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  1. November 6 – 1860 United States presidential election: Abraham Lincoln elected president and Hannibal Hamlin vice president with only 39% of the vote in a four man race. December 18 – Crittenden Compromise fails. December 20 – President Buchanan fires his cabinet. December 20 – South Carolina secedes from the Union.

  2. 06/12/2021 · November 6 – 1860 United States presidential election: Abraham Lincoln elected president and Hannibal Hamlin vice president with only 39% of the vote in a four man race. December 18 – Crittenden Compromise fails. December 20 – President Buchanan fires his cabinet. December 20 – South Carolina secedes from the Union

  3. The existence and dating of some of these periods is debated by historians. Plantation era (c. 1700–c. 1860) First Great Awakening (1730s–1740s) American Revolution (1775–1783) Second Great Awakening (c. 1800–c. 1840) First-wave feminism (19th century–early 20th century) Manifest Destiny (c. 1812–c. 1860) Era of Good Feelings (c. 1817–c. 1825)

  4. This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Timeline of United States history (1860–1899), and is written by contributors. Text is available under a CC BY-SA 4.0 International License; additional terms may apply. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.

  5. 1820 – Massachusetts divided in two with the admission of Maine as a state. 1820 – U.S. presidential election, 1820: James Monroe reelected president unopposed, Daniel D. Tompkins reelected vice president. 1821 – President Monroe and Vice President Tompkins begin second terms. 1821 – Missouri becomes a state.

  6. November 6 – 1860 United States presidential election: Abraham Lincoln elected president and Hannibal Hamlin vice president with only 39% of the vote in a four man race. December 18 – Crittenden Compromise fails. December 20 – President Buchanan fires his cabinet. December 20 – South Carolina secedes from the Union