of the American Revolution with the signing of the Treaty of Paris
September 3, 1838 Frederick Douglass travels from Baltimore to New York under an assumed named, escaping slavery Maryland
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  Frederick Douglass
September 3, 1841 The Senate approves a new bank bill 27 to 22
September 3, 1861 In response to a federal build-up in the West, Leonidas Polk orders Gideon Pillow to take Columbus, Kentucky on the Mississippi River Kentucky
  Leonidas Polk
  Gideon Pillow
September 3, 1862 Confederate forces capture Frankfurt, the capital of Kentucky Kentucky
  Confederate Invasion of Kentucky
September 3, 1863 Lord Russell (Great Britain) orders two ironclad Laird Rams bound for the Confederacy to be detained.

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