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Another year in the field of Lincoln scholarship has passed. Yet, judging from the following bibliography, the scholarship goes on unabated.
CARPENTER, Francis Bicknell (artist, 1830-1900). - Frederick W. HALPIN (1805-1880, engraver).
Secession, the withdrawal of part of a country or state from the central government's control.
Printer-friendly version William Faulkner famously wrote, “The past is never dead.
by James Ostrowski* Paper delivered at the first-ever academic conference on secession--"Secession, State, and Economy", sponsored by the Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama, held at the College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, April 7-9, 1995.
Background Many historians call the Civil War the central event in U.S. history. The formation of the Constitution corrected the autonomy of individual states that the Articles of Confederation did not harness.