When you hear the term “America”, many different ideas come to mind.
Some of these ideas include loyalty, patriotism, equality, and freedom.It took hundreds of years for America to be known for these ideals. When America wasfirst undergoing settlement, it was introduced to many different people from all across Europe.These settlers from Europe came to America for many different reasons such as religious, economic, and political.
Around the time America began to thrive and the people began to prosper, conflicts arose.One of these major conflicts faced involved the people of the north and the people of the south.This conflict arose due to the differences in their views on the issue of slavery.The southern states felt that slavery was a necessity for the economic success of the people of the south and many people in the north felt that slavery was inhumane and that it had to be stopped.
As time went on, America became divided into northern free states and the southern slave states.This conflict soon led a one of the bloodiest wars in the history of the world: the American Civil War. For a long time now there has been the question of when the settlers of North America actually became true Americans.It took a long time for the settlers of North America to become true American peoples.Some feel that when the declaration of independence was created that that was the moment that the people of British North America became Americans.
However, the time that these settlers actually became “True Americans” was right around the time of the post-civil war era. The differences in views between the north and the south went on for a long time before the American Civil War took place.There were attempts to solve these differences and for the moment they seemed to alleviate the tension between the two groups however it did not last.During the early 1800’s, the land that makes up America at this time will greatly expand due to..