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The civil war HIST1302

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The civil war HIST1302 History 1302

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Brief and important notes on civil war
History of U.S. Since 1865
Richard Clyde Foust
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Date Created: 10/09/16
The Civil War - In both the North and South America the blacks worked for the Whites. However, in the  south the blacks were enslaved by the whites and in the south the blacks were free and  got good wages for their service. - This difference in free and slave states was the cause of civil war in the United States. - During the civil war in the battle of Gettysburg twice as many soldiers had died of  disease than in combat. - The nation united after the victory of the North. - ‘The Emancipation Proclamation’ freed slaves in the rebel states but many not all slaves  were freed. th -  ‘Thomas Nast’s Proclamation’ of January 1865; In the 13  amendment of December  1865 declared slavery hence forth illegal in the United States. - Mississippi Black code Vagrancy law; freedmen, free Negros or Mulattoes above 18yrs and unemployed or  found associating or living in adultery with white shall be deemed vagrants. Any freed  man, free Negro or mulattoes failing to pay tax would be hired to anyone who agreed to  pay the tax.  Civil Rights of Freedom; All freedmen, free Negro or Mulattoes had the right to implead  and be impleaded in the court of law and equality of Mississippi. They also had the right  to own property but were not allowed to rent or lease their property expect in  incorporated towns or cities in which the corporate authorities controlled the same.  Anyone could arrest back freedmen, free Negros and mulattoes and carry them back  (earned $5.10 per mile for doing so) to their employer shall they quit before their term of  service expired. Refrence Alexander Stephens on slavery and the Confederate constitution, 1861. (n.d.). Retrieved October  9,       2016, from The American Yawp Reader website:­ civil­war/       alexander­stephens­on­slavery­and­the­confederate­constitution­1861/  Mississippi Black Code, 1865. (n.d.). Retrieved from The American Yawp Reader website:­black­code­1865/     


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