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The Civil War in Maine
March 1, 1820 Missouri Compromise moves out of conference committee and to the floor of the House and Senate for debate. Maine
Missouri
  Missouri Compromise (Compromise of 1820)
March 3, 1820 Maine admitted to the U. S. as a free state, Missouri admitted to the U. S. as a slave state. Missouri
Maine
  Missouri Compromise (Compromise of 1820)
February 20, 1861 President-elect Abraham Lincoln and Vice-president Elect Hannibal Hamlin of Maine meet in New York City Maine
New York
  Abraham Lincoln
January 19, 1867 Maine ratifies the 14th Amendment Maine
  14th Amendment
January 6, 1876 James G. Blaine of Maine, a leading Republican and potential presidential candidate opposes granting amnesty to the 750 remaing Confederate leaders on the floor of the House. Maine
  Republican Party
  Election of 1876


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