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In the Secession Congress at Montgomery all reference to the tariff question was avoided, because the cultivation of sugar in Louisiana, one of the most influential Southern states, depends entirely on protection. Regardless the path, their destination was often Christiana and eventually, Philadelphia or Canada. Abraham Lincoln is elected the 16th President of the United States defeating Stephen Douglas (Northern Democratic Party), John C. They mention several of the letters she sent to him while he was fighting.

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