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1863 ends quietly, with mostly words

December 30, 2013
By LARRY HARDMAN , Special to the Tribune Chronicle

The month of December was a very quiet month for hostilities. However, there were many items before the Congress in regards to the war. In early December President Lincoln issued his Amnesty Proclamation and it had stirred a lengthy debate in both the North and the South.



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