McGehee, John C., 1801-1881. First draft of the address to the Florida Secession Convention by J.C. McGehee, chairman 1...

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Title:
McGehee, John C., 1801-1881. First draft of the address to the Florida Secession Convention by J.C. McGehee, chairman 1862. Also a letter by McGehee, 1880, and a photograph of him.
Series Title:
McGehee, John C., 1801-1881. First draft of the address to the Florida Secession Convention by J.C. McGehee, chairman 1862. Also a letter by McGehee, 1880, and a photograph of him.
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Language:
English
Creator:
McGehee, John C., 1801-1881.
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Subjects / Keywords:
Civil War in Florida, 1861-1865
Genre:
Misc Manuscripts
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States -- Florida

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
00,477
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AA00024284:00001

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ADOPTE JANUARY1118.
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o s consistent with the safety and laveholding States, ha's been fin by the recent indications of the s ahnti-slavery sentiment of th therefore,
resolved by the people of Flo. own assembled, That it is undout t t of the several States of the Unit e and for such cause as in the pie of such State, acting in thesSity may be just and prope; a inh oin f this Conveption, the exi
e such as to compel Florida to i ise that right.:
he people of the State of Floi ion assembled, do solemnly and declare that the State of i withdraws herself from the Confed existing under the name of the America, and from the existinG
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it cnection between her and the Go n aid States ought to be, and the h totally annulled, and said Un
solved; and the State of Flom declared a sovereign and inde and that all ordinances here in so far as they create or rec





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