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The Civil War was one of the events that added to the rich history of the United States capitol The Civil War started in April 12 1861 through April 9 1865 It took more American lives then any other war in history It divided the people in some families fought against there own brothersThe war was between the Southern States and the Northern States The Southern States were trying to preserve slavery and an agricultural way of life and the Northern States dedicated to a more modern day of life and to ending slavery The terrible bloodshed left a heritage of grief and bitterness that only declined slowly and even today it has not fully disappeared yet The civil war was also called The War between States and The War of Secession The Southern State troops fired first at the Fort Sumter in the US military post in Charleston South Carolina The compromise of 1850 was that a group of acts passed down by Congress in hope to stop or settle the slavery conflict Giving some satisfaction to both of the states to compromise that slavery should still go on but prohibited in the slave trade in Washington DC They admitted California to be a free state in the Union but they got acquired territories They get to decide the right to permit slavery in that particular state The Abolitionist disobeyed the law by operating the Underground Railroad a system of routes and a housing for run away slaves to escape The routes let from slave states to Canada and the free states A number of rescue attempts that the abolitionist did resulted in riots and in several deaths Development in the political party system In the Kansas- Nebraska act they found a Republican Party in the North in 1854 The republicans considered slavery evil in many ways and opposed its extention in the Western territories Many Whigs and Democratsmembers
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