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Prior to the Civil War there was religious persecution. The Gospel needed to be preached and temples needed to be built. The Lord knew the only way The covenant Lincoln and the war this book makes you think about the american covenant and the need to place Heavenly Father first in this country. The Lord knew the only way to accomplish these major ideas was to have a Civil War. The land of the free and the home of the brave is for everyone who wants to work for it.

Abraham Lincoln, Political Tyrant

To have it we have to put God back into our lives and back into this country. We need to remember that this is God's country. Abraham Lincoln knew this and understood this. He also knew that the Civil war was God's war. President Lincoln knew the war would not end until God had put back in place the American Covenant. Aug 16, Lynette rated it liked it. Now comes the but But, his writing is, in a word, repetitive. I don't know if he had an editor but if he did, they should be shot. His ideas are very interesting and he writes with a passion that is real but it is very repetitive.

I hate when authors tell you the end and then go back over what happened using the same lines over and over. It is ridiculous! I don't want to discourage anyone from reading his books because they are interesting and enlightening. Just be prepared. Feb 06, Lois added it. It was a great book, I liked the Lincoln Hypotheses better but I learned a lot.

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But if you see something that doesn't look right, click here to contact us! Twice a week we compile our most fascinating features and deliver them straight to you. This Day In History. As a young man, Lincoln openly admitted to his lack of faith. As a politician, he spoke about God but refused to say he was a Christian.

How the Cult of Robert E. Clementa Pinckney's great, great grandfather through the slave forebear of his name killed in the Massacre at Mother Emmanuel June 17, President Buchanan had been warned that the South Carolina forts should be reinforced, but he seemed at a loss to know what to do, and failed to act with promptness. In Congress committees were appointed by the Senate and the House to consider what out to be done.

But views of Northern and Southern men were so different that the committees failed to come to agreement. After weeks of uncertainty, Black, the Secretary of State, succeeded in getting Buchanan to send reinforcements to Charleston. The Star of the West with two hundred men on board appeared at the entrance of the harbor, but when she attempted to enter, she was fired upon, and the officers decided to turn back.

Four other states secede.

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Florida left the Union on January 10, They were opposed by Alexander H. Stephens, who did not thin that the election of Lincoln was sufficient cause for secession. Stephens was unable to stem the tide, and Georgia seceded. A week later Louisiana took a similar step. In Texas the secessionists had great difficulty, for they were opposed by Governor Sam Houston, a strong Unionist. In spite of the governor a convention assembled and decided to join the other seceding states.


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The Confederate States of America. On February 4, , delegates from all of the seceding states, except Texas, assembled at Montgomery. The Texas delegation arrived later. The convention quickly drew up a constitution which many respects was similar to that of the United States.

The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln

It carefully safeguarded the rights of states, and stated with exactness the powers of the central government. The President of the Confederacy was to hold office for six years and not eligible for reelection. Jefferson Davis. Jefferson Davis was chosen to head the new government, and Alexander H. Stephens, the conservative George statesman, was elected Vice President. On the day that Lincoln was inaugurate, the Confederate Flag, three broad stripes, the outer ones red and the center white, with seven white stars on a blue background, waved over Montgomery.

Lincoln's Inaugural. In his presidential address Lincoln assured the South that he did not intend to interfere with slavery in states where it then existed; he denied the right of a state to secede. Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection. Lincoln chose Seward as his Secretary of State. Seward looked upon the President as an inexperienced frontier lawyer who must be managed.

He assumed that he was to run the government, but he soon discovered that Lincoln was the master of the situation. Without consulting Seward, the President decided to send aid to Fort Sumter. The Confederate government then decided to demand the surrender of the fort. The demand was refused, and in the early dawn of April 12 Confederate guns began to bombard the fort. On the afternoon of the thirteen ''Anderson agreed to give up Fort Sumter, and on the following day the 'Confederate Flag floated over the fort.

Declaration of War. Lincoln's call for troops. The capture of Fort Sumter forced Lincoln to issue a proclamation calling upon the states for 75, men and to summon Congress to meet. Two days later a Massachusetts regiment started for Washington. At Baltimore it met with a hostile mob, and several citizens and soldiers were killed. Southern sympathizers tore up railroad tracks, destroyed bridges, and cut telegraph lines.

For a time Washington was cut off from the outside world.


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Lincoln's call for the troops was considered by the South as a Declaration of War. The Border State - Maryland. The Problem of the border states.

One of the greatest problems that Lincoln had to solve was the holding of the border states in the Union. Many of the people of Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri were in sympathy with the Confederacy. To keep these states from seceding and to assist the Unionists of western Virginia were vital matters.

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Maryland stays in the Union. In Maryland, Baltimore was the storm center. General Butler entered the city with Northern troops. He forbade the sending of supplies to the South and the assembling of military organizations, and ordered state military officers to report to him.

In the election for congressmen the Unionists won and overwhelming majority; from that time on it was evident that Maryland would stay in the Union. Missouri was sadly divided state. The Governor, Claiborne F. Jackson, determined to take Missouri out of the Union. Jackson's refused Lincoln's call for troops, summoned the legislature, and ordered state troops to assemble in encampments.