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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
eras and Clark, at the entrance of Hatteras Inlet, with 715 prisoners, and twenty-five guns......Aug. 29, 1861 General Fremont proclaims martial law in Missouri, with freedom to the slaves of active rebels......Aug. 31, 1861 [This act was disapproved by the President.] General Grant assumes command of southeastern Missouri......Sept. 1, 1861 Advance of the Confederates into Kentucky, and capture of Columbus......Sept. 3-12, 1861 Paducah, Ky., occupied by General Grant......Sept. 6, 1861 Gen. George H. Thomas assigned to command at camp Dick Robinson, east Kentucky......Sept. 10, 1861 Siege and surrender of Lexington, Mo........Sept. 11-20, 1861 Bowling Green, Ky., occupied by the Confederates......Sept. 18, 1861 Gen. O. M. Mitchel assumes command of the Department of the Ohio......Sept. 21, 1861 Gen. William T. Sherman supersedes General Anderson in the Department of the Cumberland......Oct. 8, 1861 Gen. O. M. Mitchel organizes an expedition for the
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State guards to Columbus, to preserve the neutrality of that district......June 24, 1861 Brig.-Gen. William Nelson establishes Camp Dick Robinson in Garrard county, where companies of Federal soldiers of Kentucky are formed into regiments......August, 1861 Confederate troops from Tennessee occupy Columbus......Sept. 4, 1861 General Grant, with two regiments and two gunboats, takes possession of Paducah, and proclaims that he comes solely to defend the State from aggression......Sept. 6, 1861 Legislature by resolution orders Confederate troops to leave the State, refusing to order both parties to leave......Sept. 11, 1861 Legislature by resolution instructs the governor to call out the State troops to drive out the Southern invaders, and resolves, that Kentucky expects the Confederates or Tennessee troops to be withdrawn from her soil unconditionally ......Sept. 12, 1861 S. B. Buckner issues from Russellville an address to the people, calling on them to take up arm