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What does the battle of Gettysburg have to do with Civil War

The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the major battles in the US Civil War.

It was a very important win for the North, it was a way that helped the North win the war. I hope this helped.

Where did john Wilkes booth shoot Abraham Lincoln

John Wilkes Booth shot Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater, in Washington DC

How did the civil war affect states' rights

the balance of power between federal and states governments was unchange.

What did the land grant college act of 1862 help establish

state universtites to teach agriculture and mechanical arts.

The union started to control the mississippi river when troops captured

vicksburg

How did the public react to the Battle of Shiloh

the public was shocked and horrified by the large number of dead and injured. (novanet)

Why did john browns raid on harpers ferry fail

He counted on a slave rebellion which did not occur.

Which statement was true under the new fugitive slave act passed in 1850

citizens who helped a runaway slave could be imprisoned

How did African Americans in the south often help union forces

serving as spies and scouts

What conductor on the underground railroad was known as black moses

Harriet Tubamn

The growing immigrant population in US led to the creation of what party

The growing immigrant population in the United States led to the creation of the what?

Who benefited least from a sharecropping arrangement

Slaves and farmers who asked landowners for land to work would be the least benefit since they would get, usually, indebted to that person.

What was one effect the Battle of Gettysburg had on the south

Having lost the Battle of Gettysburg, they had to get out of Pennsylvania after having failed to plunder this prosperous state of the farm and factory produce they sorely needed.

How would the passage of the wade-Davis bill have slowed the reconstruction effort

The Wade-Davis Bill required that a majority of prewar southern voters swear loyalty to the Union.

Which outcome of reconstruction most likely appealed to both blacks and whites in the south

The Emancipation Proclamation. This allowed both white and black slaves to become free in the south, although it was not the most popular law in that area.

How did Abraham Lincoln help ensure that border states supported the union

He insisted that his only goal was to save the union, not end slavery

What is true about the fugitive slave act adopted in 1850

It required private citizens to help apprehend runaway slaves.

Why did Lincoln announce early in the Civil War that he would not free enslaved people

He wanted to avoid war and keep the nation together. He tried to compromise, thinking he could find a peaceful way to prevent war and secession. When he realized that war was inevitable, and it would be violent and bloody, he decided that the post war United States of America should be a free nation with no slaves. That the deaths and killing in the Civil War should be for a purpose, and to end slavery in the USA once and for all.

In what way did mathew bradys photographs make a lasting impact on the country after the civil war

Brady shot standing pose photos that captured the solemn character of a revered military leader.

Why did Lincoln decide to change his official stand on slavery

because of antislavery sentiment at home and abroad

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