his original main goal was the restore the union. he freed the slaves in about the middle of the war.
Abraham Lincolns main goal at first was to keep the states together. But later slavery was included but no by choice. It just mixed in and was part of it till the end
His goal was to preserve the Union.
restoring southern representation in congress
To destroy the institution of slavery.
To preserve the Union.
quickly restore the Union..
preserve the union and end slavery
to expand the power of state governments
After April 12, 1861 it became keeping the union together.
To bring the Southern states back into the Union.
when the civil war began, what was the main goal of the union (the north)
Yes, Lincolns war goal was to Restore the Union.
Keeping the Union together. That was it. Anything else that he did or attempted to do while in office was just a means to reach that goal.
President Lincoln's main goal was to reunite the union.
To restore the unity of the USA - and, by implication, to save the cotton revenues
Abraham Lincoln was president at the time of the US Civil War. His goal was to end the Southern rebellion. He was a Unionist and not a Confederate.
He didnt have too much to say after the war, because he was assassinated right around the end of the war.
Simply to win the south back after they seceded from the union
Lincoln's goal was to preserve the union - which he did.
Unification of the States
Before and after he was elected President, his main goal was to solve the problem of slavery forever and preserve the union of the United States. He had dreams of a peaceful solution of some kind before the war began, looking for ways to end the practice. When the war began, his vision was a quick victory. He had plans for reconstruction of the South and dealing with the freed slaves in some constructive way.
to keep or preserve the union together
The American Civil War was very successful. Abraham Lincoln's goal was to end slavery and unite the country together. The Civil War accomplished both those goals!
To bring the union back together.
Early on, Lincoln wanted to reunite the Union. Later, he added Emancipation as a goal.