12-1 HIST - Secession and Hostilities The Election of 1860...

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Secession and Hostilities The Election of 1860 Secession and the Confederate States of America Northerners are getting tired of cowering to the south Douglas v. Lincoln “Seeward” is to ‘hammering’ on slavery, so Lincoln wins the Republican spot Lincoln isn’t really a nationalist Lincoln wins EVERY free state Breakenridge wins the south Douglas didn’t really win that much, however he was received everywhere (in which he went everywhere) He preached heavily on UNION and not on cession Lincoln’s believed slavery shouldn’t be expanded, and was pretty much his stance, “not endin slavery in Georgia Southernors didn’t like this because its indicating that slavery would die off SOUTH CAROLINA GEORGIA Etc… These secede Constitution of the Confederates is almost the same A line out of Veto Slavery is completely legal, and amendment is necessary to end 1 term president Fort Sumter Decision to resupply and southern response
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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12-1 HIST - Secession and Hostilities The Election of 1860...

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