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January 31, 1831 William Lloyd Garrison begins publication of The Liberator
July 4, 1831 Date chosen for Nat Turner's rebellion. It was postponed because Turner was sick. Virginia
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
July 23, 1831 In The Liberator, Lloyd Garrison published a "Song, supposed to be sung by Slaves in Insurrection." In the song it urged slaves to "strike for God and vengeance now."
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
August 22, 1831
August 23, 1831
Revolt of Nat Turner
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
September 26, 1831 Antimasonic Party nominates William Wirt for President and Amos Ellmaker for Vice-President at their convention in Baltimore, Maryland. This was the first national nominating convention as we know it today
  Election of 1832
October 30, 1831 Nat Turner is discovered by two slaves, who report him to Benjamin Phipps. Phipps then confronts him with gun and takes him to jail
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
November 1, 1831 Nat Turner makes his Confession to Thomas C. Gray, his attorney.
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
  Confession of Nat Turner
November 5, 1831 Nat Turner is tried and convicted for leading a slave uprising Virginia
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
November 11, 1831 Nat Turner is hung for leading a slave revolt. His body is skinned and dispersed to white onlookers for souvenirs.
  Nat Turner and the Slave Revolt
November 19, 1831 James A. Garfield born, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
  James Garfield
December 12, 1831 National Republicans hold a convention in Baltimore. They nominate Henry Clay unanimously on the first ballot to run for President. John Sergeant of Pennsylvania is chosen as his running mate Maryland
  Henry Clay
  Election of 1832

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