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November 9, 1860 South Carolina calls for a convention on December 17 to decide if the state should secede from the Union South Carolina
November 9, 1861 Major General Henry Halleck is given command of the states east of the Mississippi and Brigadier General Don Carlos Buell is put in command of eastern Kentucky and Tennessee.
  Don Carlos Buell
  Henry Halleck
November 9, 1863 President Abraham Lincoln goes to a play, The Marble Heart. John Wilkes Booth stars.
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November 9, 1865 North Carolina declares the secession ordinance of 1861 null and void North Carolina
November 9, 1866 Georgia rejects the 14th Amendment Georgia
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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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