slaves in the south.
It freed the slavery!!!
I THINK THE ANSWER IS IN 1863
it made more blacks try to escape
The Emacipation Proclamation was written by Abraham Lincoln. It stated that there was to be no more slavery in the Union states.
The first African American to visit the White House was Fredrick Douglas After Pres. Lincoln signed the Emacipation Proclamation.
...keeping the British out of the war. After the issue of the Proclamation, they could not aid the Confederates without looking pro-slavery.
He thought slave labor helped the Confederacy
The Emancipation Proclamation was issued in Washington, DC, by President Lincoln, and freed those slaves held in territory then in rebellion against the government of the United States of America. As a result, it did not free anyone until Confederate lands were conquered after the Proclamation was signed. Those slaves held in lands already under the control of Union forces were not affected by the Proclamation.
the proclamation of was signed in New Mexico
The proclamation of 1763. It was signed by king george.
With a flourish
Because the Union had at last scored a victory (Antietam), so he could issue the Proclamation without making it look like a desperate measure.
it was signed in virginia on 1763 october 7th
You mean the emancipation proclamation that Abe signed.
some slaves signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Emancipation Proclamation was a declaration issued by Abe Lincoln. It is pretty much about equal rights and how no man shall be denied the right to vote and ect.
President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the proclamation in 1966.