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Period 6 Rhea Civil War

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Tyler Rhea

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Civil War <{O.o}> North South Population 5 Million
31 Million <>o'-'o<> "PIKA" Climate Warm Summers Cold Winters Short Growing Season Very Rapid Population Growth RHEASIAN Life Massive Immigration Dancing
Card Playing
Theater Dominated by middle class and industrial elite
Transportation Great Railroad network
Better transportation than South 88000 miles of surfaced roads Cities Large Businesses Centers of Commerce Economy Small Farms Industries Manufacturing Trade Iron Textiles Lumber Furs Mining TYLER West Korean Climate Warm, Sunny, Humid Summers Mild Winters Heavy Rainfalls Population 12 Million 1/3 Slaves 25% slave owners
Economy Cotton Rice, Tobbaco, and Sugar Agriculture Cash Crops Baby Transportation Smaller RR network
Life Fox Hunting Dancing Horse Racing Cock Fights Controlled by small planter elite
Cities Small Cities Lived on Farms Towns on river banks VOCAB Abolitionists Plantation Federalism Free-Soil Party Segregation Union Share Cropping Frederick Douglass Missouri Compromise Confederacy Abe Lincoln John Wilkes Booth Emancipation Proclamation Secession Sectionalism Compromise of 1850 Fugitive Slave Law Border States Ulysses S. Grant Compromise 1877 Dred Scott Decision Black Codes WAZZUP Timeline a person who favors the abolition The United States separation of races A Party that Opposed The Extension on SlaverY system of government in which power is divided between
a central authority and constituent political units a usually large farm or estate Farming ex-slave, abolitionist, and orator 16th president of the U.S group of 11 Southern states that seceded from the United States an act of Congress (1820) by which Missouri was admitted as a slave state, Maine as a free state To Secede assassin of Abraham Lincoln consists of two executive orders issued by United States President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War declared that all runaway slaves be brought back to their masters excessive regard for sectional or local interests the slave states of Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri, which refused to secede from the Union set of laws, passed in the midst of fierce wrangling between groups favoring slavery and groups opposing it, that attempted to give something to both sides 18th president of the U.S. 186977: Union general in the Civil War an informal, unwritten deal that settled the disputed 1876 U.S. Presidential election changed the definition of property any code of law that defined and esp. limited therights of former slaves after the Civil War FlowChart Economy Bleeding Kansas Missouri Compromise 1820 1860 Election 1860 Fort Sumter 1861 Bull Run 1861 Emancipation Proclamation 1863 Appotmattox 1865 Lincoln Assassination 1865 13th, 14th, 15th Amendment 1865, 1868, 1870 Compromise of 1877 1877 Constitution 1787 Timeline Timeline Timeline Timeline Timeline Timeline Timeline Timeline 13th Amendment- Abolished Slavery in 1865
14th Amendment- Declared former slaves to be citizens with full civil rights
15th Amendment- Grants voting rights regardless of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude -Shot at Ford's Theater -Shot by John Wilkes Booth -Shot 5 Days after War -Lincoln was going to be nice to the South -Booth was to Save the South -Lincoln Looked for and found Commander Grant -Lincoln Reelected -Grant Believed in Total War -South led by General Lee -Grant Invaded Virginia with 100000 men -South Surrenders -Northerners attack the south -Smash Victory for the South -Motivated the South and gave them Confidence -South shows that they can Kick @** -The south were Warned -Kick Started the Civil War -Great way to start a war -North and South are evenly matched -No deaths -Bombardment -Bloodless Battle -Abraham Vs. Douglas -South Feared the end of Slavery -Abraham=Republican -Wasnt on Ballot in 10 states -caused Disrupt -South forms CSA -Confederate states of America -allowed Missouri to be admitted as the 24th state in 1821 -One slave state and one free state -ease tensions between the North and South -worked for 34 years -allowed Missouri admission as a slave state and Maine as a free state -Lincoln believed that slaves should be emancipated -they would be freed gradually -tried to win over legistators -Lincoln presented the Emancipation Proclamation -The Emancipation Proclamation did not free all slaves in the United States -declared free only those slaves living in states not under Union control -The proclamation allowed black soldiers to fight for the Union -Signed 1863 Jan. 1st -Cripple the South -Democrat and Republican Parties Made a deal -the Democrats agreed to give Hayes victory on the presidental election -Hayes agreed to remove the remaining federal troops from southern states -opened the way for Democrats to regain control of southern politics -marked the end of Reconstruction -Made Slavery O.K. -SlaverY seen as state issue -North Attempts to limit Slavery -Slave Trade until 1868 Violence Kansas had competing
Governments No Slavery=Less deaths
of Abolitionists South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture South Based on Agriculture Large Plantations Large Plantations Large Plantations Large Plantations North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor North Prefers Manual Labor large plantations Large Plantations Large
BabY Federalism Southerners saw slavery as a right for each state to decide Distrust for powerful Federal Gov't Afraid it Might end slavery Federal Gov't V.S. States Rights LIGHT SABER Manifest Destiny South wanted to expand Slavery Westward Social South North Wealth measured with land/slaves Wealth measured with hard Labor Missouri Compromise No Slavery=No Slave State African Americans South North Tried to Stop Slavery Blacks Still Segregated Very Few Free blacks Why We Fight Lincoln During The War Lincoln was the president during the civil war.
Which makes him a war president. During the war,
Lincoln saw 620,000 americans die. How did the
Americans get killed? By other Americans, that's
horrible. He viewed the Confederates as traitors,
rebels, etc. Even so, after the North won the war,
he was going to kind to them. Sadly though, 5 days
after the war ended, he was shot at Ford's theatre.
The man who shot him was John Wilkes Booth. Short Term Consequences Reconstruction Amendments Reconstruction was basically helping
to rebuild the south and to allow
them back into the Union. They did it
because slavery had to be abolished,
African Americans needed to be
protected, and to create a new
gov't, republican control. 1865-1877 13th Amendment- Abolilished Slavery... 1865
14th Amendment- declared former slave to be
citizens with full civil rights... 1868
15th Amendment- grants voting rights regardless
to race, color, or previous condition of servitude... 1870 Long Term effects of the Civil War Share Cropping Black Codes Jim Crow -Divided land into small plots -Helped Plantations without slaves -Forced in Debts -New segregation acts -Showed how silly segregation
was getting -Hanging of Black Americans -Limit rights of freedmen -Help planters replace
Their slaves Keep Freedmen at the bottom
of the social order in the
South Work Cited http://www.salon.com/books/review/2005/01/12/lincoln/story.jpg

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