The election separated the nation in half and also urged 7 states including South Carolina seceded from United States. From then on, the pro-slavery and anti-slavery were officially against each other, which soon gave rise to the Civil War. In conclusion, the issue of slavery precipitated the Civil War. Uncle Tom’s Cabin gave a strong social effect on opposing slavery, the Kansas-Nebraska Act was the prelude of the Civil War, and the Election of 1860 splitted the nation into two sides, which directly led to the War.
From 1840 to 1861 the Civil War was unavoidable and was fought due to many circumstances at the time. Two of the main circumstances that helped build up tension and eventually led up to the Civil War was a failure of leadership and extremism on both sides, known as the South and the North. In document 1, it says how it was the abolitionist fault for pushing these ideologies that slavery was wrong and that the abolitionist attempted to agitate and they did agitate the north to go against slavery. This document is an example of extremism because due to the abolitionist trying to abolish slavery and show that slavery was wrong it caused more conflict.
Andrew Johnson became the President of the United States after the assassination of President Lincoln. Johnson stepped into office after the Civil War, which was a fragile time for the country. As president after the war, it was Johnson’s duty to assist in unifying the southern slave states and the northern rebellious population, as one country. This was a difficult task to complete, especially after the assassination of a former president who really helped in the Civil War and with slavery. Johnson tried to quickly restore the states in the Union, however his actions lead to a presidential impeachment.
Robert E. Lee’s Impact on United States Government Official John F. Kelly once said that , “ He was a man that gave up his country to fight for his state .” To me that quote means , that he was willing to fight for what he believed even if it came down to fighting against people in the same country which he lived in . This quote proves that he would fight with all his best capabilities . Robert E. Lee was a important figure in American History , because he was General of the Confederate States during the Civil War , he served as a superintendent of West Point and he was given command of the wounded General Joseph E. Johnston 's embattled army on the Virginia peninsula.
Although the Northern Army had advantages in terms of financing and size of the army, it was their superior weapons advancements that won the war. The Southern States were mostly an agricultural economy, which limited their ability to produce weapons on a large scale. The Northern
The after that he went to London where he studied law for another six years,then at the age of 26 he went home to Maryland only now he could speak French fluently and was a accomplished horseman. When he got home his dad gave him Carrollton manor that is why he is called Charles Carroll of Carrollton. . Now I would like to talk a little bit about his family.
Hayes wanted to be the president that fully healed America from the Civil War. The nation didn’t want the army to be protecting the civil rights of the freedmen. Hayes would reassign the remaining troops that were guarding two Southern statehouses. These two states were South Carolina and Louisiana. Hayes was hoping that this would heal the state.
He grew up Georgetown, Ohio. Ulysses went to school at the Presbyterian Academy in Ripley, Ohio . Ulysses went to the U.S Military Academy then he got assigned to infantry on the Southern Frointer http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/sandre/Presidents/Grant.htm Ulysses was courageous and a leader. In the Civil War Ulysses won the union its first victory
Overall the Indian removal wasn’t exactly the smartest thing Andrew Jackson had done in office. I selected Andrew Jackson since he seemed like an interesting president. I knew that he had founded the Democratic Party. I was told that most people loved him or hated him there was no in between. This brought up questions about why that was the case and what he did terrifically right or wrong.
In 1861, a civil war erupted between The Union (Northern states) and the Confederate States (Southern states) due to the controversy. The war ended in 1865 with the victory of The Union, and slavery was abolished nationwide, freeing 4 million slaves. This marks an important political milestone in the progression towards the modern world, as it marks the day that slavery was outlawed in the major
James Bowie was born in Kentucky in 1796 but spent most of his life in Louisiana. He started to become famous in 1827 and because of the Sandbar Fight. James Bowie moved to Texas in 1830. Bowie joined the military of Texas and took part and lead forces in the Battle Of Conception and in the Grass Fight. In early 1836 he arrived in the Alamo and led the volunteer forces until he became ill and weak and he died in early March(March sixth) along with the other defenders of the Alamo.
On September 17, 1862, we fought at the battle of Antietam, and one of our officers was killed. At the battle of Fredericksburg, which was December 11 to 15, 1862, and the battle of Chancellorsville, which was April 30 to May 6, 1863, we were present but weren’t part of the actual fighting.