By the end of the decade, very few Native Americans remained anywhere in the southeastern United States, the federal militias came to Georgia to force them to leave their homelands and walk thousands miles westward to a specific designated " Indian territory " across the Mississippi River. This difficult and the journey became known as " the Trail of Tears " because of the great hardship faced by Cherokees. The Trail of Tears was started to be a promising guide experience but resulted in tragedy, it was found in memories of a private soldier by John Burnett which describes the dreadful outcomes of the Native Americans who were forced to move out of their homeland, and travel the Trail where They Cried. John G. Burnett was aware and observed the treatment of the Natives that were being pushed westward. He tell how the Indians were loaded and threatened
The Trail of Tears was part of the Indian-removal process. The federal government drove out fifteen thousand Creeks from their land with promises of money and concessions. All across America, nearly a quarter of a million Native Americans, who eventually were stripped of their land by immigrants from Europe, lived happily in the Americas. In the early 1830’s, America was prosperous with natives. By the late 1830’s; however, barely any natives remained in the southeast of the United States.
At the time,according to history of american wars,Charleston was the largest city in the south,so you can see why the british would attack their first.History of american wars also states that Clinton had a “new southern strategy” that could have helped him for the win. This tragic loss had some major effects on the Americans.According to History.com,They lost a major number of troops along with a lot of munitions and equipment.History.com also states that lincoln sufferd major hummilution for this loss.Also colonists suffered the loss of family members that has died or been captured in this
Because of this, God has always been the center of my life, or at least that is what I thought. The idea of God stayed in the back of my mind, but I have recently learned that the back is not the position that God should hold in my life. Missions are an area that my church is very passionate about, so we supports and participate in them every year. The church members always advocate for the yearly summer mission trips, and after going on my first mission trip to Boone, I became an advocate as well. I love working on the mission fields, so I try to go on as many mission trips as I can.
Free Land In 1862 the U.S. Congress passed the Homestead Act. This law permitted any 21-year-old citizen or immigrant with the intention of becoming a citizen to lay claim to 160 acres of land known as the Great American Prairie. After paying a filing fee, farming the land, and living on it for five years, the ownership of the land passed to the homesteader. People came from all over the world to take advantage of this opportunity. By 1900 over 600,000 claims had been filed.
‘Antietam In The Civil War’ September 17,1862 by was about the fight that aganist the north and south in Sparburg,Maryland.After Union General McClellan failed to invade Richmond,Virignia,as a result he then threaten Washington DC.Confedertae General Lee sperated his army at the Pennsylvania boarder to protect contact with Virgina. After Lee lost his marching plans McClellan found them and had the advantage for sometime.However all this violence killed over 5000 people.The south managed to outsmart the North’s first line and got the victory.Textile industries were depent on the cash crop(cotton)and wanted to br recogonized by the Bristh to get acess to there industries.Antietam decleared the victory to Linlcon to issue the Emancipation Proclamation
Early in the 19th century, while the rapidly-growing United States expanded further into the South, white settlers faced what they considered an obstacle. This area was home to the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chicasaw and Seminole groups. These Indian nations, in the view of the settlers and many other white Americans, were in the way of progress. Eager for land so they could raise cotton, the settlers pressured the federal government to take or steal Indian territory. Andrew Jackson, from Tennessee, was a forceful leader in the Indian removal.
On top of that the north had two million men fighting against the the south 's with just 900,000. As quoted from www.markedbyteachers.com/as.../why-did-the-south-lose-the-american-civil-war.html “ Troop levels, army supply and the finance of the war all played a major role in which side was to win the war.”. The north started using black soldiers for the free northern states to fight in the war making their troops larger, because of this the north gained an even bigger advantage. With a 300$ exemption that contradicted the idea of individual liberty, but even though it was available you would have to able to pay for it. Very few people had that kind of money at the time so it was considered ‘Rich mans war and a poor mans fight’ as shown on www.markedbyteachers.com/as.../why-did-the-south-lose-the-american-civil-war.html.
The removal of these tribes left more land for white Americans to settle in without the threat of attacks from Native tribes. Many tries including the Muscogee, Creek, and Seminole tribes were removed from their homes, but it was the Cherokee tribe that suffered the most. For the Cherokee nation the struggle to stay on their land they occupied in the state of Georgia, came long before the Indian Removal Act. In the 1820’s the state of Georgia was trying to convince the federal government to remove the Cherokees living with the states
The Civil War was perhaps the deadliest war in American history, with roughly 600,000 casualties between the Northern and Southern states. The land was left in utter destruction, and the economy was weakened by the expensive war costs. Though the Southern states were admitted back into the Union, tensions between the former Confederate States and the Union states still existed. Upon the war’s end, slaves were freed, and granted the right to the pursuit of happiness and to vote. However, Reconstruction can be considered a failure since it isn 't until the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s that these rights are actually protected, and southern and northern states are properly assimilated.
By the time Harper was 25, the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 was passed, which greatly increased Northern involvement in slavery. Before that point, most Northerners took a position of apathy, but after this point, they could not ignore the issue. As a result, there was a lot of backlash, including the publishing of Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852), followed by John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry in 1859. When Abraham Lincoln was elected in 1860, the country was at its tipping point and South Carolina seceded shortly afterward, creating a domino effect until the Civil War started in 1861. After four years of war, the Emancipation Proclamation, and thousands of deaths on both sides, the Civil War was over which started a new period and system of race relations in America: Reconstruction.
The Trail of Tears obliged movement in the United States of the Northeast and Southeast Indians in the midst of the 1830s. The divulgence of gold on Cherokee touch base in Georgia (1828 - 29) catalyzed political tries to strip all Indians east of the Mississippi River of their property. The Indian Removal Act (1830) endorsed the U.S. president to organize with tribes for zone cessions and clearing to western areas. Various neighborhood people were obliged from their homes, and most grasped the westward voyage under great weight. Roughly 15,000 kicked the basin of presentation and disease on the trek, which got the opportunity to be known as the Trail of Tears.
Ft. Sumter and its impact Today December 20, 1860, South Carolina seceded from the Union. A few days later, Federal troops took back 68 stationed in Charleston, South Carolina, to Fort Sumter, an island in the port of Charleston. North Fort is considered to be the property of the Government of the United States. The people in South Carolina thinks that the property belongs to the new Confederation which is not correct. Four months later, the first participation of the civil war took place on the argued land.
Up until 1872, the bureau supplied food and medical services, built thousands of schools and colleges and provided countless jobs for those freed men and their family. This social reform was never performed before, which shows its significance in attempting to rebuild the country for assist newly freed slaves . President Lincoln had planned for the reconstruction before his assassination which led to Lincoln’s 10 Percent Plan. It was a reconstruction plan aiming politically by replacing laws that reconstruct southern state governments and pardoning ex-Confederates except the commanders (406). As long as there were more than 10 percent of the vote population in an election, a new state would be recognized.