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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 2 0 Browse Search
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he necessity of reinforcing the Southern forts, Doc. 11; speech at Detroit, April 24, Doc. 145 Castle Pinckney, S. C., taken possession of by rebels, D. 7; Commander Pettigru at, D. 8 Castleton, Vt., Union Meeting at, D. 45 Catawba Indians. See Indians. Catholics of the South refuse fellowship with those of the North, D. 97 C. Colden Murray, the bark, D. 17 Chapin, E. H., D. D., P, 62 Charleston Courier; its opinion of the rebellion, P. 149 CharlesIndians. Catholics of the South refuse fellowship with those of the North, D. 97 C. Colden Murray, the bark, D. 17 Chapin, E. H., D. D., P, 62 Charleston Courier; its opinion of the rebellion, P. 149 Charleston Mercury threatens to take the forts, D. 4; discusses sea-coast defences, D. 4; suggests the seizure of forts, D. 10; urges an attack on Fort Sumter D. 16; strictures on the policy of the Federal Government, D. 21; request to the captains of Confederate ships, D. 39 Charleston, S. C., people of, refuse to allow Federal soldiers to be sent to the forts, D. 3; act of secession signed at, D. 4; palmetto flags raised in, D. 7; forts at, seized, D. 7; orders in reference to the clearance of