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Biography of Charles Sumner

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Birthname: Charles Sumner


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1811 - Born on the 6th of January in Boston. 1833 - Graduate of Harvard Law School.

1852 - His long service as a U. S.

senator from Massachusetts, however, that Charles Sumner exercised his major influence on history. 1856 - On the 19th and 20th of May, Charles Sumner denounced the “Crime against Kansas” as “in every respect a swindle” and characterized its authors, Senators Andrew P.

Butler and Stephen A. Douglas, as myrmidons of slavery.

1861 - Sumner was chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.          - Charles Sumner helped preserve peace between Britain and the United States by persuading President Lincoln to give up Confederate commissioners James M.

Mason and John Slidell after their capture aboard the “Trent” in November.

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