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Chapter 15 Notes

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Chapter 15 Notes History 2112

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All of these notes goes with his highlighted points. Along with s a bit of explanation of what the point is talking about. Chapter 15 is not in the standard but Professor Taylor has ask us to r...
United States Since 1877
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Taylor Sloop on Wednesday September 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to History 2112 at Dalton State College taught by Professor Stephen Taylor in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see United States Since 1877 in History at Dalton State College.


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Date Created: 09/21/16
What lead to the civil war? - 1820- Missouri compromise - 1830- Indian removal act -> more land for more cotton and more slaves - 1846-1848- Mexican war - 1850- popular sovereignty - 1854- Kansas Nebraska act - 1857 dredd scott case - November 1860 Lincoln elected Chapter 15 “What is freedom?” 1865-1877 13 amendment Slavery Abolished (because the emancipation proclamation didn’t do its job) - Black institutions were established - Biracial places - Methodist and Baptist became very predominant bc they wanted their own place to worship - African Americans wanted political freedom like the white man had - Freedman’s Bureau- established a functioned free labor system in south solve conflicts between black and white. *(helped establish schools, hospitals, teachers came from north churches to teach in the south.)* - Black codes- cant serve on jury to testify against a white man. Must have a labor contract. Allowed judges to take kids and sell them to former plant owners.


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