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December 6, 1836 [circa] Casting operations begin at Tredegar Iron Works Virginia
December 6, 1837 Robert E. Lee submits a plan to save the port of St. Louis Missouri
  Robert E. Lee
December 6, 1863 William Tecumseh Sherman enters Knoxville, formally ending the siege Tennessee
  Siege of Knoxville
  William Tecumseh Sherman
December 6, 1864 Salmon P. Chase named Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
  Salmon P. Chase
December 6, 1864 Battle of Stoney Creek Virginia
  Siege of Petersburg

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Whigs hold their national convention in Harrisburg and nominate William Henry Harrison of Ohio for President with 148 votes. Henry Clay received 90 and Winfield Scott had 16. John Tyler was unanimously selected as Harrison's Vice-President Pennsylvania
  Henry Clay
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