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Venn Diagram of American Revolution Books

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Transcript of Venn Diagram of American Revolution Books

The Civil War effected everyone
“Had Europe and America not come together through Columbus or some other connection, the industrial Revolution would never had happened in the way we know it” (59)
"Today the agricultural experimentation that began many centuries ago in the Andes continues at the International Potato Institute, located in the suburbs of Lima" (77)
"Columbus arrived in the New World in 1492, but America has yet to be discovered" (255)
“One of those crops, the American Indian potato made a big change of the people and their animal's diet, and it also caused the nightmare in their economy” (41).
He talks about the achievement of American foods in solving the problem of starvation throughout the Europe (p. 70)
“Even though the Indians made possible the greatest economic boom in the history of the world and even though this boom gave rise to the great capitalist world economy, they still languish in poverty.” (18)
“Southerners also adapted the custom of barbecuing food. The custom of basting fish and large pieces of meat with a special sauce and cooking them over an outdoor fire was adapted first from the Taino Indians of the island of Hispaniola.” (109)
“In a radical break with Old World tradition, the emerging government of the US emulated the Iroquois tradition of admitting new states as members rather than keeping them as colonies.” (139)
“But to find the Indian gold one must look not in the banks and museums of America but in the banks, museums, and churches of Europe.” (10)
“The Americans followed the Iroquois precedent of always providing for ways to remove leaders when necessary, but the founding fathers saw no reason to follow the example of the Iroquois in granting women the right to vote or any other major role in the political structure.” (139)




1. “President Abraham Lincoln had every right to be hopeful as inauguration day, March 4, approached in 1865. The Confederacy was splintered, if not shattered.” Page #20
2. “Yet, if God wills that it continue, until all the wealth piled by the bondman’s two hundred and fifty years of unrequited toil shall be sunk, and until every drop of blood drawn with the lash, shall be paid by another drawn with the sword, as was said three thousand years ago, so still must be said ‘the judgment of the Lord, are true and righteous altogether.’” –Abraham Lincoln Page # 150
3. “ Both parties deprecated war; but one of them would make war rather than let the nation survive; and the other would accept war rather than let it perish. And the war came.” –Abraham Lincoln Page # 60
4. “ Lincoln asked his fellow Kentuckians if he could make ‘a little speech’ about why he felt obligated to change from his inaugural promise not to interfere with slavery to his course of action leading to the Emancipation Proclamation.” Page # 81
5. “ In the days before March 4, 1865, in a federal government that was only seventy-six years old, American as well as foreign newspapers much commented that this would be the first time in thirty-two years that a president would be inaugurated for a second term.” Page # 43
6. “ Lincoln would ask his audience to think with him about the cause and meaning of the war.” Page # 59
7. “Lincoln’s economic purpose for America was the right of every person to rise. Slavery threatened the American dream.” Page # 89
8. “ In every speech after 1854 Lincoln spoke against slavery, but at the same time he felt committed to and restrained by the Constitution.” Page # 91
9. “ Although toward the end of the Civil War Lincoln expressed his appreciation for Garrison’s courage, his quarrel with the abolitionists was that their rhetoric inflamed and thus polarized the public.” Page # 92
10. “ Overwhelmed by the decisions and the death toll of the Civil War, Lincoln saw that the issues at hand would not be solved by either emancipation or armistice. As the war drew to a close, Lincoln offered his sermon as the prism through which he himself strained to see the light of God. The refractions from that prism point to judgment and hope.” Page # 203


“Linda’s master said she was made for his use, made to obey his command in everything…..”Pg. 23
“Linda’s grandma replaced her shoes with a new pair. When she walked through Mrs. Flints floor the cracking refined her nerves and she was told to take them off…” Pg. 21
“Benjamin Linda’s brother was whipped because he did not obey his masters orders. Ben and his master fought and he threw
his master…..”pg. 24
“Linda we are treated like dogs, footballs cattle everything that is mean….”Pg. 25
“Ben escaped from his master, but was caught and put into chains. He escaped again but was captured back to his
master….”Pg. 25
“Be humble my child and your master will forgive you”. “Forgive me for what, not letting him treat me like a dog….”Pg. 27
“Lind’s brother Benjamin was bought for $300 at the age of 20 years old….”Pg. 28
“When Benjamin was sick his face turned pale white and he was treated better like he wasn’t a slave…”Pg. 29
“Ben said life was worth something now, and it would be hard to die…”Pg. 30
Ben is now a freeman “If I die, thank God, I shall die a freeman!!!Pg. 30

A lot of Native Americans fought in the Civil War
They used a lot of Native American Tactics in the Civil war
The soldiers ate a lot of Native american food during the war
Everyone fought in the war
Both treated as outcasts
They had a big contribution to the creation of the US
Both had unequal rights
Abraham Lincoln was against slavery
All the slaves hoped that Lincoln would win again
Lincoln targeted this war to be about slavery
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