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Alabama, State before Nov 6, 1860 - Jan 11, 1861
Alabama, Seceded State Jan 11, 1861 - Mar 13, 1861
Alabama, CS State Mar 13, 1861 - May 1, 1865
Alabama, Occupied State May 1, 1865 - after Jun 25, 1865

Andrew B. Moore US/CS Governor, before Nov 6, 1860 - Dec 2, 1861

Alabama election results: Douglas 13618 15.1%, Bell 27835 30.9%, Breckinridge 48669 54%, Nov 6, 1860

Alabama seceded from the Union, Jan 11, 1861
CS Dept. of Number One created included southern Louisiana southern Mississippi and southern Alabama, May 27, 1861
CS Dept. Number Two created included areas adjacent to the Tennessee and Mississippi rivers, Jun 25, 1861
CS Dept. Number Two boundaries defined, Jul 4, 1861
Southern Alabama detached from Dept. of Number One, Sep 12, 1861
CS Dept. of Alabama and West Florida created Dept. of West Florida discontinued and absorbed Alabama included, Oct 14, 1861
John G. Shorter CS Governor, Dec 2, 1861 - Dec 1, 1863

US Dept. of The Gulf created including coastal Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama, Feb 23, 1862
Remainder of Alabama included in CS Dept. of Number Two, Jul 2, 1862

Streight's Raid in Alabama and Georgia, Apr 26, 1863 - May 3, 1863
Days Gap, battle, Apr 30, 1863
Thomas H. Watts CS Governor, Dec 1, 1863 - May 1, 1865

Athens, battle, Jan 26, 1864
CS Dept. of Alabama and East Mississippi created CS Dept. of Mississippi and East Louisiana discontinued and absorbed Alabama transferred from Dept. of Tennessee, Jan 28, 1864
Areas in Alabama transferred from CS Dept. of Alabama and East Mississippi to Dept. of Tennessee, Mar 25, 1864
Operations in Mobile Bay , Jul 28, 1864 - Aug 23, 1864
Mobile Bay, battle, Aug 5, 1864
Franklin-Nashville Campaign, Sep 18, 1864 - Dec 27, 1864
Decatur, battle, Oct 26, 1864 - Oct 29, 1864

Mobile Campaign, Mar 17, 1865 - Apr 12, 1865
Wilsonís Raid in Alabama and Georgia, Mar 22, 1865 - May 9, 1865
Spanish Fort, siege, Mar 27, 1865 - Apr 8, 1865
Selma, engagement, Apr 2, 1865
Selma, US occupation, Apr 2, 1865
Fort Blakely, siege and capture, Apr 2, 1865 - Apr 9, 1865
Spanish Fort, capture, Apr 8, 1865
CS Governor Watts removed, May 1, 1865
Citronelle, Richard Taylor and Nathan B. Forrest surrender, May 4, 1865
CS Dept. of Alabama and East Mississippi Surrendered, May 4, 1865
Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Florida transferred from US Depts. Of the Cumberland South and Mississippi to Dept. of The Gulf, May 17, 1865
Lewis E. Parsons US Provisional Governor, Jun 21, 1865 - after Jun 25, 1865