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Southerners who supported secession by individual states were opposed by , who argued that their states should act together rather than singly. 
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Fort Sumter was located in the harbor of
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The four border states that remained in the Union were Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, and
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General Winfield Scott recommended squeezing the South into submission with an
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Politicians who called for restoration of the Union by negotiation rather than war were called
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Union naval forces that captured New Orleans were led by Flag Officer
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Lincoln replaced because he thought the general was suffering from a case of "the slows." 
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The Union captured, held, and then released two Confederate envoys to Britain; they were James Mason and
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An American ambassador to Britain helped prevent the recognition of the Confederacy; he was
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In 1864, the Democrats nominated
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