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278.279. A historian could rely on the information this official government document contains as evidence of a policy of the Lincoln administration.280.281.282.283. This document is all that is necessary for a historian to write a complete narrative of the southern perspective on the issue of slavery.284.285.286.287.Identify each statement about the Emancipation Proclamation as either true or false.288.Statement289.T290.F291. A historian could rely on the information this official government document contains as evidence for the Lincoln administration’s position on slavery at the beginning of 1863.292.293.294.295. This document contains evidence of the geographic regions found to be "in rebellion against the United States."296.297.298. 299. Historians could use this sole document as evidence to support a thesis on the southern perspective on the issue of slavery.300.301.302.
303.What is one reason given for freeing the slaves in areas that were in rebellion? 307.What did President Lincoln encourage those newly freed from slavery to do?Check all thatapply. According to the proclamation, which branch of government supports the freedom of thoseemancipated through the order? 315.Which of the following states were considered to be in rebellion?Check all that apply. 316.West Virginia317.Arkansas318.Florida 319. Identify each statement about Davis’s address as either true or false.
320.Statement321.T322.F323. This source contains evidence that may be used to support an argument regarding Davis’s rationale for issuing a response to Lincoln’s proclamation.324.325.326.327. Historians could use this sole document to construct a narrative on the perspective of the Abolitionists in 1863.328.329.330.331. Within this document, President Davis demonstrates his resolve to act in accord with his official responsibilities.332.333.334.335.Identify each statement about Davis’s address as either true or false.336.Statement337.T338.F339. A historian could rely on the information this government document contains as evidence of the position maintained by Jefferson Davis.340.341.342.343. Historians would need only this document to construct a narrative on the northern perspective on slavery in 1863.344.345.346.347. This source contains evidence that may be used to support an argument regarding the southern response to the Emancipation Proclamation.348.349.350.
351. Use the dropdown menus to complete the paragraph.352.According to Davis, serves as the "cornerstone of a Western Republic." He claims that the states most emphatically opposed to this practice contained persons of African descent within all of their borders than within any single non-slave state.

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