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American Civil War

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MANUEL CORNEJO, DANIEL ZAFRA

MANUEL CORNEJO, DANIEL ZAFRA

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  • 1. AMERICAN CIVIL WAR Made by: Manuel Cornejo 8 Daniel Zafra 27
  • 2. INDEX
    • 1-CAUSES
    • 2-SIDES
    • 3-PRESIDENTS
    • 4-CONSEQUENCES OF THE WAR
    • 5-BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • 3. CAUSES
    • Social causes:
    • - Northern abolitionist or antislavery advertisements made aganist the southern states vindicating the right of the slaves.
    • Economic causes:
    • The agriculture couldn’t be able to carry out the same benefits because of the slaves.
    • On the other side, the north of the country had a more industrial economy, because of the first industrial revolution.
  • 4.
    • Politics causes:
    • In 1869 Abraham Lincoln, won the elections of the U.S.A.
    • He implemented a program to abolish protectionist and a supporter of slavery.
    • Then, the to sides come to carry out the civil war.
  • 5. SIDES
    • The two opposing sides were:
      • The forces of the Northern States (the Union)
      • The Confederate States of America, composed of eleven Southern states that declared their independence
  • 6. PRESIDENTS
    • The presidents were:
      • James Buchanan
      • Abraham Lincoln
      • Andrew Johnson
  • 7. CONSEQUENCES OF THE WAR
    • Heavy losses on both sides } 600.000 dead and 8.000 million dollars
    • USA become an industrial economic power
    • Booming industry
    • Urban population grow
    • In the south, the slaves were officialy released
    • There arise a new middle class
  • 8.
    • The problems with black americans become a racial issue, social and political.
    • The black americans get civil rights in 1868 an in 1870 the right to vote
    • Liberal Republicans tryed to clean up the political life
    • Administrative ineffiency and corruption
  • 9. THE END

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