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- #otd October 13, 1864, a new state constitution was put to the people of Maryland for ratification. Its narrow passage, only made possible with the addition of votes from Union soldiers from the battlefront, abolished slavery in the state as of November 1, 1864. It also politically disenfranchised those who stood with the Confederacy, a provision that would be withdrawn with the ratification of the Constitution of 1867, the current constitution. Image from The Valley Register, October 21, 1864, accessed from Crossroads of War. #civilwarmd #maryland #history #civilwar
- #otd October 13, 1864, a new state constitution was put to the people of Maryland for ratification. Its narrow passage, only made possible with the addition of votes from Union soldiers from the battlefront, abolished slavery in the state as of November 1, 1864. It also politically disenfranchised those who stood with the Confederacy, a provision that would be withdrawn with the ratification of the Constitution of 1867, the current constitution. Image from The Valley Register, October 21, 1864, accessed from Crossroads of War. #civilwarmd #maryland #history #civilwar
- #otd October 13, 1864, a new state constitution was put to the people of Maryland for ratification. Its narrow passage, only made possible with the addition of votes from Union soldiers from the battlefront, abolished slavery in the state as of November 1, 1864. It also politically disenfranchised those who stood with the Confederacy, a provision that would be withdrawn with the ratification of the Constitution of 1867, the current constitution. Image from The Valley Register, October 21, 1864, accessed from Crossroads of War. #civilwarmd #maryland #history #civilwar
- #onthisday October 4, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln came to Frederick to visit the wounded from the Battle of Antietam. He made a brief speech at the B&O Railroad Station, which is now the Frederick Community Action Agency. Find more of the history that took place on the streets of Frederick in our latest Bugle Call blog post from Allison Duvall, "On This Corner: Lincoln and Lee." Link in our profile. #frederick #downtownfrederick #civilwarmd #history #maryland #architecture #preservation
- #onthisday October 4, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln came to Frederick to visit the wounded from the Battle of Antietam. He made a brief speech at the B&O Railroad Station, which is now the Frederick Community Action Agency. Find more of the history that took place on the streets of Frederick in our latest Bugle Call blog post from Allison Duvall, "On This Corner: Lincoln and Lee." Link in our profile. #frederick #downtownfrederick #civilwarmd #history #maryland #architecture #preservation
- #onthisday October 4, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln came to Frederick to visit the wounded from the Battle of Antietam. He made a brief speech at the B&O Railroad Station, which is now the Frederick Community Action Agency. Find more of the history that took place on the streets of Frederick in our latest Bugle Call blog post from Allison Duvall, "On This Corner: Lincoln and Lee." Link in our profile. #frederick #downtownfrederick #civilwarmd #history #maryland #architecture #preservation

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