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January 16, 1821 John Cabell Breckinridge born, near Lexington Kentucky
  John Breckinridge
February 10, 1821 Senate passes public lands debt relief bills
February 28, 1821 House passes the public land debt relief bill. Most of the opposition comes from the North, where few had engaged in the speculation that created the problem
June 1, 1821 In the wake of the Missouri Compromise, Quaker Benjamin Lundy prepares to roll the press on a weekly publication, Genius of Universal Emancipation. It has a pro-abolition stance.
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August 10, 1821 Missouri is admitted to the Union Missouri
  Missouri Compromise (Compromise of 1820)
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