Afam 101 July 23

Afam 101 July 23 - Afam 101 - July 23, 2007 there were 11...

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Afam 101 July 23, 2007 - there were 11 states in the confederacy and 13 stars on the confederate flag - from the confederate perspective there was the formation of two countries in the U.S. - South Carolina considered itself disenfranchised - What expands with slavery? Black people - Lincoln believed that black people weren’t good for the U.S. - SC had a black majority and that it was problematic for white power - SC left December 20 th 1860 and then 6 followed after - The second to leave was Mississippi on January 9 th 1861 a state heavily dedicated to cotton - Next was Florida Jan. 10th, then Jan 11th Alabama, Jan 19 th Georgia, Jan 26 Louisiana and Feb. 1 Texas - Jefferson Davis Feb. 18 and was the president of the confederate states - Lincoln became president March the 4 th - April 14 th the fort was taken over by the confederates and this followed by Lincoln to call for war and he asked for each state to provide troops - Tennessee and Arkansas left on May 6 th - VA left on Feb. 19 th - North Carolina didn’t succeed until May 20
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course AFAM 101 taught by Professor Mcmillan during the Summer '07 term at UNC.

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