US History Final - John Brown Abolitionist that started failed Harpers Ferry riots ultimately hanged because of efforts 1859 Lincoln\/Douglas debates

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John Brown Abolitionist that started failed Harpers Ferry riots, ultimately hanged because of efforts, 1859 Lincoln/Douglas debates Debates held in 7 cities Douglas, democrat, popular sovereignty, let the people decide, supreme court’s decisions not as important as people’s decisions Lincoln, valued SCOTUS decisions and got elected in 1860 election, “A House Divided will Not Stand” The Civil War - different strategies, leaders, battles Civil war begin at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, ended in Spring 1865 with Robert E. Lee surrendering to Ulysses Grant in Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia South Leaders, Pierre Beauregard, Stonewall Jackson, JEB Stuart, Nathan Bedford Forrest North Leaders , Ulysses Grant, William Sherman, George McClellan, Joshua Chamberlain Battles, Battle of Bull Run, “Stonewall” Jackson nickname born, Confederates won, Battle of Antietam Union victory, Battle of Gettysburg turning point for the North Emancipation Proclamation Issued by Lincoln in 1863, freed slaves in Confederate states Election of 1860 and 1864 1860, Lincoln v Douglas, Lincoln won 1864, Lincoln v McClellan, Lincoln won The Homefront - Civil War Women taking care of men’s duties while they were at war Conspiracy to Assassinate Lincoln Lincoln assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865, at Ford’s Theater in D.C. Reconstruction 1865-1877, rebuilding the South after the Civil War 13th, 14th, 15th Amendments 13, banned slavery, 1865 14, overturned Dred Scott case that stated slaves weren’t citizens, gave all citizens due process 15, gave blacks right to vote legally, but not really due to grandfather clauses and tests, 1870 Robber Barons v. Captains of Industry Robber Baron, bad people during the industrial revolution Captains of Industry, good people during the industrial revolution, Carnegie, steel, Vanderbilt, railroad The Western Frontier Cowboys, barbed wire stopped cowboys Spanish-American War 1898, originated in 1895 in Cuba, with Spain sinking the USS Maine, Theodore Roosevelt and “Rough Riders”, ended with Treaty of Paris which made Spain gave up Cuba, gave US Guam and Puerto Rico, and sovereignty over Philippines Panama Canal French first attempted, failed, US took over, finished in 1913 5 things that led to WW I Mutual defense alliances, imperialism, militarism, nationalism, assassination of Archduke
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