Understanding GoalUnderstanding Goal
Virginians prepared for war. Some free African Americans felt their limited rights could best be protected by supporting the Confederacy
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Notes on African-American History Since 1900Notes on African-American History Since 1900
Georgia in 1739, but the largest and most notable slave plots or insurrections were the Gabrial Prosser Conspiracy in Virginia in 1800, the slave revolt in Louisiana in 1811
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Civil War Events Timeline January 1861 The South SecedesCivil War Events Timeline January 1861 The South Secedes
South Carolina was followed by the secession of six more states Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas and the threat of secession by four more Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina
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Mallory Mitchell Hist 1700 Paper 1Mallory Mitchell Hist 1700 Paper 1
Lincoln gain support in the United States, and overseas, for the Union cause. It is also important to understand that Lincoln never thought he would have to create the document because he thought that slavery would slowly dissipate without the need
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The Second Industrial RevolutionThe Second Industrial Revolution
From the ashes of the American Civil War sprung an economic powerhouse. The factories built by the Union to defeat the Confederacy were not shut down at the war's end. Now that the fighting was done
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Notes on African-American History Since 1900Notes on African-American History Since 1900
Georgia in 1739, but the largest and most notable slave plots or insurrections were the Gabrial Prosser Conspiracy in Virginia in 1800, the slave revolt in Louisiana in 1811
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