Mississippi finally outlawed slavery after a technicality that left the ratification of the 13th Amendment unofficial. The state thought it had finished the ratification in 1995, still a long time after the federal government presented it in 1864. Patrick Jones has the details and explains how the movie "Lincoln" played a role in getting everything sorted out in the state.
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