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November 10, 1850 Second Nashville Convention
November 10, 1860 James Chesnut becomes the first Southerner to resign from the Senate. He is quickly followed by James H. Hammond South Carolina
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November 10, 1864 On the 10th of November the movement may be said to have fairly begun, General Sherman in his memoirs regarding the "March to the Sea"
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With the approach of a significant Union force in Kentucky, Unionists in East Tennessee revolted, burning railroad bridges to delay a Rebel advance. Tennessee
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