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Period 6 De Witt Civil War

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Anja De Witt

on 26 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Slavery Missouri Compromise Economic Dred Scott Sectionalism Federalism Constitution Civil War Civil War Timeline North Against Slavery South For Slavery Didnt farm Comparisons of North and South Had factories instead plantations Farmed Had plantations instead of factories Both wanted to expand Both sides distrusted indians Constitution 1787 1791 ratified became law Finish Facts Allows slaves to be counted as 3/5th person for representation (H.R) Slave trade can exist untill at least 1808. Constitution cannot be amended untill 1808 to ban slavery. Evidence U.S Constitution Article I, Section 2 - 3/5th clause Article I, Section 9 - slaves trade Article IV - no slave banning amendment Emancipation Proclamation Order by Abraham Lincoln that freed slaves in rebel territories. Facts Doing as "Commander in-chief " to stop the war Border states are exempted to avoid neutral states rebelling U.S Constitution Lincoln In The War Facts Emancipation Proclamation Transcription by the President of the United States Abraham Lincoln -1858 Runs for senate Lincoln- Douglas debates shows he is morraly opposed to slavery House Divided speech * Lincoln states that " House divided can not stand..." * U.S must become all slaves or all free 1862 Emancipation Proclomation Nation at war, Lincoln has two goals 1. End war sooner 2. Start ending slavery, so the "Divided House" no longer exists (only way to lasting peace.) Reconstruction(1865-1877) Immediatly following war Goal was to rebuild South and bring slaves back into U.S. Also intended to help freedom become part of society/ use their citizenship Reconstruction:Phase one(23.2) 13th amendment President Johnson wanted to rejoin ASAP * Low standards/ didn't care if blacks were mistreated Freedman's Burea *Establishes to help former slaves use citizenship -Jobs, Education, Representation Black Codes * When states rejoined/ many white southerns took power and passed laws denying rights to blacks
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