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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
etire......Jan. 9, 1861 Ordinance of secession of Mississippi adopted in convention, 84 to 15......Jan. 9, 1861 Fort Johnston seized by citizens of Smithville, N. C.......Jan. 9, 1861 Fort Caswell seized by citizens of Smithville and WilminSmithville, N. C.......Jan. 9, 1861 Fort Caswell seized by citizens of Smithville and Wilmington, N. C.......Jan. 10, 1861 Ordinance of secession of Florida adopted in convention, 62 to 7......Jan. 10, 1861 United States arsenal and barracks at Baton Rouge, La., seized by Louisiana State troops......Jan. 10, 1861 Fort Jackson and Smithville and Wilmington, N. C.......Jan. 10, 1861 Ordinance of secession of Florida adopted in convention, 62 to 7......Jan. 10, 1861 United States arsenal and barracks at Baton Rouge, La., seized by Louisiana State troops......Jan. 10, 1861 Fort Jackson and Fort Philips, below New Orleans, seized by Louisiana State troops......Jan. 11, 1861 Ordinance of secession of Alabama adopted in convention, 61 to 39......Jan. 11, 1861 Florida demands the surrender of Fort Pickens, at the entrance of Pensacolrolina refuses to furnish quota of militia (two regiments) to the United States......April 15, 1861 Forts Caswell and Johnston, of North Carolina, taken possession of by State troops......April 16, 1861 Ordinance of secession of Virginia, adopt
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, (search)
34′, and extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific......1743 War having been declared by England against France, Fort Johnston on the south bank of Cape Fear is built......1745 Large accession to the settlement near Cross Creek is made by Sc fortunes to secure her freedom and safety, adopted by the Cumberland Association at Wilmington......June 19, 1775 Fort Johnston burned by militia under Colonel Ashe......July 18, 1775 Governor Martin issues a proclamation from the British shind opened at Trinity College......1852 James C. Dobbin, Secretary of the Navy......March 7, 1853 Forts Caswell and Johnston, occupied by State troops unauthorized, Jan. 8, 1861, are ordered restored to the proper authorities by Governor Ellis..nited States Secretary of War, says: You can get no troops from North Carolina ......April 15, 1861 Forts Caswell and Johnston seized by Confederates......April 16, 1861 United States branch mint at Charlotte seized by State......April 20, 1861