Even though Dred Scott v. Sandford is looked at to be the most controversial court case in American history, it is known better for what it led to after its controversial decision. Dred Scott, an African American slave, was bought by his owners and taken to free states but was never given his freedom. Scott […]

America is greatly admired and looked upon by many due to its development, technology, modern infrastructure, political stability and many more. It’s been viewed as “the land of opportunity” because of people’s belief that any dream can be accomplished in the country and everyone is accepted irrespective of who they are, yet, America being a […]

Social and Cultural Uncle Tom’s Cabin v.s. Cesar Chavez Cesar Chavez had a greater impact on US history because he was able to unite the nation through fighting for farmers rights (via grape boycott) and continued to help found the National Farm Workers Association. Nativism v.s. NAACP Nativism had a greater impact on US history […]

The Civil War was and is one of the most outstanding events in the history of the United States. It was a military conflict that occurred in the United States, between 1861 and 1865 (when Abraham Lincoln is elected president). Where the North States fought against the Confederate States of America, composed of the countries […]

Abraham Lincoln, Republican, American politician, thinker, strategist, abrogate of black slavery. The 16 th President of the United States during his presidency, the Civil War broke out, known as the Civil War, Lincoln firmly opposed the division of the country. He abolished slavery in the rebellious states, enacted the Homestead Act, and proclaimed the Emancipation […]

In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln declared, Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth, upon this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that “all men are created equal.” Lincoln’s words tug at the heartstrings of his audience by referencing the many years of perseverance poured into the […]

April 21, 1865, the remains of the United States 16th president slowly departed from Washington. As Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train repeated his same 1200 mile journey on his way to his first inauguration from Washington to Springfield, millions of people stood by. This was a nation mourning not only for their authentic hero, but they […]

The discourse given by Abraham Lincoln during one of his House appearances in the year 1858 essentially sums up his general mission against servitude, which is the thing that he is known for. It discussed how significant it is for the U.S. government to see its kin similarly. Exclusively thusly can the public authority rule.  […]

Abraham Lincoln is the 16th president of United States of America. Abraham Lincoln, a self-taught lawyer, legislator and vocal opponent of slavery, was elected 16th president of the United States in November 1860, shortly before the outbreak of the Civil War. Lincoln proved to be a shrewd military strategist and a savvy leader. His Emancipation […]

President Lincoln persevered through uncommon pressing factors during the long Civil War. He carried on notwithstanding commanders who weren’t prepared to battle, death dangers, quibbling among his Cabinet individuals, enormous death toll on the front lines, and resistance from gatherings like the Copperheads. Be that as it may, Lincoln stayed fearless and persisted. He didn’t […]

Disdain violations and horde savagery are nothing new, however that reality that disdain wrongdoings have gone up practically 60% in 2017 contrasted with earlier years has raised many inquiries. Many individuals believe that Donald Trump being in office has given those with extremist perspectives even more a stage to complete disdain wrongdoings, particularly since they […]

On April 16, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was killed by scandalous entertainer and against unionist backstabber John Wilkes Booth. Corner had fostered a profound cultivated scorn against abolitionist subjugation, and, not set in stone Southerner willing to chance anything for his country, he intended to revolt. With numerous co-plotters, Booth incubated a plot to capture […]

Introduction The following essay is a summary of the address delivered by Abraham Lincoln during the time he was dedicating the cemetery of Gettysburg during the American civil war 1863. The speech came just after the war with the belief of transcendentalism which came upon with Henry, Ralph, Margaret and other members in a club. […]

The Antebellum Era in the American South lasted roughly seventy-five years, beginning in the late eighteenth century and ending with the outbreak of the Civil War. During this time, Southern society was deeply divided by wealth. Only 0.1 percent of whites owned more than 100 slaves, while 76.1 percent owned none at all. Even so, […]

The Emancipation Proclamation was one of the most important historic moments in the history of the United States. This document was created by President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. At this time, slavery had been abolished in most of the world and was considered cruel by most countries. However, the United States had major […]

Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, is well known as one of the Great Emancipator in United States history and The Emancipation Proclamation is one of the most highly criticized and analyzed documents of his Presidency. On the surface the proclamation granted the freedom of every slave in the Confederate States of […]

On January 1st, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation as the nation approached its third year of the Civil war. The proclamation declared “that all persons held as slaves, within the rebellious states are, and henceforward shall be free.” But the Emancipation Proclamation was limited in many ways, it only applied states that […]

Slavery was brought to the United States in the year 1619. When twenty African slaves boarded a Dutch ship, sailed across the Atlantic and eventually made landfall in Jamestown Virginia. Despite the resources slavery brought to America in the 1620s, when technology such as the cotton gin was created Americans started becoming entitled, and slavery […]

The issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation was largely influenced by Abraham Lincoln’s negative opinion of slavery, however he was also under pressure from his peers and the slave owners of the United States as well. The President expressed his dislike for the concept of slavery in documents and speeches more than thirty years before the […]

The presidential election of 2016 between democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump was a barbarous and crude feud between not only the nominees but the citizens of the United States. This race was touted as one of the most hostile and cut-throat contests for the presidency, from the back and forth social […]

Lincoln, the 16th president of the US, is renowned for his role in leading the nation through the Civil War, abolishment of slavery, modernization of the economy and stabilization of the US federal government. This paper aims to provide a brief history of Abraham Lincoln’s life as well as a comprehensive analytic review of the […]

I argue that Lincoln performed everything in his power and to the best of his abilities, to abolish slavery and redirect the nation’s opinion of it. Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth President of the United States. He was also known as Honest Abe. Unlike most presidents, Lincoln’s family was not rich or well educated. However, […]

President Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America. He was elected in the year 1860, beating out Stephen A. Douglas in the election of 1860. Lincoln would be the first republican president the country would ever have. He would have Hannibal Hamlin as his Vice President during his first term as […]

I chose this event since this time in history was a turning point in America. Prior to President Abraham Lincoln signing the Emancipation Proclamation on September 22, 1862, slavery was a huge trade in the United States. But Abraham Lincoln’s main goal was to unite both halves of the Union. Since the entire purpose of […]

Abraham Lincoln is a very known individual that simply started off as a self-taught lawyer then worked his way up to be the United States sixteenth president. He was born on February 12, 1809, in Hardin County, Kentucky. His schooling was very limited, and he also had to work to constantly support his family. Later […]

On April 15, 1865 at 7:22am America lost one of the greatest Presidents in all history. President Abraham Lincoln assassinated by one single bullet shot behind the left ear by a young man named, John Wilks Booth. John Wilks Booth a young American actor followed into the steps of his father, Julius Brutus Booth one […]

Abraham Lincoln and the Second American Revolution, by James M. McPherson, is a novel that is a compilation of seven separate essays created from papers and lectures that McPherson fabricated on his own. Due to the usage of these seven essays on the same subject, the novel creates some redundancy. Nevertheless, this gives McPherson the […]

Abraham Lincoln was one of the most influential politicians in history, however, his assassination in the year 1865 pulled the whole country into grief. Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the U.S. and entered office before the Civil War. He was elected due to his trustworthiness, superior intellectual knowledge, and humanity. During his presidency, […]

William Tecumseh Sherman was a Union general during the Civil War, playing a crucial role in the victory over the Confederate States and becoming one of the most famous military leaders in U.S. history. The logistical brilliance on fiery display during Sherman’s March to the Sea from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia, then north into the […]

Abraham Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address at the Solder’s national cemetery on November 13, 1863 (Biography.com). Lincoln did not attend much school growing up. He mostly learned everything he knew from reading books. His parents recalled him walking miles just to get another book he could read (Biography.com). When he got older he decided that […]

On November 19, 1863, Abraham Lincoln gave his famous speech, and possibly the most memorable speech of all time, the Gettysburg address. He held his speech at the site of the bloodiest battle in the civil war, where more than 51 thousand casualties were shared between the Confederate and Union army (American Battlefield Trust, 2018). […]

The American Civil War is the first real modern war in America. Most of the technology and weaponry used in the Civil War can be traced back to the Industrial Revolution era. The Industrial Revolution was a time of profound transformation that resulted in new manufacturing processes. It was a time of intense change that […]

The Civil War is one of the most crucial events that shaped the course of American history, and its outcome had a significant impact on the development of the country that is today the United States of America as we know it. We could have been a divided nation where slavery would have still been […]

The civil war was a major point in American history. It was the breaking point of the United States of America and determined the future of America. Imagine the Union army not winning the American Civil War, where would America be today? Understanding the causes that led to the Civil War and the outcome it […]

The Civil war impacted the world by creating challenges such as death, racism, and things that did not have a solution because of the lack of supplies that was provided. The things and people such as Abraham Lincoln, Jim Crows, and War Soldiers took a big part in the Civil War Because of their choices […]

In his second inaugural address in March 1865, Abraham Lincoln looked back at the beginning of the Civil War four years earlier. All knew, he said, that slavery was somehow the cause of the war (Brinkley, 372). Barely any historians question the fundamental actuality of Lincoln’s announcement, however they have differed strongly about whether slavery, […]

In view of this, the battle was also heightened by a combination of several sociopolitical circumstances. Secession. The split between the southern states and the northern states became evident when the southern decided to disaffiliate (“Civil war”). However, the president responded that the decision had no logical backing, making it illegal to separate and form […]

When Americans think of African-Americans in the deep south before the Civil War, the first image that comes to mind is one of slavery. However, many African-Americans secured their freedom and lived in a state of semi-freedom even before slavery was abolished by war. Free blacks lived in all parts of the United States, but […]

The civil war was one of the biggest events our nation edured. Four years of gruesome battle over freedom and equality. It changed our nation and it changed us. The war itself started in 1861 on April 12th. However the issues of the civil war started long before that. The consequences would last centuries. In […]

President Abraham Lincoln was very impactful man who had a legacy throughout our nation, and the Civil War, during his election, speeches, writings, tactics, and even his death. Right after Abraham Lincoln was elected into office, the southern states seceded. His election did have an effect on this event. The southerners believed that a Republican […]

The Civil War took place between April 12, 1861 – May 9, 1865. The Confederate fired at Fort Sumter in South Carolina in Charlestons Harbor that was the beginning of four long years. Both the North and South now had to prepare for the war ahead. Once America gained its independence from Britain the North […]

Abraham Lincolns election of 1860 was that start to something new and very different for the nation. Lincoln, former member of the Whig party but now a member of the republican party, understood how divided the union was and believed it was his duty to keep the union together, at all costs. Although this election […]

The Civil War is indisputably a significant event in American history. As we know, the war was mainly fought over the dividing issue of slavery with the North opposed to slavery while the South for it. Of course, the Civil War was a result of a series of events. With the invention of the Cotton […]

Historically war has proven to be an excellent facilitator in the spread of disease. War takes advantage of the crowded unsanitary conditions wounded soldiers are placed in. The movement of sick troops from one base to another spreads any infectious diseases from person to person often unexpectedly. The American Civil War was no exception to […]

With African Americans leaving the gathering of Lincoln and white Southerners grasping it, the waiting stun waves from the Civil War, in the long run, drove the gatherings to reconstitute themselves in various ways that are still discussed today. Some say the prime reason for the Civil War was social rights, others say it was […]