The Strategy Of Slavery In The Civil War 1815-1860

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In 1860s, because the fact of southern states wanted to remain the slavery stable while the North desired to abolish the slavery. Meanwhile Abraham Lincoln led the Union and fought with the Confederacy whose commander was Jefferson Davis. The goal of union was to protect the unity, but many armies were controlled by South, also they owned wide land. It seemed difficult for the Union troops to win the Confederacy drastically. Moreover, the strategy of Confederacy was only to defense, controlled the battleground still in North lands. They waited for the North crumbling from within, then they would have sufficient reason to persuade the Union to stop the Civil War (Goldfield, The American Journey: A History of the United State, P402). When …show more content…
So we can found that the resource is foundation to run the whole organization, and military strategies are the key to win every battle. Moreover, the leadership helped the America to become better. In the period 1815-1860, there are a lot of changes in slavery all over the world. Firstly, the cotton boom during 1816-1819 that caused the South relied on cotton. In 1823, Spain outlaws slavery and in 1848, France outlaws slavery that led most nations of the Western Hemisphere abolished slavery. In 1860, Black codes were passed by states, which denied the right of black people before Civil War (Goldfield, American Journey: A History of the United State, P270). They are all the changes in slavery that caused Civil war …show more content…
The first one is Spain, so Spain led the whole Western Hemisphere to outlaw slavery (Goldfield, P286). In the United States, due to the demand for cotton, this triggered the largest internal migration that thousands of slave laborers moved, which has never occurred in the history of the world. As a result, Upper South slaveholders exported to the Lower South a large number of black laborers between 1790 and 1860. Lawmaker found there were large profits in trading slaves, rather than crop cultivation. Around 40 percent of African-Americans who were working in the Upper South, and they were compiled to work for the cotton economy. Primarily, they were sold through interstate; secondarily, their masters also transferred the slavers. In 1850, the Upper South started to free the slavers, called “free persons of color”. In Delaware, only 2 percent of people are slaver, 17 percent of people are free black. (Goldfield, P296) Passing Black codes trigger Africa-American became anger, which caused the

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