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The 2 speeches by Abraham Lincoln "Address at the Dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery" and "Second Inaugural speech" reflect the Problems with captivity. The narrative, as framed by Abraham Lincoln, informs how colored soldiers and non colored soldiers have come together to combat the civil war to abolish slavery and maintain their faith their fore fathers have set up for them and the way that slavery goes contrary to being a Christian. While the story line follows that of Harriet Beecher Stowe in her book "Uncle Tom's Cabin", where through a series of sketches she tells the tales of the individual cruelty of slavery and enlightens the reader on how being a Christian and being for slavery is wrong. These tales enlighten us on the Civil War and one of the primary reasons for the Civil War which is slavery. Though there were lots of reasons to be against slavery the main instances against slavery was the Fugitive Act of 1850, faith, human cruelty, separation of families, along with the compromise of property involving Complimentary states and slave states. The Fugitive Act of 1850 "held people accountable for harboring fugitive slaves even when they were located in non-slave nations. This Act was particularly loathed by abolitionists and stoked the fire of the Underground Railroad" (American history.com). Many abolitionists like Harriet Beecher Stowe believed as if the passing of this specific Act made them themes of slavery where they didn't want any part of. Harriet Beecher Stowe says in Uncle Cabin "I know the way of all of 'em, --they makes tracks for the underground" She's stating how the slaves run off from the masters through the underground railroad that was made by abolitionist from the Fugitive Act of 1850 to help slaves escape to Canada th...