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Lincolns Other Emancipation: Repeal of General Grants 1862 General Order 11 Mel Meckler

Lincolns Other Emancipation: Repeal of General Grants 1862 General Order 11

Mel Meckler

Published February 26th 2014
ISBN : 9781482520897
Paperback
62 pages
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General Ulysses S. Grant was responsible trade licenses among his other duties as commander of The Department of Tennessee, a military district large areas of captured within Mississipppi, Tennessee, and Kentucky during the American Civil War. He hadMoreGeneral Ulysses S. Grant was responsible trade licenses among his other duties as commander of The Department of Tennessee, a military district large areas of captured within Mississipppi, Tennessee, and Kentucky during the American Civil War. He had become angered with an extensive black market in cotton trading with distorted costs and b-passed prior U.S. Treasury regulations then in place for essential cotton trades between Union and Confederate enemies. He came to believe that the subject black market was mainly controlled by unprincipled licensed licensed Jewish traders and decided on his own to issue General Order No. 11 comprising a set of instructions that called for an over-reaching expulsion of all Jews living in his war zone.