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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
l mail-contract packet Trent leaves Havana, Cuba, for England, Nov. 7, with Mason and Slidell on board; she is stopped by the United States war steamer San Jacinto, Captain Wilkes, and the envoys taken from her......Nov. 8, 1861 Department of Missouri constituted......Nov. 9, 1861 Department of the Ohio reorganized to include Kentucky and Tennessee, Nov. 9; Gen. Don Carlos Buell assumes command......Nov. 15, 1861 General Halleck assumes command of the Department of Missouri......Nov. 19, 1861 Second session assembles......Dec. 2, 1861 President Lincoln's first annual message to Congress......Dec. 3, 1861 John C. Breckinridge, Kentucky, expelled from the Senate......Dec. 4, 1861 [He had remained in the Senate until the end of the previous session.] Senate resolves that a joint committee of three members from the Senate and four from the House be appointed to inquire into the conduct of the war, with power to send for persons and papers, and to sit during the sessio
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Missouri, (search)
. 26, 1861 Governor Jackson issues (Sept. 26) a proclamation from Lexington, convening the legislature in extra session at Masonic Hall in Neosho, Newton county......Oct. 21, 1861 General Fremont is relieved by Gen. David Hunter......Nov. 2, 1861 Legislature at Neosho passes an act of secession, Oct. 28, and resolution requesting all members to sign it......Nov. 2, 1861 Indecisive battle at Belmont between Generals Grant and Polk, Nov. 7; Warsaw destroyed by Confederates......Nov. 19, 1861 Major-General Halleck, who succeeded General Hunter, Nov. 7, declares martial law in St. Louis, Dec. 23; and, some men returning from General Price's army having destroyed about 100 miles of the Missouri Railroad, he extends the order to all the railroads in the State......Dec. 25, 1861 Battles at Shawnee Mound and Milford, Dec. 18, 1861, and at Mount Zion......Dec. 28, 1861 New Madrid captured by General Pope......March 14, 1862 Independence captured by the Confederates.....