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  • #REDIRECT [[U.S. slavery era]]
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  • ...outhern state's rights and a defender of the institution of [[U.S. slavery era|slavery]].
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  • {{r|U.S. History}} {{r|U.S. slavery era}}
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  • {{r|U.S. slavery era}} {{r|U.S. Civil War, Origins}}
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  • {{r|U.S. slavery era}} {{r|U.S. Civil War, Origins}}
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  • {{r|U.S. History}} {{r|U.S. slavery era}}
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  • {{r|U.S. History}} {{r|Confederate States of America}}
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  • {{r|U.S. History}} {{r|U.S. slavery era}}
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  • ...lamation]] but finally and completely by the Thirteenth Amendment to the [[U.S. Constitution|Constitution]]. ...by Indians and free blacks. Some Indians were also held as slaves.<ref>The U.S. took over Alaska in 1867 and ended slavery among the Tlingit tribe there.<
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  • *[[United States of America/Catalogs/States and Territories|U.S. States and Territories]] *[[United States of America/Catalogs/Presidents|Catalog of U.S. Presidents]]
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  • ==Colonial era== {{see also|Slavery, U.S.}}
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  • ...r. Sumner was a leading exponent of abolishing slavery to weaken the Confederacy. Although he kept on good terms with Abraham Lincoln, he was a leader of ...nship. Sumner supported the [[Liberal Republican Party (United States)|Liberal Republicans]] candidate [[Horace Greeley]] in 1872 and lost his power insi
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  • ...ter Geyl, ''The Revolt of the Netherlands: 1555-1609'' (1958) [http://www.questia.com/read/98720656?title=The%20Revolt%20of%20the%20Netherlands%20(1555-16 *[[Pitirim Sorokin]] (1889-1968), Russian-American macrosociology; ''Social and Cultural Dynamics'' (4 vol., 1937
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  • ...Union, led by President [[Abraham Lincoln]], defeated the breakaway Confederacy, led by President [[Jefferson Davis]], thereby preserving the union and r ...ir identity (slavery), seven states from the deep south formed the [[Confederate States of America]] and proclaimed their independence from the United Sta
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  • ...as embodied the [[Republicanism, U.S.|republican political ideals]] and values shared by all Americans, that is, a devotion to personal liberty, rampant i ...nce de León's expedition to Florida in 1513 and the completion of the conquest of the Aztecs quickened Spanish concern with the lands to the north. In 15
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  • ...ut rose as new [[American election campaigns, 19th century|campaign techniques]] were used to mass the party-as-army at the polls on election day, with th ...ans and Whigs that battles over slavery should be avoided. The Jacksonian Era lasted roughly from Jackson's election until the slavery issue became domin
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  • '''U.S. History''' covers the history of the United States from the colonial era to the present. * [[Republicanism, U.S.]]
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  • {{seealso|Federal Bureau of Investigation}} ...uard is part of the [[Department of Homeland Security]], although it can operate under [[United States Navy]] control in combat situations.
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