Abraham Lincoln’s election to the PresidencyAbraham Lincoln’s election to the Presidency
The Governor [of South Carolina], “earnestly recommended that, in the event of Abraham Lincoln’s election to the Presidency, a convention for the people of this State be immediately called to consider and determine for themselves the mode and measure
80.31 Kb. 1
read
Name: Date: lincoln a photobiographyName: Date: lincoln a photobiography
Day—March 4, 1861—Washington looked like an armed camp. Cavalry and artillery had been clattering through the streets all morning. Troops were everywhere
51.4 Kb. 1
read
Unit 6 Secession and the start of the Civil WarUnit 6 Secession and the start of the Civil War
South. Southern ‘fire-eaters’ (the most extreme pre-war Southern pro-slavery nationalists) argued that their honour, liberty and safety all demanded an immediate break from a Union headed by a sectionalised antislavery party that had not received a single electoral
9.12 Kb. 1
read
We Must Not Be Enemies: Lincoln\We Must Not Be Enemies: Lincoln's First Inaugural Address Introduction
Baltimore, Maryland. Spirited at midnight onto a train, the former congressman arrived in the nation's capital, his movements carefully guarded. When news leaked out about the secret journey
85.27 Kb. 1
read
Unit 6 Assessment 1850 1877 (Internal Struggle of a Nation)Unit 6 Assessment 1850 1877 (Internal Struggle of a Nation)
Which generalization about the period 1865-1879 is most clearly supported by the data in the graphs?
52.51 Kb. 1
read

1   2




The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2020
send message

    Main page