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Prize Cases
also called 67 U.S. 635

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  1. (1862) - 67 U.S. 635 - was a case argued before the Supreme Court of the United States in 1862 during the American Civil War

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  2. The Supreme Court's decision declared constitutional the blockade of the Southern ports ordered by President Abraham Lincoln

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  3. The Supreme Court found the actions of President Lincoln constitutional

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  4. The opinion in the case was written by Supreme Court Justice Robert Cooper Grier

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  5. Facing the secession of several states from the Union and the possibility of open hostilities, Abraham Lincoln did not ask Congress to declare war on the Confederate States of America as he believed this would be tantamount to recognizing the Confede

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  6. The question before the court dealt with the seized ships

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