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Period 6 Senethong

Civil War
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Pamala Bieber

on 29 April 2010

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CIVIL WAR SOUTH
Economy based on Agriculture NORTH Transportation steamships
Population made up by mostly Europeans and enslaved Africans 12 million people 1/3 slaves 25% slave owners railroads Climate warm sunny mild great growing place Culture very few schools/churches no free blacks long distance transportation more slave use than the north mostly everyone lived on farms grew cotton, tobacco, rice, sugar cane, and indigo Population 31 million massive immagration 5-31 million people were Irish and German Economy based on many different industries included
shipping
textiles
lumber
furs
mining large business Transportation canals were a cheap source better than south centres of commerce big cities rail lines Climate schools/churches warm snowy short growing season Culture many Northeners were protestant believers free blacks Vocabulary South saw slavery as the right of each state to decide distrust for governmant state. WHY WE FIGHT? Lincoln in the War Emancipation Proclamation Effects of Civil War Long Term Short Term Purpose CITED SOURCES Civil War 1860 Slavery allowed in the Constitution 1787 Missouri Compromise Slavery would not spread any further in the US. Bleeding Kansas Pro slavery people and anti slavery people moved to kansas and then it turned violent. Trail of Tears Federalism Economy They were great for economy because they made a lot of money off of cotton. Social Blacks and free blacks were treated unequal and faced segergatio. They were discriminated. African Americans Allowed segergation in the North and had a very cruel and harsh life in the South. provoke rebellion by slaves in the South restore peace and Union control during the Civil War Effects freed a few slaves Major causes of Civil War economic and social differences between North and South Civil War Amendments:
13th Amendment- end of slavery in 1865
14th Amendment- allowed African Americans to be citizens in the US 15th Amendment- allowed Africans Americans to vote Reconstruction: What When Why rebuilding the south the south could rejoin America fulfil Lincoln's dream dream mentioned in 1865 ended in 1877 republican control protect African American Share Cropping: What: to divide the farms to workers and owners How it's similar to slavery: people are still working for their owners, like slaves Jim Crow: Effects: segergation was caused Connections to end of Reconstruction: lead to Jim Crow's Law and hanging of blacks Black Codes: Purposes: limit rights of freemen helped planters find replacements for slaves keep freemen of social order fight between abolitionist and people who wanted slaves the growth of the Abolition Movement election of Abraham Lincoln Catalyst Slavery was a catalyst because slavery was a main reason that led to the Civil War. The South wanted slavery and the North didn't and the goverment couldn't come to a law, so it went to war. The Civil War was a big event that happend and that's why it's a catalyst not a cause. Definition:
something that causes an important event to happen end slavery disrupted the agircultural economies in the States forming the Confederate States of America as slaves fled the plantations collapsing the Condfederate States of America Context when: January 1st, 1863 who: Abraham Lincoln what: Lincoln declared abolishment of slavery slavery wasn't abolished in the South, it was still under Union control Leadership started the Emancipation Proclamation ran for senate debated with Douglass won the election of 1860 Perspective became more powerful wanted to put an end to slavery Emancipation Proclamation led to the Gettysburg Address respected the soldiers who faught in the Civil War http://abrahamlincolnfunfacts.com/images/Abraham_Lincoln.jpg http://rhapsodyinbooks.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/emancipationproclamationdec.jpg http://students.brown.edu/INDY/archives/2005-10-27/images/slavery.gif http://volokh.com/files/jim-Slavery.map.gif Missouri Comporomise (1820) an agreement in 1820 between pro-slavery an anti-slavery factions in the US, extending slavery to new territories. Fort Sumter (April 12-13, 1861) http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rlz=1R2ADRA_enUS376&defl=en&q=define:missouri+compromise&ei=lbLXS47HLIygsgOQ5I2lBg&sa=X&oi=glossary_definition&ct=title&ved=0CAgQkAE an island fort in the harbor where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. 1860 Election (April) the democrats met in Charleston, South Carolina to select President for election. Abraham Lincoln debated with Douglass and Abraham won the election and became president. TIMELINE! Bull Run 1st (July 21, 1861): http://www.ushistory.org/us/32d.asp Fought near Manassas, Virginia, and was the first major land battle in the Civil War. Also known as the First Battle of Manassas and the Confederacy won. 2nd (August 29-30): Also know as the Second Battle of Manassas. It was waged by Confederare Gen. Robert Lee's Army against Union Maj. Gen. John Pope's army. Antietam (Spetember 17, 1862 Also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, fought in Maryland. It was the bloodies single day battle in American history. Gen. George B. Mclellan attacked Lee's army and 6,000 soilders were killed. Emancipation Proclamation (January 1st, 1863) Abraham Lincoln declared his abolishment of slavery, but some slaves were free but it didn't effect the south.It was to provoke rebellion by slaves in the South. Gettysburg Address (November 19, 1863) A speech Abraham Lincoln made of dedication to the soilders who fought at the Battle of Gettysburg. Appomattox (April 9, 1865) Confederate General Lee surrendered the the United States General Grant ending the Civil War. Lincoln's Assassination (April 14, 1865) It occured at a play, Fords Theatre, and John Booth shot Lincoln in the back of the head. Compromise of 1877 An unwritten deal that settled the disputed US Presidential Election and ended Congressional Reconsturction. It was another compromise to hold the United States together peacefully. Abolitionists: people who were against the idea of slavery Plantatioin a large farm that grows sugar cane, tobacco, coffee, cotton, etc. Free-Soil Party Segregation Federalism Secession Abraham Lincoln Union Black Codes Confederacy Gettysburg Address Sectionalism Fredrick Douglass Jefferson Davis Fugitive Slave Law seperation of different kinds of human or racial groups. An American abolitionist who escaped from slavery. a political party in the US in 1848 to oppose the extension of slavery to certain territories. a group of states or nations uniting into one political body. to withdraw from the United States. the 16th President of the United States, led the Union during the Civil War and declared the Emancipaton Proclamation, and assassinated by John Booth. a union of persons, paries, or states. a speech given by Abraham Lincoln in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, dedicated to the soilders who fought in the the Battle of Gettysburg. the social seperation of groups of people, especially by race. a political leader, a powerful cabinet officer, and he joined the Confederacy. a law passed by the United States Congress to provide for the return of slaves who escaped. laws passed by the southern states to limit the rights of African Americans. a political movement arising out with discontent with the Articles of Confederation. Felt the need to expand westward, moved indians west, also got a lot of different land from tryies.
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