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American Civil War. Almanac

Describes and translates the period of the Civil conflict, its occasions, and subject matters with viewpoints, definitions, file issues, chronologies, sidebars, and facts.

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A growing system of laws also helped Northern businesses pros- Yes, I saw some pretty hard things during slave times. At Glasgow, Missouri, I saw a woman sold away from her husband. She had a two months’ old baby in her arms and was crying. A driver asked her what she was bellowing about. She said she didn’t want to leave her husband. He told her to shut up, but she couldn’t and he snatched her little baby from her and threw it into a pen full of hogs. That sounds like a strange story, but I saw it.

President to stop a legislative bill passed by Congress from becoming a law; a bill can become law without the president’s approval only if two-thirds of each chamber of Congress vote again in favor of it; such a vote is known as overriding the president’s veto Words to Know xxxvii People to Know A Robert Anderson (1805–1871): Union major who surrendered Fort Sumter to Confederates in April 1861 John Andrew (1818–1867): governor of Massachusetts, 1860–66; organized the Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts Regiment, the first black Northern unit in the Civil War B Pierre G.

They hunted him with the hounds of Bullen, a great negrohunter. —Isaac Throgmorton, an ex-slave quoted in American Freedmen’s Inquiry Commission Interviews, 1863. and state governments in the Northern United States worked very hard to build an extensive transportation network of railroads, canals, and roads. These transportation options made it much easier for businesses to deliver products to their customers. In addition, many of the Northern states were blessed with an abundance of important natural resources like coal, iron, and timber.

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