Let's talk about inducement and aggression then....3 members of my lineage that were induced to fight in Mr Lincoln's illegal aggression...
Here's what happened before Lincoln had even arrived in Washington; before any Federal military force was raised that could even pose an "illegal aggression" to the white South.
December 27, 1860—South Carolina seizes Fort Moultrie, Castle Pinckney, a Federal schooner and other Federal property.
December 30, 1860—South Carolina seizes the Federal Arsenal at Charleston.
December 31—South Carolina seizes the U.S. post office and the Customs house in Charleston.
January 3—Georgia seizes Fort Pulaski to prevent U.S. troops from garrisoning it.
January 4—Alabama seizes the US arsenal at Mount Vernon.
January 5—Alabama seizes Forts Morgan and Gaines.
January 6—Florida seizes the Apalachicola arsenal.
January 7—Florida seizes Fort Marion.
January 9, 1861—In Charleston, southern guns fire on the Star of the West as it attempts to re-supply Fort Sumter.
January 10, 1861—Florida demands the surrender of Fort Pickens (refused).
February 18, 1861—Jefferson Davis is inaugurated as president of the Confederacy.
After all that:
February 23, 1861—President-Elect Abraham Lincoln merely arrives in Washington.
And some weeks later:
March 4, 1861—Lincoln is inaugurated as president of the United States.
And several weeks later:
April 15, 1861—Lincoln calls for for a 75,000-man militia for a three month enlistment. This is an aggressive invasion force?