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Period 6 Keslie Civil War

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Slavery Civil War Economic Dred Scott Sectionalism Federalism Constitution Civil War
Timeline Fort Sumter Confederacy Forms Constitution Compromise of 1877 1860 Election
Bull Run Missouri Compromise Lincoln Assassination Emancipation Proclamation Civil War Amendments 13, 14, 15 Written in 1787, the
Constitution was our new form government; it replaced the Articles of
Confederation. In it there is an amendment that says the Constitution could not be amended until 1808, and slavery had to exist until at least 1808. The Missouri Compromise
is a compromise that allowed
Missouri to become a slave state if Maine became a free state. The 1860 Election was the Presidential election
that President Lincoln won. He beat out Democrat
candidate Stephen Douglas, and two others for
President. He was able to win because the Democrats
were spilt between 3 candidates. Lincoln didn't
support slavery, Douglas did. Fort Sumter was where the first battle of the Civil War took place. After South Carolina suceeded the U.S. they demanded for U.S. troops to leave Fort Sumter. The U.S. refused and the first shots of the Civil War were fired. After Fort Sumter, 7 other states
declared their secessions as well.
Together they formed the Confederacy
to keep slavery in our nation and fought
agains the Union in the Civil War. The first battle of the Civil War
that actually caused people to be
aware of our Civil War and to care.
The Confederacy beat the Union, and
about 5,000 men died, about 3,000
were Union soldiers. A document that President Lincoln
wrote freeing the slaves of slave
states that weren't rebel states.
It started the long process of
ridding our country of slavery and
sectionalism and segregation
towards African-Americans. The assissination of our great
President Lincoln. He was shot in
the head while he was in Ford's
Theater,by John Wilkes Booth. Lincoln
died the next day in a house across the
street from the theater. This was just
days after the Confederacy surrendered. These amendments were added to the Constitution just right
after the Civil War. The 13th Amendment abolishes slavery, the
14th Amendment includes Equal Protection, Due Process, and
Privileges and Immunities Clauses, and the 15th Amendment
makes sure that every man has the right to vote. This compromise was written to allow another Republican become
THe new POTUS instead of a Democrat, if a democrat was put into the
Cabinet, all troops were removed from former Confederate states,
another transconitnental railroad was built, and it was legalized to help
industrialize the South. It countinued to help rebuild our country. 1877 1787 1820 1860 1860 1861 1861 1862-63 1865 1865-70 Vocabulary Abolitionists: People who wanted to abolish slavery. Sectionalism: Union: Segregation: Fredrick Douglass: Dred Scott Decision: Compromise of 1850: Confederacy: Fugitive Slave Law: Federalism: States Rights: Border States: Haebeas Corpus: Abraham Lincoln: John Wilkes Booth: Gettysburg Address: Secession: Rights that weren't given to the states, but not given to the Nat'l Gov't. The Northern region that fought against slavery in the Civil War. The Southern region that fought for slavery in the civil war. Slaves states (Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri) who refused to secede the U.S. The withdrawl of 11 slaves states between 1860-61 to form the COnferacy. A speech made by President Lincoln at a cemetary dedication. The right that a person must have a trial before being arrested. The federal/national principal of government. The 16th POTUS and led the Union in the Civil War. Assassinated President Lincoln shortly after the Civil War ended. A Compromise made to keep free States and Slave States equal. The decision to deny Dred Scott (a black slave) freedom when he sued for it and slaves couldn't sue b/c they weren't citizens. A law that forced all slaves who escaped to freedom, were to be brought back to their previous masters. A slave who escaped from slavery, and became an influential person in the North. The separation of blacks and whites in the U.S. in everywhere from schools to water fountains. People going against their country for their beliefs and practices. North vs. South North
Industrial economy
No slavery
Blacks were equals
Whites were racist towards blacks South Agricultural economy
Slavery
Blacks had no rights
Whites were extremely racist towards blacks Civil War &
Reconstruction Constitution Amendments 13,14,15,19,26 Discrimination Slavery Ended Women & Minority Rights Sectionalism Segregation Suffrage/Right to vote Emancipation Proclamation Purpose To start to abolish slavery, w/o causing
any other states from seceding or rebeling Context A written document to free some of the slaves Effects Freed some of the southern slaves, but didn't
get rid of slavery completely Short Term Effects Long Term Effects Putting our country back together, and reuniting
the United States. Also making everyone equal
and have the same rights. Racism in our nation even still today, and discrimination up until about the 1960's. Lincoln in the War He rid our country of slavery
and changed the perspective
of country, and eventually
rid our country of a lot of
racism. THE END!! by Keslie Easton Mr. Finch
Period 6 April 26, 2010 Civil War PREZI !!!!
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