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Brother Against Brother: The War Begins

by William C. Davis

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"The Southern people, driven to the wall, have no remedy but that of political independence. Forbearance has not only ceased to be a virtue, but has become absolute cowardice."
- NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT, December 17, 1860

Nothing could keep Edmund Ruffin away from the secession convention.
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Virginia's Tidewater planters tended to be Episcopalians. According to an old local saying, there were many ways to go to heaven, but a gentleman would choose the Episcopalian way.
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Discusses the events leading to the civil war, from the South Carolina secession convention to the fighting at Fort Sumter.

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