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The Emancipation Proclamation . By: Christiana Spinella English 11. Background. Its September of 1862 and Abraham Lincoln is the president. Slavery is at its end, and people aren’t happy! This was said so that the union could be protected and stay intact.

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the emancipation proclamation

The Emancipation Proclamation

By: Christiana Spinella

English 11

background
Background
  • Its September of 1862 and Abraham Lincoln is the president.
  • Slavery is at its end, and people aren’t happy!
  • This was said so that the union could be protected and stay intact.
  • It took Lincoln some time to come to this conclusion.
  • It didn’t end slavery in America but it led to the 13th amendment.
summary
Summary
  • Abraham Lincoln states that all slaves in all states should be set free and without harshness.
  • The freedom of the freed slaves are to be protected and recognized by the militia.
  • All persons are to abstain from violence, and are to be given reasonable wages.
analysis of charged words
Analysis of Charged Words
  • Some charged words in this work are: rebellion, vested, authority, accordance, warranted, and invoke.
  • These words make you want to join the fight against slavery!
  • They can cause anger and strong emotions.
analysis of imagery
Analysis of Imagery
  • Some examples of charged words in this work are: armed rebellion, slaves, and labor faithfully.
  • The images put into your mind are ones of violence and obstruction to the government.
  • They put an image of a newly freed slave being beaten because of his race, and working status.
analysis of persuasive appeals
Analysis of Persuasive Appeals
  • Some examples of persuasive appeals are: good faith, and the slaves being freed.
  • They show that some people can have a heart and can show the goodness to all people not just some.
the significance of this document
The Significance of this Document
  • This document lead to the abolishment of slavery.
  • Also without it we wouldn’t have the same social system we do now. I’m sure that if the emancipation proclamation hadn't of happened then nobody would be where they are now, and with the freedom we have now.
works cited
Works Cited
  • Miller, Douglas. "By the President of the United States of America: A Proclamation."Liberty Online. Procyon Publishing, Oct. 1995. Web. 13 Feb. 2012. <http://libertyonline.hypermall.com/Lincoln/emancipate.html>.