How Slavery Contributed to American Civil War

lavery was a major cause of the American Civil War. The conflict over slavery was based on the fact that, American republicans in the Union’s Northern States were opposed to slave ownership while American democrats in the Southern States supported were opposed to its abolishment…

           

American Civil War and Surrender at Appomattox Courthouse

American civil war forms a significant part of American history. Fought from conflicting interests between the Union and the Confederates, the war lasted for four years and led to more casualties than all the wars the country had edged into, combined. The war also marked the turning point for their unity of the American people, …

           

RATIFIED AND UNRATIFIED AMENDMENTS TO THE U.S CONSTITUTION

The United States Constitution has been ratified several times since it was adopted to accommodate the rights of American citizens. The changes were necessary in accommodating the change in times as the country expanded in both economy and population. The amendment forms the bill of rights as promoted by the constitution. The essay is an …

           

Abraham Lincoln and Abolishment of Slavery

Abraham Lincoln and his abolishment of slavery is, for several reasons, an important part of the greater American history. First, Abraham Lincoln’s ban on slavery largely contributed to conflict between America’s Northern and the Southern States leading to the American civil war. It also forms the greatest legacy that President Abraham Lincoln is remembered for …