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  Time Line of The Civil War - 1861
July 1861 -- A Blockade of the South.
To blockade the coast of the Confederacy effectively, the federal navy had to be improved.
On November 7, 1861, Captain Samuel F. Dupont's warships silenced Confederate guns in Fort Walker and Fort Beauregard.
memory.loc.gov /ammem/cwphtml/tl1861.html   (742 words)

 The 1861 Census UK Online - Records for England and Wales
Find 1861 Census records for England and Wales.
The 1861 Census for England was taken on the night of 31 March 1861.
The 1861 Census for Wales was taken on the night of 31 March 1861.
www.1861-census.co.uk   (114 words)

 Scottish 1861 Census - ScotlandsPeople
The 1861 census is the first census conducted by the office of the Registrar General for Scotland, established under the 1854 Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Scotland) Act.
The 1861 census utilised the system of registration districts and network of local registrars established by the 1854 Act, for its data collection.
An 1861 census image is a digital image of a page of the original enumeration book, showing the members of the household in which you are interested, on census night.
www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk /content/help/index.aspx?r=554&1257   (644 words)

 IEEE - IEEE History Center: Transcontinental Telegraph, 1861
Between July 4 and October 24, 1861, a telegraph line was constructed by the Western Union Company between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California, thereby completing the first high-speed communications link between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
Built during 1861 by the Western Union Telegraph Co. and its associates, the Transcontinental Telegraph, which connected St. Joseph, Missouri and Sacramento, California, reached Fort Laramie from the east on August 5, 1861.
On October 18, 1861, the workers of the one subcontractor, Pacific Telegraph Co. reached Salt lake City, completing the eastern section of the line.
www.ieee.org /web/aboutus/history_center/t_telegraph.html   (412 words)

 American Civil War: 1861
On 15th April, 1861, Abraham Lincoln called on the governors of the Northern states to provide 75,000 militia to serve for three months to put down the insurrection.
Major General Irvin McDowell was given command of the Union Army and in July, 1861, Lincoln sent him to take Richmond, the new base the Confederate government.
In November, 1861, Lincoln decided to appoint George McClellan as commander in chief of the Union Army.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /USAcivilwar2.htm   (4193 words)

 The Confederate Navy 1861-1865 (Part 1)
Thus in April, 1861, the two antagonists were as close to equality as they were to be for the remainder of the war.
The general feeling in the South was that, after April, 1861, the President of the United States could not hope to make a blockade effective because the English would not stand for losing one of their major markets of raw cotton.
As early as August of 1861, Secretary Mallory had been visited by Asa and Nelson Tift of Georgia who, even though they were not ship builders by trade, possessed plans for ironclads that could be built without any curves and that, according to their statements, could be built by any house carpenters.
www.magweb.com /sample/scamp/ca90csn1.htm   (2647 words)

 Chapter 9: The Civil War, 1861
Before the end of 1861, however, officers were being required to prove their qualifications before examining boards; those found unfit were allowed to resign.
Between February and May 1861 the Confederate authorities missed the opportunity of shipping baled cotton to England and drawing bills against it for the purchase of arms.
But in the spring of 1861, the anvil and hammer concept had not yet occurred to the military leaders in Washington.
www.army.mil /cmh-pg/books/amh/AMH-09.htm   (7569 words)

 Search 1861 Wales Census
The 1861 Census for Wales was taken on the night of 7 April 1861.
All responses were to reflect the individual's status as of 7 April 1861 for all individuals who had spent the night in the house.
A full reference number for a record in the 1861 census includes the PRO class number (RG9), the piece number, the folio number, and the page number.
www.genealogyinc.com /search/census_wales_1861.html   (552 words)

 Why the Cherokee Nation Allied Themselves With the Confederate States of America in 1861 by Leonard M. Scruggs
On August 21, 1861, the Cherokee Nation by a General Convention at Tahlequah (in Oklahoma) declared its common cause with the Confederate States against the Northern Union.
It is not surprising then that on October 28, 1861, the National Council issued a Declaration by the People of the Cherokee Nation of the Causes Which Have Impelled them to Unite Their Fortunes With Those of the Confederate States of America.
Indeed some of the issues here are so distressing that the general academic, media, and public reaction is to rebury them or shout them down as politically incorrect.
www.lewrockwell.com /orig/scruggs4.html   (1527 words)

 USN Ships--USS Pennsylvania (1837-1861)
Decommissioned after arrival at the Gosport Navy Yard, across the Elizabeth River from Norfolk, Virginia, the big ship was laid up there until 1842, when she began a long career as a receiving ship.
On 20 April 1861, as Confederate forces threatened the Norfolk Navy Yard, USS Pennsylvania was burned to the waterline to prevent capture.
Line engraving published in "Harper's Weekly", 1861, as part of the larger print seen in Photo # NH 59236.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-p/penna.htm   (681 words)

Indiana Regiment, Company I, and was promoted to second lieutenant.  He died on 23 January 1863 from typhoid fever related to wounds sustained in battle at Stone River (near Murfreesboro, Tennessee).
Indiana Regiment, Company I, and attained the rank of sergeant.  In 1863, he died from an undetermined accident while the regiment was in Washington, D.C.  He was a cousin of Mary Ann Webb.
Indiana campaigned through Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia on their way to Washington, D.C.  They were transferred to Louisville and mustered out in July 1865.
www.indianahistory.org /library/manuscripts/collection_guides/sc2639.html   (527 words)

 Karl Marx in the New-York Tribune 1861
The continual rise in the prices of raw cotton begins at last to seriously react upon the cotton factories, their consumption of cotton being now 25 per cent less than the full consumption.
Till then, any serious decline in the prices of cotton manufactures, which might have been anticipated from the considerable decrease of the American demand, had been balanced by an accumulation of stocks in first hands, and by speculative consignments to China and India.
As long as the English cotton manufactures depended on slave-grown cotton, it could be truthfully asserted that they rested on a twofold slavery, the indirect slavery of the white man in England and the direct slavery of the fl men on the other side of the Atlantic.
www.marxists.org /archive/marx/works/1861/10/14.htm   (1056 words)

 RFC 1861 (rfc1861) - Simple Network Paging Protocol - Version 3 -Two-Way E
RFC 1861 (rfc1861) - Simple Network Paging Protocol - Version 3 -Two-Way E
RFC 1861 - Simple Network Paging Protocol - Version 3 -Two-Way Enhanced
Network Working Group A. Gwinn Request for Comments: 1861 Southern Methodist University Obsoletes: 1645 October 1995 Category: Informational Simple Network Paging Protocol - Version 3 - Two-Way Enhanced Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1861.html   (4664 words)

 Biography of James Buchanan
On January 9, 1861, the vessel was far away.
Buchanan reverted to a policy of inactivity that continued until he left office.
In March 1861 he retired to his Pennsylvania home Wheatland--where he died seven years later--leaving his successor to resolve the frightful issue facing the Nation.
www.whitehouse.gov /history/presidents/jb15.html   (576 words)

 Riding The Overland Stage, 1861
In 1861, Mark Twain's (real name Samuel Clemens) brother Orion was named Secretary of Nevada Territory.
They averaged 8 mph over good terrain and horses were changed every 12 to 15 miles.
The Mormon Trek from the East to Utah began in 1845.
www.eyewitnesstohistory.com /stage.htm   (1126 words)

 Middlesex 1861 Census CD5: Wholly Genes
The Middlesex 1861 Census, which was originally released in 2002, has now been rescanned at a much higher quality, as well as being released as smaller sets covering just a few piece numbers on each CD.
They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO (now TNA), and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.
The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1861 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).
www.whollygenes.com /Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=GBC1861MDX05   (496 words)

 William Pelham to Marianna Pelham Mott, 11 Aug 1861
This letter, addressed to Marianna but mailed to her mother Martha Coffin Wright, was written from a Union prison in Santa Fé, where William Pelham had been placed for refusing to take an oath of loyalty to the Union.
My Father was a prisoner in the war of 1776.[A] My brother (your father) was a prisoner in the war of 1812[B] and I am now a prisoner in the war of 1861.
I have not taken up arms against the government neither have I aided or abeted either party in the late irrepressible conflict, yet my house was invaded, my private papers overhawled after I had first been marched off to prison, and I know not what for.
www.binghamton.edu /womhist/mcw/doc18.htm   (886 words)

 Manuscript letters, 1861-1914 - Wisconsin Historical Society
The letters to Griswold recall their Madison days together, when Griswold introduced Muir to the study of botany.
A few other letters of a routine business nature are also included, as are, at the end, several undated fragments of letters to the Pelton family probably written in 1860 or 1861.
All but six of the letters given here have never been previously published in their entirety (though typed copies of most were included in Muir's manuscripts at the University of the Pacific).
www.wisconsinhistory.org /turningpoints/search.asp?id=1224   (351 words)

 Re: Bjorg Jonsdottir 1861 to 1934, variations and more variations!!
In Reply to: Bjorg Jonsdottir 1861 to 1934, variations and more variations!!
In addition to what has already been said, I must add that the "slashed-o" letter does not even exist in the Icelandic alphabet - This is a Danish letter, but the the Icelandic equivalent is "Ö".
If so, their ancestry is thoroughly traced in the islendingabok database.
genforum.genealogy.com /iceland/messages/2985.html   (102 words)

 Text Page: Lloyd's map of the Southern States. / Lloyd, J.T. / 1861
This map was produced in wall map, pocket map and sheet form.
This presentation has Lloyd's "newspaper" on the verso which describes the counties of Virginia and Missouri, Southern Coast Surveys and is dated September 7, 1861.
On the front page Lloyd states that the Map and Gazetteer "will be issued every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock." It is not known if any other issues were printed - Stephenson lists only this issue.
www.davidrumsey.com /maps5928.html   (452 words)

 VH1.com : Movies : Ken Burns' Civil War, Episode 1: The Cause - 1861 : Main
The Cause -- 1861 opens Ken Burns' epic series on the Civil War, detailing the multiple fa...
The Cause -- 1861 opens Ken Burns' epic series on the Civil War, detailing the multiple factors that led the North and South to war in 1861.
In 1860, four million African-Americans were held in bondage in the South, serving as forced labor to harvest cotton on vast plantations.
www.vh1.com /movies/movie/49508/moviemain.jhtml   (120 words)

 The History Place - U.S. Civil War 1861-1865
Confederates under Gen. Pierre Beauregard open fire with 50 cannons upon Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina.
Fort Sumter after its capture, showing damage from the Rebel bombardment of over 3000 shells and now flying the Rebel "Stars and Bars" - April 14, 1861.
Map of Allegiances of the States - 1861.
www.historyplace.com /civilwar/index.html   (2985 words)

 Search results: 1861 census uk
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Netster.com makes it fast and easy to find 1861 census uk information.
Information on traveling to the United Kingdom and the British pound.
www.about-face.org /1861-census-uk.phtml   (354 words)

 Charles Pelham to Martha Coffin Wright, 12 Mar. 1861
Charles Pelham to Martha Coffin Wright, 12 Mar. 1861
Document 15: Letter from Charles Pelham to Martha Coffin Wright, 12 March 1861, Osborne Family Papers, Department of Special Collections, Syracuse University Library.
Charles wrote his response to Martha’s letter of December 1860 only a month before the start of the Civil War (see Document 14).
www.binghamton.edu /womhist/mcw/doc15.htm   (810 words)

 Amherst College Biographical Record: Class of 1861
Gloucester H. S., 1873-84; real estate and loan business with J. Evans (A. 1861), Topeka, Kans., 1884-93; r.
Prepared Kimball Union Acad., N. Taught Monson Acad., 1861; Hartford T. S., 1862-64; ordained W. Stafford, Conn., D. 27, 1864; p.
vols., 1861; admitted to bar, N., 1861; practised Taunton, 1861-; city clerk there, 1862-.
www.amherst.edu /~rjyanco/genealogy/acbiorecord/1861.html   (2877 words)

 Wiltshire 1861 Census Supplement 1 - Places in Wiltshire that appear in the Gloucestershire Registra: Wholly Genes
Wiltshire 1861 Census Supplement 1 - Places in Wiltshire that appear in the Gloucestershire Registra
These census pieces do not appear on the Wiltshire 1861 CD set (GBC1861WIL).
All of these pieces do appear on the Gloucestershire 1861 Registration Districts set (GBC1861GLS).
www.whollygenes.com /Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=GBC1861WIL-S1&Category_Code=NEW9999_200511&Product_Count=43   (181 words)

 The Political Graveyard: July 13, 1861
Politicians who were born on July 13 (all years), or
politicians who were born in 1861 (all dates)
politicians who were married in 1861 (all dates)
www.politicalgraveyard.com /chrono/1861/07-13.html   (301 words)

 Occupations: census returns for 1851, 1861 and 1871
Occupations: census returns for 1851, 1861 and 1871
The occupations in the 1851 Census are rank order of the numbers employed; the figures for 1861 and 1871 follow the original order, for comparison purposes.
Some occupations are re-named, others are put into different categories over this thirty year period; some occupations did disappear.
www.victorianweb.org /history/census.html   (117 words)

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