1861/01 - Florida's Ordinance of Secession

1861/01 - Florida's Ordinance of Secession

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The Delegates of the 1861 Florida Secession Convention
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Jan 10, 1861

Florida's Ordinance of Secession

Image4.pngFollowing Abraham Lincoln’s election, on November 6, 1860, Governor Madison Starke Perry called on Florida to join with other southern states seceeding from the United States. The legislature voted to hold an election on December 22 for the selection of delegates for an upcoming Secession Convention.

The newly elected delegates met in...
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