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The Civil War in Wisconsin
May 29, 1848 Wisconsin enters the United States a free state and evens the slave-free balance in the Senate at 15-15 Wisconsin
March 20, 1854 In Ripon, a group of citizens under led by attorney Alvan E. Bovay met in a schoolhouse in support of the abolition of slavery. They adopted the name "Republicans" Wisconsin
  Republican Party
November 7, 1865 Minnesota and Wisconsin hold votes for black state suffrage.

Minnesota:
For 12,170,
Against 14,840,

Wisconsin:
For: 46,388
Against: 55,591
Wisconsin
February 7, 1867 Wisconsin ratifies the 14th Amendment Wisconsin
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