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Why were poll taxes created

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When Abraham Lincoln was elected president what was the result for the southern states

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Q: What did southerners think about general William t sherman?
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In the movie Gone With the Wind what did southerners think about general William t sherman?

We still hate him.


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Even though Union General Joseph Hooker had an enormous two to one advantage of General Lee's army, not every Union general held a favorable view of Hooker's ability to lead the Army of the Potomac. In a letter to President Lincoln, General Sherman expressed these words: " I know Hooker well and tremble to think of his handling of 100,000 men in the presence of Lee. I fear the result of an advance by Hooker on Lee". Sherman proved to be correct and Lee's greatest victory at the Battle of Chancellorsville was close at hand.


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Professor William Waterman Sherman is a made up character in the book The Twenty-One Ballooons by William Pene du Bois. He is a professor for the Western Explorers Club in San Fransisco. He travels in a balloon from San Fransisco to Krakatoa in 1883. This book is fictional, but I think that the island Krakatoa is real. look it up for proof.


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