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January 21, 1813 John C. Frémont born, Savannah, GA
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January 21, 1824 Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson born, Clarksburg, Virginia (today, West Virginia). West Virginia
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January 21, 1861 All but 6 of the delegates to Georgia's Secessionist Convention sign the Ordinances of Secession Georgia
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January 21, 1868 Mississippi rejects the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. Mississippi
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January 21, 1968 Dedication of the restored Ford's Theater
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Ambrose Burnside searches for another crossing of the Rappahannock. This is known as the "Mud March"
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