Symbol One: Myths about Civil War
History always opens two doors that guide towards what was done and what was not done. It is always difficult to say which event is true because evidence of every event is present. Still some of events have to be covered with evidence. Myths like slaves at that time were happy; life in South was good before the war and fanatics proposed an unnecessary war on South. A lot more myths are present about Civil war.
Symbol Two: Identification about Each Myth
Myths like Slavery was not present are the biggest myth that was present after the Civil war. This slavery is still present in most parts of the South because of the discrimination and how minorities are treated differently. Economic conditions of South were not good and fanatics proposed an unnecessary war which is not true.
Symbol Three: Correcting perceptions about the evidence
Civil war was related to slavery because human rights acts were not present that time and this in tensed the situation. Abolitionists were not causing an unnecessary war they only wanted to prevent racist laws against the blacks so they can be given citizen rights. Situation was not good and South was effected majorly, this can be noted by the level of discrimination that was conducted against the minorities.
Symbol Four: Contributions of African American in American Revolution
Voluntary services were given by African Americans in most of churches at the time of American Revolution. Poets and writers contributed by uniting all minorities together so they can fight against the main cause.
Symbol Five: Contributions of Native American in American Revolution
Native American made decisions about choosing the sides or remain silent about the situation. Apart from keeping a neutral state they managed to strike back and look into aspects that discussed about their points and demanded for protecting their land during the American Revolution.