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December 22, 1860 South Carolina selects 3 commissioners to arrange for delivery of public lands, including Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter, to the independent state. South Carolina
December 22, 1860 Lincoln's opposition to a section of the Crittenden Compromise becomes public, ending the proposal's potential as a possible solution
  Abraham Lincoln
December 22, 1862 Salmon Chase resumes his duties as Secretary of the Treasury
  1862 Cabinet Crisis
  Salmon P. Chase
December 22, 1863 Leonidas Polk ordered to take command of the Army of Mississippi. Mississippi
  Leonidas Polk

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