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November 12, 1860 In Preston County, Western Virginia holds its first organizational meeting, expressing a desire to "adhere to the Union". West Virginia
  First Wheeling Convention
November 12, 1863 In response to former Louisiana Congressman Benjamin Flanders, Lincoln states "...the act of secession is legally nothing and needs no repealing." Louisiana
  Abraham Lincoln
November 12, 1863 Following a couple of quiet days, federal shelling of Fort Sumter resumes. South Carolina
  Siege of Charleston
November 12, 1864 General Sherman in Cartersville sends his last message to General Thomas in Nashville, Tennessee. He will be out of communication with the North until December 13. Georgia
  March to the Sea
  William Tecumseh Sherman

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