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Just A History Question I Need Help On About Slaves.

US HISTORY HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 4 Questions. ?

1. Consider the events leading, directly or indirectly, to the Civil War. Was slavery the main issue for the war's beginning? What were other contributing factors?

2. If slavery began in this country in 1619, why did it take 200 years for it to become such a divisive issue? What specific events helped to make slavery an issue of public debate? What did white people in the South believe that their liberty required the continuation of slavery?

3. Do you agree or disagree with Lincoln's idea that in a constitutional democracy no section of hte nation is free to break away -- that to attempt to leave is rebellion.

4. Why did the spirit of compromise which had helped the nation which had helped the nation avoid civil war in earlier crises totally break down by 1830?

Each of these question should have a paragraph length answers. Please give me ideas as to how to answers this questions.

Thanks!!

Just a history question I need help on! About slaves.?

There is probably info on this in ur textbook, but here are some thoughts:

While weapons were important, manpower was very important in this time in history. A larger army gave a considerable advantage. Using slaves increased the size of one's army.
For the British this meant using less of their sons to go to war in a 'foreign' land. For the Americans, it meant taking slaves away from their work, but increased the chances of victory.

The slaves benefited by getting away from difficult work. Many were promised payment. Some were promised freedom. See the link below:

Please help, I need help on a history question.?

What events strengthened the antislavery movement in the years just before the Civil War? I have done much research and this I have found myself unsuccessful. If someone could help me out on the subject it would be greatly appreciated :] thanks.

Help on some history questions!?!?!?

1. Why would Americans in free states want the slave states to remain part of the United States, as opposed to just letting them leave the Union?

A. Most Northerners recognized the South as part of the United States and felt that the South was crucial to the country's economy.

B. Most Northerners supported a very strong federal government and believed that only government control could end slavery.

C. Most Northerners believed the only way to change the slave-holding states was to keep them in the Union and work for change through legislative means.

D. Most Northerners wanted the slave states to remain in the Union so that the Underground Railroad would continue to bring cheap labor to the North.

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2. Which answer correctly explains how the Union had an advantage over the Confederacy in the Civil War with regard to leadership?

A. The Confederacy had very few military schools within its borders.

B. The Confederacy had almost no tradition of brave military leaders.

C. The Union had a strong, decisive leader in Abraham Lincoln.

D. The Union had famous generals like Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.


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3. Which answer best details one advantage held by the Confederate States in the Civil War?

A. The Confederate States had more resources to put into the war effort.

B. The Confederate States had superior military leadership for the war.

C. The Confederate States had a strong, decisive leader and support from other countries.

D. The Confederate States had slaves that they used as spies and guides in the Union States.

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Why don't you research this on google?
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Just 3 US HISTORY questions i need help with! please help quickly!!!?

1. Slavery... They tried to deal with the expansion of the US in new territories in the west. Most people didn't want slavery to spread, but the slave states didn't want to be outnumbered by non-slave states. These compromises were only temporary fixes leading to the Civil War.

2. The anti-federalists didn't want a strong central government (because it might become like the unfair European monarchies) so I'm assuming your teacher wants you to talk about the development of the system of checks and balance. I.E. how the government has the three separate judicial branches, executive/the President, legislative/the Senate, and judicial/supreme court.

3. I'm not sure what the third question is asking. It might have to do with the Great Depression or the Dust Bowl because Dorothy's family is farmers that are struggling I think.

Anyways hope this helps.

Slavery questions (History Homework)- PLEASE HELP!!?

Here are some questions that I have to do for homework. I honestly can't find anything in books or internet and if I do, I don't understand it. Please no answers like 'do your own homework', if you can't answer these then please just don't answer.

But if you do have a link to a website that I can find the answers on then please copy and paste them here!

1. Where is slavery still common?
2. How do people become slaves?
3. What do we wear that are made by people in slavery?
4/ How do people escape from slavery?
5. Is there anything people can do in the UK can do to fight slavery?
6. Which organisations work against slavery?

You don't have to answer them all, just one or two would be perfect. Thanks!

Please help me with my history!!! 10 points!!! only 15 questions!!! :)?

1.It declared that residence in a free territory did not make a slave free.

2.the course of legal proceedings carried out regularly in accordance with established rule.

3.It repealed the Missouri Compromise.

4.the near destruction of the free-soiler town of Lawrence, Kansas.

5. Kansas farm owners & Nebraska Farmers (not sure)

6.Dred Scott remained a slave, The fugitive slave law was declared unconstitutional,A slave was ruled to be a non-citizen with no right to sue in federal court,The Missouri Compromise was declared unconstitutional,Proslavery people were alarmed.

7. True (not sure)

8.True

9.True

10.prevent the spread of slavery

11.True

12.False (not sure)

13.John Brown became an abolitionist martyr & A popular song denounced Brown and the deaths he caused.

14.Colonel Robert E. Lee

15.to destroy the ammunition used by the North


Hope this helps!:)

History question of the presidential eclection of 1860?

hi everyone i have to do two history essays due tomorrow!! and i would really appreciate your help with this! okay i understand how to do my second essay but this one i dont know how!! you see i am not doing very well in this history class, i am failing, so if you could like help me through this or just do it for me ;-) hehe. okay here it is..

Explain how the election of 1860 was the final blow that initiated the start of the Civil War. Provied Examples..

yeah i dont get it..hehe and the essays dont have to be long!! just probably 2 paragraphs,maybe! please everyone i really appreciate your help! also, if you do this for me and i pick you as best answer i will give you 10 points, but in order for me to do that you gotta tell me how! hehe =]

thanks everyone for your help and effort,
Dani

Is the report on the history of slavery in the Southern Baptist Convention just virtue signaling, or an honest examination of the past?

You’re kidding me, right???Does that make the 18th Amendment which outlawed slavery virtue signalling for the US? Taking a stand against racism is virtue signaling now? This makes it inescable to be non-racist. Thats an absurd position. Thats why the language of virtue signaling is incredibly dubious.We don’t have access to their intents, but their mission seems 100% good on this issue.Not to mention, any question about virtue signaling ends up being a form of virtue signaling (so in a best case scenario for you, this is a bit of pot and kettle)