#035 Secession of the Southern States, 1861

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Leading up to the U.S. Civil War, the Secession of the Southern States, 1861 was a very significant moment in U.S. history. Different shaded areas include: free states and territories, border states that remained in the Union, slave states that seceded before the attack on Fort Sumner, and slave states that seceded after the attack on Fort Sumner.

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All maps in this series meet US history curriculum requirements and are markable with a dry erase or water-soluble marker. Durably laminated maps measure 46″ x 32″ or 36″ x 48″.This product is ideal for public, private, parochial, and home schools.

Map is available with the following options:

  • Laminated: Laminated for protection on both sides. Use dry erase markers to write on & wipe off.
  • Spring roller: A Spring roller is applied to a Laminated map to turn it into a pull down map.
  • Spring roller/Backboard: Laminated map is attached to spring roller and we provide backboard and all components to mount map on wall.

Save money and space by mounting History Wall Maps together, as a set, on one spring roller-mounted wall map operation.
To create your custom wall map sets, please call 800-829-6277

+ Custom History Sets are available in sets of 2 to 8 maps.

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  • Width 46, Height 32
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