1861/01 - Louisiana's Ordinance of Secession

1861/01 - Louisiana's Ordinance of Secession

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The Delegates of the 1861 Louisiana Secession Convention
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Jan 26, 1861

Louisiana's Ordinance of Secession​



Image4.pngOn January 8, 1861, Louisiana Governor Thomas Overton Moore acted aggressively to engineer the secession of Louisiana from the Union by a convention on January 23. Only five percent of the public were represented in the convention which called for a popular referendum to establish a convention.

Louisiana declared that it had seceded from...
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