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Shortly after Abraham Lincoln's election, all of the following states left the United States through an act of secession EXCEPT A. Kentucky. B. Florida. C. Mississippi. D. Texas.
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Shortly after Abraham Lincoln's election, all of the following states left the United States through an act of secession EXCEPT Kentucky.
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Who did the Constitutional Union Party nominate as their 1860 presidential candidate? A. Abraham Lincoln B. John C. Calhoun C. John Bell D. Stephen A. Douglas
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The Constitutional Union Party nominated John Bell as their 1860 presidential candidate.
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Montgomery, Alabama was the first capital city of the Confederate States of America.
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