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Advances in Civil Rights (1862-1900)

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Timeline small square Civil War Begins
Timeline small square Confiscation Act Passed The shift in position that this law passing showed was an adavance although otherwise it did little to gain that title. It was mostly a measure of war designed to destabilize the South, and was weakly enforcced if at all.
Timeline small square Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation This precursor to the final Emancipation Proclamation, issued by Araham Lincoln was as much an act of military strategy as abolitionism. It allowed the South four monthes to cease their rebellion or all slaves would be emancipated.
Timeline small square Emancipation Proclamation The proclamation freed all slaves in states that had not returned to the Union. It had no effect whatsoever on those behing Union lines.
Timeline small square Senate Adopts the 13th Amendment The Senate adopted the 13th amendment to the United States Constitution, officially ending slavery in the United States.
Timeline small square Congress Grants Equal Pay Equal pay is granted to all soldiers in the Union Army, regardless of race.
Timeline small square House adopts 13th Amendment The House of Representatives passes the 13th Amendment.
Timeline small square Civil War Ends
Timeline small square Reconstruction Begins
Timeline small square 13th Amendment Ratified The 13th amendmeent is ratified. Slavery is officially abolished in the Untied States.
Timeline small square Civil Rights Act Passed This Civil Rights act would, for a few years anyway, equalized the rights of Blacks in the United States.
Timeline small square Reconstruction ends This would put a damper on most of the civil rights progress that had been made, and little other progress would made for nearly 90 years.
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