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July 29, 1835 Residents of Charleston break into a post office and burn all anti-slavery newspapers on the town square South Carolina
July 29, 1857 Col. Edwin Sumner attacks 300 mounted Cheyenne at Solomon's Ford in Kansas. Jeb Stuart is wounded in the attack. Kansas
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July 29, 1859 The Wyandotte Constitution is adopted by the convention Kansas
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July 29, 1862 Naval assault on Ft. McAllister Georgia
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July 29, 1862 Belle Boyd was arrested as a Confederate spy. She was released a month later on lack of evidence.

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