1861/07 - Abraham Lincoln's July 4th War Message

1861/07 - Abraham Lincoln's July 4th War Message

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Abraham Lincoln's Special Session Message​

July 4, 1861​



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In the nation's capital, the Fourth of July, 1861, began with a parade. As bands played, 20,000 militiamen strode proudly down Pennsylvania Avenue. Any thoughts that this was just another festive Independence Day in Washington, D.C., quickly vanished, however...
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