American Civil War

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    was in favor of the idea but as the war wore on and more soldiers died, people became more interested in the idea. Abraham Lincoln eventually supported it, understanding that they were willing to fight and taking advantage of that fact. Despite how unpopular the idea was in general, he went ahead and allowed the creation of all-black regiments because he knew that whites were, at this point, uninterested in fighting to free the slaves while the African Americans were ready to go fight and…

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    The civil war was probably one of the most deadliest battles in American history, but what could of brought people to such hatred towards each other? Many things have been accused of causing the civil war like Uncle Tom 's Cabin or the Dred Scott decision, but at the top of the list is slavery, which effected economic, social, and political stability of the country. The North is more industrialized than the south, hence why they wanted higher tariffs so that they could compete with foreign…

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    The Reconstruction period is the decade that followed the American Civil War. Following the death of President Abraham Lincoln, the remnants of the previously fractured United States were left no future plans for which to begin the long path of reconstruction. Lincoln’s successor, Andrew Johnson, as well as Congress and the Senate for rebuilding the once proud democratic state. Unfortunately, the lack of instructions and a road map allowed for much to be left open to interpretation, which vastly…

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    set during the American civil war. The fight was not going well for the northern as the southern had inflicted a heavy loss on them. To avert further losses, the railway engineer Colonel Marlowe comes up with a plan. This plan was to avoid fighting until they arrived in a new town station which would translate to an average of 35 miles a day. Later on, a military doctor by the name Major Henry Kendal shows up. He appears to be torn between performing his duty and the horror of war and…

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    The article I read was The American Civil War The Battle of Gettysburg, from http://www.ducksters.com/history/battle_of_gettysburg.phpAmerican I read about the The battle took place on July 1-3 1863 Gettysburg Pennsylvania. Robert E Lee invaded the north, the north held him off. That was a huge turn around in the war. Robert E Lee lead the south’s army. The north was lead by General George.The battle ended up taking place over three days, the south outnumbered the north and caused them to…

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    The Civil War fought from 1861-1865 was rough on citizens all around the country of America, especially those from the south, as the Civil War was also called the War of Southern Independence. Throughout these four years, the Southern and Northern ends of the country fought recklessly for bloodshed practically against each other. For the first eighteen months of the war, federal soldiers fought solely to uphold the Constitution and preserve the nation (Roark et al). As the world’s first modern…

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    Michael Works The American Revolution America has gone through many different types of revolutions such as the Revolutionary War and Civil War. When thinking of revolution, modernization comes to mind. The modernization of America was the biggest factor in determining how America would turn out in the future. America is not the most stable country, but from its past and different obstacles, it has been able to bounce back from nearly every problem, no matter what the circumstance. The Boston…

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    The American Civil War was fought from 1861-1865. It was a turning point for this still young nation. One of the many units that fought for the North was the 54th Massachusetts, a unit of all free black men. The men in this unit were all free when they volunteered to join and fight. Though promised differently, the men of the 54th Massachusetts did not receive the same pay as a white soldier of the same rank. Colonel Robert Gould Shaw and his men were one of the main units in the assault on…

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    The Civil War was by far the securing and empowerment of the American Revolution’s ideas. The American Revolution began some ideas while the Civil War completed some of those thoughts. The Civil War might most likely be the last battle of the American Revolution, however, the fight for freedom is continuous. What the Civil War was fought for, had many similarities to what the American Revolution was fought for in the early years of our country in both the moral and securing of ideas that arose…

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    1. What are some of the long-term causes of the American Civil War (1800s-1850s)? Please give at least 2 examples. The American Civil War was driven by long-term causes and short-term causes. The long-term causes are the Wilmot Proviso and the Compromise of 1850. The addition of the new lands due to the consequence of the Mexican War caused the South and the North to argue on either these are should allow slavery or not. The Wilmot Proviso was a step to ban slavery from these new areas that…

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