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Period 6 brandi b Civil War
Transcript of Period 6 brandi b Civil War
The Emancipation Proclamation issued by president Lincon on January 1st,1863. It declared slaves to be free in the states that were still in rebellion. Why we fight?:
In 1861 to 1865 there was tention between the nation. First there was economic and social differences between the North and the South. There was fighting between Slave and Non-slave in the North and South. And the election of Abraham Lincon.
http://americanhistory.about.com/od/civilwarmenu/a/cause_civil_war.htm Lincon in the War:
The prospective changed because it was said as that he only accepted the war to save the union. 4 slaves joined the Union and 4 had stayed in the union. Then the Civil war had begun.
http://americancivilwar.com/north/abe_lincoln.html Missouri Compromise (1820):
The Missouri Comprimise was that slavery would be banned in territories contained within the area of the Louisiana Purchase. It would be admitted to the union as a slave state. Fugitive Slave Act (1850):
The Law required citizens including the ones in free states to assist in returning escaped slaves and denied jury trials to fugitive slaves. Dred Scott (1857):
The U.s supreme court declared that all blacks; slave free too could never become citizens of the United States. Comprimise of 1850:
California would be able to become a slave state. if you live in that state you can decide if you want your state to be a slave state or not. Lincon's Assassination (April 15, 1865):
Abraham Lincon was attending a performance when John wilkes shot him in the head from the presidential box.
April 9th, 1865; the civil war ended
A river flowing from Virgina to James River
Lee's surrender of Grant Bull Run (1863):
When northerners were routed at Bull Run, Federal capital were captured on the battlefield. Bull Run (1863):
When northerners were captured at Bull Run, federal capital were captured on the battle field.