1861/01 - Georgia's Ordinance of Secession & Causes Which Have Led to the Separation

1861/01 - Georgia's Ordinance of Secession & Causes Which Have Led to the Separation

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Delegates of the 1861 Georgia Secession Convention
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Jan 19, 1861

Georgia's Ordinance of Secession​

& Causes Which Have Led to the Separation​

Image4.pngIn January 1861, the Georgia Secession Convention issued an Ordinance of Secession, in which it outlined the causes that motivated the state to declare its secession from the Union. The ordinance cited the views of president-elect Lincoln and that of the Republican...
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