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dates for 12/11

dateworld or usaevent(s)
1854 USA Congress passes the Kansas-Nebraska Act
1860 USA Abraham Lincoln is elected as president
1861 World Czar Alexander frees surfs in Russia; Italy unifies under King Victor Emmanuel II
1862 World Imperial decrees expels foreigners from Japan
1863 USA Union forces win the Battle of Gettysburg
1864 World First International Workingmen's Association is established, and Karl Marx becomes its leader
1865 USA 13th Amendment abolishes slavery; Lee surrenders to Grant at Appomattox Court House, ending the Civil War
1868 USA 14th Amendment extends full citizenship to African Americans
1870 USA 15th Amendment guarantees voting rights for African Americans
1877 USA Rutherford B. Hayes becomes president and Reconstruction ends
1850 USA Congress passes the Compromise of 1850
Created by: lightsy