Second Military District
The Second Military District was a military district of the U.S. War Department that existed in the American South during the Reconstruction era that followed the American Civil War. It included the territories of North and South Carolina, and acted as the de facto military government of those states while a new civilian government was being re-established. Originally commanded by General Daniel E. Sickles, after his removal by President Andrew Johnson on August 26, 1867, General Edward Canby took his place.
- "Full Organization Authority Record: War Department. Second Military District. (03/11/1867 - 07/28/1868)". U.S National Archives. Retrieved 2013-04-03.
See also 
- First Military District (Virginia)
- Third Military District (Georgia, Alabama and Florida)
- Fourth Military District (Arkansas and Mississippi)
- Fifth Military District (Texas and Louisiana)
- Military District of Georgia
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