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Southern slaves fleed through the underground railroad into freedom in the North. Some reacted to the Civil War slaves fought on either side. On both sides they were still considered expendable.

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Now in this day and age we feel that this war was one of the most important, winning the freedom of many. Back then though: in the begging and threw all of the war the South had a fighting spirit that ending with the surrender of general Lee, but at the end of Lincoln's second term the North felt it was a waste of time, so in that election Lincoln's running mate, a former union general, wanted things to go back to "pre-war" times. But after a few wins by the North, it boosted the fighting spirit, letting Lincoln win the election.

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Tired, hungry, and scared. Because they did not know weather they were going to die or not.

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I bet they were afraid of losing the war because they didn't want to give up slavery because it was too important to their economy and they knew they would have to if they lost the war.

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Northerners believed that secession of the Southern state was unconstitutional

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The North or the South?

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