The War Of The Civil War

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“Yee-Haw!” one rebellious little child yelled at the white scalawag, walking down the street, as he zoomed by on his horse. The Civil War, a war between the North and South in The United States of America fought over state’s rights, slavery, and nullification. This war was fought mostly in the South, which caused tons and tons of damage emotionally physically and politically to the South. In the following paragraphs, what exactly reconstruction is, how it and the war affected The United States of America, and who was involved, will be disguised.
Soon after the Civil War ended in 1865, Northerners started to debate over how the confederate states should be brought back into the Union. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia were the states that Union were debating on bringing back into the Country. Before the war ended, President Lincoln already began the restoration. He was wanting to build a strong Republican party in the South and to end the madness caused by war, he issued a proclamation of reconstruction for those areas of the Confederacy occupied by the Union. It offered pardon, with certain exceptions, to any Confederate who would swear to support the Constitution and the Union. Once a group in any conquered state equal in number to one tenth of that state 's total vote in the presidential election of 1860 took the prescribed oath and organized a government that abolished slavery. After…

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