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Uploaded on Sep 18, 2010
Northern and Southern states had joined together to form the voluntary Union after the War for Independence, although both realized there were many differences between North and South. But the differences grew over the next 70 years. When the big government candidate Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860 without receiving a majority of the vote, Georgia Governor Brown called for a convention on November 13, 1860 at the state capitol in Milledgeville to consider secession.