• What does your book say? Either way your teacher is going to want you to use capitalization.
  • In the 1860's?! He died in 1863. I'd say that for most of the 1860's, he was just chillin, not thinking about anything at all. From 1859-1861, he was governor of Texas, as it seceded from the USA, so, at least for a few months of the 1860's, I'd say that his "love" of the United States could not even be brought up without sarcasm.

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