Amendments to the Constitution
Harriet Beecher Stowe
They wanted to continue to have slaves
They wanted to be rich
They wanted to protect states' rights
They wanted to be free of England
The attack on Fort Smith
The battle of Gettysburg
The battle of Fort Sumter
The battle of Vickburg
They wrote books and pamphlets against slavery.
They stayed silent.
They gave talks all around the country against slavery.
They told slaves to continue in slavery and get over it.
They gave the South all the power.
They made goods from other countries more expensive than those in the North, and which encouraged people to buy goods made in the North.
They gave all the money to Abraham Lincoln and his family.
General Robert E. Lee
Gave money to the poor Southerners.
Destroyed railroads, burned homes and businesses in the South, stole cattle and grain
Sent supplies to the North
Heat stroke and bad weather
Rifles could shoot farther and more accurately
They knew the land they were fighting on
Better military generals
More food than the Northern soldiers
Larger population, so more soldiers in their armies
More factories to make supplies for them
More railroads to get supplies to the soldiers
They had better generals.
Their soldiers were stronger.
The Southern soldiers were tired and hungry and out of supplies.