The 13th Amendment

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  • MAIN IDEA
  • The 13TH AMENDMENT
  • Passed down after the Civil War, the 13th Amendment of Reconstruction banned slavery throughout the United States and all of its territories.
  • SETTING
  • President Lincoln
  • Later the problem began to seperate the North and South.
  • Slavery should be banned from here and slaves should be treated right.
  • EVIDENCE
  • 13th AMENDMENT Section 1: Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Section 2: Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • "I am tired of working in the field day and night while having little to no food to eat. Also, I am sick and tired of how white people are treating us, slaves wrong just because of our race."
  • NORTHERN ABOLITIONISTS WANTS TO END SLAVERY, SO FORMER SLAVES CAN BECOME EQUAL AS AMERICANS AND SHOULD HAVE THEIR OWN RIGHTS TO DO ANYTHING THEY WANT.
  • AUDIENCE
  • NORTH
  • SOUTHERN SLAVE OWNERS WANTS SLAVERY TO CONTINUE BECAUSE THEY THINK SLAVES SHOULD NOT BE EQUAL AS AMERICANS AND NEED TO MAKE MORE MONEY, SINCE RECONSTRUCTION.
  • SOUTH
  • SIGNIFICANCE
  • While the 13th Amendment banned slavery throughout the United States, more and more people of the South started to get angry. The passage the 13th Amendment led to the Civil Rights Act of 1866.
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