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.
It´s strength and it´s feelings have make it into the speech of the U.S.A reestablish. In 1863 The United Stated were divided into a bloody Civil War between the North States (The Union) and The States of the South (The confederation). The issue was the abolition or not of the Slavery. The president was in favor of the abolition of the slavery. This speech is a kind of exhortation to his nation.
Notwithstanding that the anti-slavery won the war, there were still many prejudices in the world. So, whenever people were about to criticize or being racist, thought about the effort that people in the past, who spent their entire life only
The events of that particular time period further illuminate the motives behind the Proclamation, as it wasn’t drafted until the latter half of 1862; which was when the Union troops had driven out the Confederate Army out of Maryland. At that point the Confederate leaders were negotiating with France and Great Britain for military aid in exchange of cotton. And they were gaining support
The degree of success in any situation depends on the point of view, especially in history. In American history, the start of the Civil War tested the nation 's bond of unity but changed with the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863. The executive order drafted by President Abraham Lincoln was both a political and military tactic. Its purpose was to "free" slaves in Confederate lands, meaning the only way slaves could escape was to disobey their masters and flee to the North and join their army as protection. The period between 1865 - 1877 known as reconstruction, an effort to bring peace to North and the South and reunite the nation.
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
When the reconstruction period began after the Civil War the Republican set into motion their own plans, restoring rebellious states into the Union and finding a place in society for free slaves. However, there were two major problems standing in their way, the ex-Confederates and President Andrew Johnson. The ex-Confederates were causing trouble by starting riots and trying take political action against freed African Americans, such as during the Memphis Riot in 1866. Johnson, being a Democrat, allied himself with the ex-Confederates because he shared the same beliefs as them regarding freed slaves. They believed that they should be forced to continue working on plantations, which is Johnson enacted the Black Codes, which were meant to force former slaves to work back on plantations.
Uproar and protest bubbled over in the states after Scott’s failure to obtain his freedom. His case also fueled the North in their battle with the South, since the big topic of the century was “slavery”. They wanted justice for Dred Scott, to rightfully place his ownership in his own hands, to grant him the freedom to live however he pleased and to not have to walk in shackles. Any human should have that basic right, as it says in the constitution. This landmark of a case stood as a breaking point for social reform; motivation to stop the discrimination that ran throughout the country.
Conductors went about their work regardless of these threats because they felt so strongly about freeing slaves. Slaves received word of when the Underground Railroad would be stopping by through “what was known as the grapevine telegraph. They also used song lyrics as a means of providing instruction” (Altman). The work of Harriet Tubman and Levi Coffin made it possible for the Underground Railroad to help thousands of slaves reach freedom.
This pamphlet was one of the first signs of the new abolitionism. Walker warned Americans that God would punish them if they did not put an end to slavery and called for black Americans to rally for abolition. He also wanted blacks to embrace who they were and what they were. He wanted them to take pride in African civilizations ' achievements and claim their rights as American born citizens. Walker 's pamphlet scared many Northerners and Southerners and he later died of mysterious circumstances.
By the end of 1819, there were eleven Free states and eleven slave states. In 1820 Maine and Missouri wanted to enter the union and Congress had to decide whether to admit them in as Free states or slave states. At the time, Missouri had about two thousand Slaves. An amendment was introduced in the House by James Tallmadge, a New York Representative to ban slavery in Missouri when the amendment was voted on and passed in the house. In the Senate where the amount of slave state representatives was equal to the amount of Free states, it became a tie.
When Abraham Lincoln became President there was a fear from the southerners that the southern way of life would end. The southerners thought that if the western territories became free states that the Republicans would change the Constitution and make slavery in all areas outlawed and many thought that they would leave the Union before this inflicted upon them. The southerners held back from the division until 1860 when Lincoln became President. In history it is known that South Carolina was the first state that began the secession. “On December 20, 1860, a state convention repealed South Carolina’s ratification of the U.S. Constitution and voted to withdraw from the Union.
The Missouri Compromise was definite attempt by the government to shove the issue out of view. By the time the Missouri Compromise was introduced, a few northern states were already in the process of abolishing slavery, as was England. The government was finally recognizing the cruelties of slavery but did not want to anger the southern plantation owners. Thus, they created the Missouri Compromise in order to ease their guilt and face the least contempt. The Missouri Compromise was only able to increase the brewing conflict of slavery between northern states and southern states.
The North stopped slavery way before the war. They thought it was evil and inhuman. On the other hand the south other wise known as the confederates. The south wanted to keep slaves. The slaves on plantations and farms were such a big part of economic system that if they were to set free, the farms would crash and be incapable due to the fact they are gone.
South vs North The south thought they could do what they wanted .Before the Civil War the South depended on slavery and the North was more of a Industrial. Then there were arguments about slavery should not be in the new states .People came up with compromises to fix all the fuss of which state is free and which state is a slave one.