We all have complaints in life. So what it 's human nature to complain about why did Donald Trump this, why did Nikki Haley that, why did the other team when, why did they get the promotion at work. We all do it, not that complaining is a trait we should be proud of. However, those things don 't matter in 25 years Nikki Haley will not be governor of the great state of South Carolina and Trump will be 94 years old assuming he is still alive.
There were a few events preceding the South’s secession that were not directly related to the South’s secession. One of these events is the Adams-Onis treaty. This treaty gave Florida to the United States and changed the borders of the United States. Another event is the tariff of abominations. The events I believe were most responsible for the South’s secession were the Crittenden Compromise and the Charles Sumner speech and results.
During the 1800’s the North and Southern regions of America were very different. The North being an industrial economy, a free labor territory. While the South was a plantation economy, a slave labor territory. The greatest difference being that of slavery and therefore, there were tensions brewing between the two regions. At the beginning of the 19th century, slavery had expanded into Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
Would it be good to have a country split without any arguments or a country as a whole full of arguments? In the beginning of 1860, The South wanted to secede from the Union, but the Union didn’t like that idea. Months later, they began a war. There were many reasons why the South wanted to secede but the main reasons were because of slavery disagreements, sectionalism, and political arguments. The southern states seceded from the Union because of sectionalism, political differences, and slavery disagreements.
Since colonial times the United States had been divided into two completely different parts. The Northern states were mostly free states who believed slavery should be put to end. On the other hand, the Southernern states were slaves states, meaning they were pro-slavery. Therefore, their two ideas about slavery clashed with one another causing great deal of problems such as battles, fights, and debates between the North and South. These disagreements eventually lead to the Southern states seceding from the Union.
I believe there were some similarities in the Civil War between The North and The South, but there were also a lot of differences with technology, and The North had the advantage. In the Spring of 1861, decades of simmering tensions between the northern and southern united states over issues including states rights versus federal authority, westward expansion and slavery exploded into the American Civil War(1861-1865). The election of the anti-slavery Republican Abraham Lincoln as president in 1860 caused seven states to secede. (Causes)
The National Women Suffrage Association, as you can no doubt tell, was National. Led by the high-minded members, nameely Stanton and Anthony, the NWSA wanted a federal way to gain rights. The Governments that were created in reconstruction Blacks had majority Republican Party was super strong Democrats and scalawags: Democrats called white southies who were republican “scalawags”
The question of slavery expanding or being terminated has been a question that has been asked all throughout the antebellum period. Yet, all through that period it was never answered. Conflict between abolishing slavery which was fought for by the Northerners and preserving slavery, fought for by the Southerners has spiked as time has gone on. Though, each plan that was designed to make a compromise between the two conflicting arguments has just seemed to arouse the fighters even more. For example, The WIlmot Proviso Act was shot down by opposed Southerners, the Compromise of 1850 infuriated both argumentative sides, and the secession of South Carolina angered and feared Northerners.
During the Mid 1800’s marked a crucial period for our country. It will have a big effect on the development of our country. Throughout this time, our country was split, split into two sections, the North and the South. The Civil war was a war fought against the North and the South, the Union and the Confederates, from 1861-1865.
The Reconstruction was important to American history because it gave all different types of people their rights. The fourteenth amendment, The Dawes act and The Homestead Act all have things in common. All of these acts involve something to do with race and or forcing people out of their homes or land. The fourteenth Amendment gave men of color “equal” rights to white men.
Many believed that the adoption of the union had alleviated all problems surrounding independence but later realized that it was crumbling right before their eyes. Following the Declaration of Independence, Continental Congress became aware that it was a necessity to form a national government. During the discussion for a new government, many problems were encountered. One of the issues that was faced dealt with the question as to whether representation and voting would be would be portioned out or would it be done by each state. This caused some problems and delays for the constitution but after Philadelphia had been captured by Britain, this became a matter of urgency.
As the antebellum Americans made several advancements in technological innovations, this helped the North overcome the South agriculturally. With the new inventions such as the cotton gin, the reaper, the steel tipped plow, and new ways to revive unfertile soil, the North had many advantages to aid them while they were gone to war. As these new inventions were created each had an impact on how and why the differences between the North and South came to be. Although the creation of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney improved the South’s economy it also made the South more dependent on slaves.