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President Lincoln issues Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation
Battle of Fredericksburg
President Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation
The U.S. Congress passes a bill authorizing a draft
A bread riot in Richmond, Virginia, occurs
Battle of Chancellorsville
Battle of Gettysburg
U.S. Grant captures Vicksburg, Mississippi
The New York City Draft Riots occur
54 th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment attacks Ft. Wagner, South Carolina
William C. Quantrill and his followers raid the town of Lawrence, Kansas
Battle of Chickamauga occurs
President Lincoln appoints U.S. Grant the commander of all operations in the Western Theater
Abraham Lincoln delivers a short address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
The Battles for Chattanooga occur
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The War Drags On Topic #37. Fredericksburg – Dec 1862 Lincoln replaces McClellan with General Burnside! Launched a surprise attack against Lee outside.
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