An Overview of the American Civil War Through Primary by Carin T Ford

By Carin T Ford

In April 1861, Abraham Lincoln's prophetic phrases, "A condo divided opposed to itself can't stand," got here precise while accomplice squaddies attacked castle Sumter, starting the yankee Civil battle. The battle pitted North opposed to South, brother opposed to brother, neighbor opposed to neighbor. the difficulty of slavery had torn the country aside. battle will be required to place it again jointly. writer Carin T. Ford makes use of bright fundamental resources to inform the tale of the battle that reunited the Union and ended slavery eternally.

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He worried that if he tried to get rid of slavery, Southerners might secede, or break away, from the United States and form their own country. Lincoln did not want the United States torn in half. So he did not talk about ending slavery. Instead, he argued that slavery should not be allowed to spread into new areas. Image Credit: Enslow Publishers, Inc. In December 1860, South Carolina seceded from the Union. Soon, other Southern states left, too. This map shows the United States divided between Union and Confederacy during the Civil War.

6 Image Credit: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs The Battle of Antietam, depicted in this illustration, was the single bloodiest day of fighting during the war. So, McClellan marched his men toward Richmond. The Confederate army was waiting for him, led by the brilliant general Robert E. Lee. Another graduate of West Point, Lee did not believe in slavery or secession. At the start of the war, he had been asked to lead the Union army. But Lee said he would not fight against his home state of Virginia.

Northerners wanted to get rid of slavery, but Southerners said it was necessary for their economy to survive. They finally decided it was not worth arguing about. They wanted to make sure that all the states joined the newly formed United States of America. If the Constitution outlawed slavery, Southerners might not want to be part of the new nation. Besides, in the 1780s, it had seemed as if slavery was on its way out. Many Northern states had already taken steps to get rid of it. In the South, farmers grew less tobacco, so fewer slaves were needed.

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