Letter To Lincoln's Inaugural Address Analysis

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It has been a long time since I had the opportunity of writing to you, and I gladly avail myself of the present opportunity. I am not sure if this letter is going to be at your hands but I will write you a few words now that I have the chance. I want to you to know that I am among the living Greets my children from me. Tell Marco that he has to be strong. Tell him that I will be back to play again and explore the mountains as I promised the day I left to war. Tell my little princess when I come back first thing we are going to do is go buy the puppy she loved. Tell them that I love them and miss them so much. There are too many things that happened in these years but things turn dark to light. Lincoln’s inauguration was on March 4, 1861, seven states have been seceded, and the Confederate States of America has been formally established, with Jefferson Davis as its elected president. When Lincoln took possession of his office, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas were formed in the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis as president, proclaiming their secession from the Union, Lincoln declared illegal act in his inaugural address.
The first act of war was to assault the Confederate garrison of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. The
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We are too busy here. The post office is having a lot of problems with all of this civil war. They are not sending too much letters because is dangerous for the mail man. Also Mr Lincoln told us to be focus on the war and ask us to do not be very involucrate with all of these letters. There are a lot of soldiers that also wanted to send their letters we are just waiting to be safe. I just want to let you know that everything is okay. This is the second year war. Mr. Lincoln announced the Emancipation Proclamation, which gave freedom to all slaves in areas still controlled by the Confederacy. This happened last week, exactly on January

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