PERIOD 5:

1844-1877

really, Period 5?!

The first big battle  of the Civil War, Bull Run, was a little too close for comfort for grocer Wilmer McLean, who lived nearby. So he packed up and moved across state to Appomattox. And it was there , 4 years later, that General Lee surrendered to General Grant in   McLean's parlor, effectively ending the Civil War . 

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PERIOD 5 ARTIFACTS (aka, primary sources)

THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS
LINCOLN ON SLAVERY
SLAVERY AS A POSITIVE GOOD
ALABAMA SLAVERY CODE
MANIFEST DESTINY
GO DOWN MOSES
SINGING OF FREEDOM
CHARITY
ANDERSON
I FINALLY GOT RELIGION
THE PEOPLE OF MICHIGAN V. ABEL F. FITCH AND OTHERS
SPECIAL REPORT
OF MR. JOSEPH WHITWORTH
ABOLITIONIST THEODORE PARKER
DRED SCOTT V. SANFORD
FRAGMENT FROM SENTATE RACE SPEECH
"WHAT SHALL THE SOUTH DO?"

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