The Emancipation Proclamation was written and issued by President Lincoln. The Proclamation consisted of 2 executive orders. The initial order was issued and went into effect on September 22, 1862, 5 days after the Union had claimed victory in the Battle of Antietam, Maryland. The final or second part of the Proclamation, was issued and went into effect on January 1, 1863.
Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on September 22, 1862. That was the first part. The second part which officially went in effect January 1, 1863 during the second year of the American Civil War. If the slaves were not under federal control by that date, they would be emancipated. The affected states were named in the second part issued on January 1,1863. Bascially, he issued the Emancipation Proclaimation midway through the war.
Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation only declared freedom to slaves in the Confederacy. Since the CSA didn't acknowledge Lincoln's authority, it disregarded the Proclamation. Slave holding states still in the Union were exempt from freeing their slaves, because Lincoln feared it would push them to secede. The Emancipation Proclamation was not set to go into effect for 90 days after its proclamation. After that it went into effect in the areas conquered by Union forces.
The Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves in the Southern states, who already broke off from the union. This meant that President Lincoln had no control over whethere these slaves would be free or not. But once a Southern town or area was freed by Union soldiers, the slaves would be free. This caused help for the Union army from former slaves. The Emancipation Proclamation went into effect January 1, 1863.
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Nobody was "at" Emancipation Proclamation. The Emancipation Proclamation, was a set of 2 executive orders, written and issued by President Lincoln. President Lincoln thought emancipation was justified as a military necessity to preserve the Union. "If the Proclamation of Emancipation was essentially a war measure, it had the desired effect of depriving the Confederacy of much of its valuable laboring force.