• Abraham Lincoln 15
    sixteenth president of the United Stated in the year 1860, defeating Douglas, John Bell, and John C. Breckinridge. He was formerly the Illinois Congressman. The day of his inauguration on March 4, 1861, Lincoln had gotten up before sunrise to work on his inaugural address. “He would reduce complex...
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  • Giuseppe Garibaldi
    Italy, like the United States, would also have civil war.[16] Garibaldi, who had been wounded and captured in his ventures to take Rome, had been allowed to heal, was released, and later returned to fight yet again. Garibaldi's dream of unification finally came true in 1861 when Sicily and...
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  • Abraham Lincoln
    created their own country, The Confederate States of America. The first President elected of this new nation was Jefferson Davis. On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated into office as the 16th President of the United States of America. The Confederate States of America saw the United...
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  • Civil War
    sent delegations to Washington to enter into a peace treaty with the United States. Lincoln rejected negotiations with Confederate agents because the Confederacy was not a legitimate government. Orders from Confederate President Jefferson Davis sent Confederate troops to bomb Fort Sumter on April 12...
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  • Lincoln
    President of this new nation. On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated into office as the 16th President of the United States. But this was no time for celebration. The Confederate States of America saw the United States as another nation. There were still forts and bases of U.S...
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  • Subhash
    The American Civil War (1861–1865), in the United States often referred to as simply the Civil War and sometimes called the "War Between the States", was a civil war fought over the secession of the Confederate States. Eleven southern slave states declared their secession from the United States and...
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  • In What Way the African Americans Shaped the Course and Consequences of the Civil War?
    that had emerged between the North and the South in the prior decades, all of which were associated with the institution of slavery installed in the Southern United States. President Lincoln began the Civil War with the South in response to states’ secession from the Union, and therefore, the war...
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  • Civil War Women
    served, his response was, I have the honor to inform you that no official record has been found in the War Department showing specifically that any woman was ever enlisted in the military service of the United States as a member of any organization of the Regular or Volunteer Army at any time during...
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  • Ulysses S. Grant
    well to ensure the protection of black citizens. Grant was all for the 15th Amendment which would no matter the race give everyone the right to vote. Grant recognized this as one of the most important steps in United States history to moving towards the freedom of black citizens. “A measure of...
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  • Chapter 16
    Communities Mobilize for War Fort Sumter: The War Begins The Call to Arms The Border States The Battle of Bull Run The Relative Strengths of North and South Government organize for War Lincoln Takes Charge Expanding the Powee of the Government Dipolmatic Objectives Jefferson Davis...
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  • Civil War
     The American Civil War, also known as the War Between the States, the War of the Rebellion, or simply the Civil War, was a civil war fought from 1861 to 1865 in the United States after several Southern slave states declared their secession and formed the Confederate States of America . The states...
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  • us history
    were loosing their political dominance as pop. Shifted. Abraham Lincoln- 5th president of the United States. He surved during the time of the Civil War. He was the first president to ever be assassigned. Uncle tom’s cabbin: 1852, by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Based on what is happening during...
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  • civil war
    The Civil War marked a defining moment in United States history. Long simmering sectional tensions reached a critical stage in 1860–1861 when eleven slaveholding states seceded and formed the Confederate States of America. Political disagreement gave way to war in April 1861, as Confederates...
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  • Ch.14 Apush Outline
    United States. Legalized slavery finally ceased to exist in the United States after two centuries. Pages 385-386 * African Americans and the Union Cause * About 186,000 African Americans served for the Union forces, joining numerous free blacks from the North. Their services were...
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  • Civil War
    Virginia (hill person area that illegally tore itself from Virginia in 1861) -If the North had initiated war, these states would have joined Benefits of the Border States: 1. The border group had a white population that was more than half of the whole Confederacy 2. Maryland, Kentucky and...
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  • The Afro-Americans and Thecivil War
    socio-political and military structures of the United States of America? The start of the Civil War began in South Carolina on April 12, 1861, at a place called Fort Sumter, but even before tha,t there were seven states in the deep South that had seceded from the Union. A convention was held in...
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  • Apush Chapter 15 Notes
    huge government contracts. -Federal government went into the railroad business by establishing the United States Military Railroads (USMRR) to carry troops and supplies to the front. -The Republicans in Congress actively promoted business growth during the war. -Sponsored Pacific Railroad Act of...
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  • Abolishing Slavery
    unconstitutional. Slave states made laws called the Black Codes. These were to keep Black people from voting, serving on juries, getting jobs, owning land, or going to school. The federal government set up the Freedmen's Bureaus to work against the Black Codes. They gave food, clothing, medical care, and set...
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  • African Americans as Sailors and Soldiers for the Union in the Civil War
    While the United States was beginning to develop, conflict between the individual states was the cause for division between America in 1861. When several of the Southern states broke away from the Union the Civil War was starting to fuel. From there one of the bloodiest wars in American history...
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  • Chapter 15
    . -Industries directly related to the war effort benefited from huge government contracts. -Federal government went into the railroad business by establishing the United States Military Railroads (USMRR) to carry troops and supplies to the front. -The Republicans in Congress actively...
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