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civil war north south economy: industry and munufactures Economy: was based on agriculture population: 5 millon -13 million climate is warm sunny and great for growing, crops, cotton etc. climate: short growing season population: 12 million, 1/3 were slaves and 25% were slave owners cities; hfj cities: large buisnesses cities cities: were very small civil war time line 1787 was when the constitution was writen 3/5 of a person; slaver were counted constitution allowed slavery southern states saw slavery as a state issue slavery makes north and south very different presidential election , 1860 linclcon won with 40 percent of the votes most of the votes from the north. 10 states from the south didnt vote for him. show how divited the north and south were linclon was for slavery, and douglas was for slavery linclon was famous becasue he was against slavery norht and south slpit because of election fort sumter, 1860 senate commitee made its first meeting on december 20, 1860 lincoln would not interfere with slavery in the south lincoln tought that session was both wrong and unconstitutional on april12, they opened fort sumter the issuie that divided the nation would be decieded by war. bull run, 1861 hi!, norah was here!!! :) the battle was south carolina vs. virgina 2 coutries meet at a river called bull run troops would have not been so cheerfull had they known what was waiting for them victory for south vocabulary abolitionists :the people who favored the end of slavery
compermise of 1877: was a unformal, unwritten dealthat settled the disputed 1876 presidential election
plantation: a large area privatly owned, that grows a group of trees or plants
federalism: the federal principal of government
black codes: limited therights ofa former civil war slave
free-soil party: a short-lived political party
segrigation: the act or practice segrigating

.industrial growth:the rapid industrial growth that began in england
union: defated the confederacy, in 1865
states righs:rights and powers not forbidden to the states
confederacy:a group of persons,parties,or sates.
share croping:to a farm as a share cropper
emancipation proclamation: a delclaraiton issued by president linclon.

Apomattox: general grant leads armyin the north; general Lee leads army in the south. south surrendered at appomattox linclon re-elected end of civil war lincoln's assassination: ford's theater,April 14, 1865. John Wilkes booth booth thought it would save the south lincoln was going to be nice to the south What was reconstruction? reconstruction was rebuildng of the south.
Northern military occupation of the south When was it? 1865-1877 why?
northen militay controlled the south
protection of african americans Black codes What was the purpose? limit rights of former slaves fore former slaves to work on plantations keep former slaves at the bottom of the social latter Amendments Amendment #13: banned slavery (made it illegal) Amendment # 14: allowed former slaves to become citizens. Amendment #15: protected former slaves violation rights Share cropping what was shared cropping? former slaves rented farmlamd from plantation owners who provided equitment and seed's how was it similar to slavery? former slaves fell into heavy debt jim crow laws what did JIm crow laws do? they legalized segrigation of whites and african americans. how were they connected to the end of reconstuction? laws were only passed once the northerners left the compermise of 1877, basicly, the north was no longer going to protect the south's african americans. so, the south reversed most of the rights that former slaves had aquired.
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