On April 20, in Evergreen, Salter enlisted as a private in Co. E, 4th Alabama Infantry. His right arm was amputated at the Battle of Gettysburg, and the bone from his arm is on display in the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D. After his discharge, he went to work for the U. Salter died in and is buried in Old Evergreen Cemetery. May 20, - North Carolina became the 11th state to secede from the Union.
May 20, — During the Civil War, the state of Kentucky proclaimed its neutrality, which would last until Sept. May 20, — During the 1942) War, an act was committed on this day which, in later days, would no doubt set off a media frenzy of unprecedented proportions, not to mention a legal and constitutional crisis.
At a prearranged time in the middle of the afternoon every U. Marshall in the North went to pay a visit on the local telegraph office. There the marshals confiscated every single telegram which had been sent for the past year. The intent was to ferret out spies or suspicious patterns of messages. The act allowed an adult over the age of 21, male or female, to claim acres of land from the public domain.
The Union demonstration against Kinston, North Carolina began. The siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi entered its second day. Joseph Bailey had rescued the waterborne side of the Red River Expedition earlier when he built a dam which raised the water level and allowed his ships to pass some rapids. On this day, he helped out the army of Union Gen. Nathaniel Banks, rigging a bridge out of a large number of steamships anchored and lashed side-by-side.
Once the armies passed over this walkway to the side of the river they were officially supposed to be on, the ill-fated Red River Expedition was officially over at last. May 20, - President Lincoln signed the legislation creating the Official Records.
May 20, — The people of unincorporated Greenville, Ala. John B. Lewis was elected the first Mayor of the City of Greenville. May 20, - The first bloodshed of the miners' strike occurred when a strike breaker was killed by striking miners near Birmingham, Ala.
In their first show of industrial strength and discontent, 8, Alabama miners left the job in April The strike was over by August, as the powerful coal companies prevailed with the help of the State Militia and leased convicts.
May 20, - The George W. Thomas J. Emmons was re-elected commander, and Capt. Thomas S. Wiggins was chosen adjutant. Thomas A. Nettles and J. Grace were picked as delegates to the annual reunion on June at Louisville, Ky. Watson and N. Stallworth were picked as alternates. May 20, - Rev. Fletcher filled his regular appointment on this Sunday at Mt. A large congregation attended. May 20, — The final day of commencement exercises at the Agricultural School in Evergreen were scheduled begin on this Thursday morning at 10 a.
Gamble of Greenville delivering the literary address. That night the graduating exercises were scheduled At Last (May 20 occur, closing out the 14 th annual session of the school. The graduating exercises and awarding of diplomas was to take place in the chapel that night. We've performed the most in-depth research possibile on May 20,here's what our experts found out: it was Wednesdayunder the sign of Taurus see zodiac on May 20, The US president was Franklin D.
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