The Thirteenth Amendment of the US Constitution

Posted by on 7 mai 2016

The law written by Abraham Lincoln (16th president of USA) is called « The thirteenth amendment ». It deals with the abolition of the slavery and was voted on February 1st, 1865. The goal of this event was to abolish slavery and  stop the civil war. The people involved was the slaves, in particular dark-skinned people.

2 Responses to The Thirteenth Amendment of the US Constitution

  1. leablanquart

    On this day in 1865, the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, officially ending the institution of slavery, is ratified. 

  2. chloegrandgirard

    The law « The thirtheenth Amendment » written by Abraham Lincoln (American President), permitted the abolition of the slavery in America which touched particularly dark-skinned people. This law was voted on the first day of February in 1865 in order to abolish slavery and stop the civil war. Thanks to this law, today, America no longer knows slavery against dark-skinned citizens.

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