Emancipation Proclamation - Kaylee Smith

Emancipation Proclamation - Kaylee Smith

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  • I hope Lincoln makes things better for us. Who knows, we may even be freed.
  • Mississippi 1862
  • I don't know. But I wouldn't get your hopes up. 
  • Get back to work!
  • Washington D.C. 1862
  • What should we do with all of these slaves? They are forced into work and that's not right. 
  • Illinois 1862
  • Hurry! We may not have much time! The slave master must know we are gone by now. 
  • Here, in 1862, these are slaves hoping to be freed soon by President Abraham Lincoln. They are thinking of escaping their horrible slave master. 
  • Washington D.C. 1862
  • I still just don't know what I need to do to calm down slaves.  
  • WAIT! I have an idea
  • Abraham Lincoln is thinking on what to do to help the slaves. He knows that slavery isn't right and doesn't want to have to keep slavery legal. 
  • Washington D.C. September 22, 1862
  • I, Abraham Lincoln, declare the Emancipation Proclamation goes in act January 1, 1863
  • These are fugitives following a conductor on the underground railroad. They have just taken the biggest risk of their lives. They need some hope so they don't have to run anymore. 
  •  Mississippi January 1, 1863
  • Thank the Lord that we can now live in society like everyone else!
  • Lincoln is still thinking on what he needs to do about what is happening with the war and what will hopefully get the Confederates to surrender. 
  • Lincoln declares all slaves in the South are to be freed. However, slaves in the north and in the territories are still enslaved. 
  • Slaves are in the South enjoying their new freedom. Even though, in years to come, they would be judged for the color of their skin. 
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