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September 27, 1862 The Confederate Congress passes the Second Conscription Act, authorizing the President to draft men between the ages of 35 and 45
September 27, 1862 The first all-black regiment in United States history is formed in Union-controlled New Orleans from "free Negroes." While their technical name is the First Regiment Louisiana Native Guard they call themselves "Chasseurs d'Afrique". The name translates to "Hunters of Africa."
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September 27, 1864 A small Confederate force under "Bloody" Bill Anderson attacks Centralia, Missouri. 24 Union soldiers are killed in the town and another 116 are killed in an ambush. Missouri

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