By Kevin Hillstrom
Describes and translates the period of the Civil conflict, its occasions, and issues with viewpoints, definitions, record themes, chronologies, sidebars, and facts.
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During the eighteenth century, a Pennsylvania colony established by English colonialist William Penn (1644–1718) became a stronghold of Quaker life. Members of the Society of Friends who lived in America recognized that the practice of slavery was an immoral one. Their strong belief in the equality of all people, no matter what their race or background, led Quaker leaders to organize the first formal protests against slavery on American soil. In 1688, Quakers in Germantown, Pennsylvania, publicly demonstrated against the slave trade, the first of many such Quaker protests.
1818–1895): escaped slave who became a leading abolitionist E Jubal Early (1816–1894): Confederate lieutenant general who led the 1864 campaign in Shenandoah Valley; also fought at First Bull Run, Second Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania xl American Civil War: Almanac F David G. Farragut (1801–1870): Union admiral who led naval victories at New Orleans and Mobile Bay G Ulysses S. Grant (1822–1885): Union general who commanded all Federal troops, 1864–65; led Union armies at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Chattanooga, and Petersburg; eighteenth president of the United States, 1869–77 H Henry W.
By the end of the 1700s, when America became an independent nation, slavery in the North was fading away. Even some wealthy Southern slaveholders expressed hope that slavery might pass out of existence some day. In the early 1800s, however, the South’s reliance on slavery increased as white landholders turned to the labor-intensive crop of cotton for their livelihood. This development was a bitter disappointment to people opposed to slavery. African colonization Early abolitionists The very first abolitionist demonstration in America took place in 1688.
American Civil War Reference Library by Kevin Hillstrom