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The Debate over Slavery
A.The Expansion of Slavery 1. Victory in Mexican war added over 500,000 miles to US and renewed the debate over slavery
The Debate over Slavery 2. some wanted to run 36° parallel line to the Pacific coast and divide entire country into free and slave territory
The Debate over Slavery 3. Wilmot Proviso – stated that neither slavery nor involuntary servitude shall ever exist in any part of the new territory a. Never became law
The Debate over Slavery 4. Growing sectionalism – people favor the interests of one region over the interests of the country as a whole
The Debate over Slavery 5. Hoped to solve slavery conflict with popular sovereignty – allow voters in territory to decide whether they wanted to ban or allow slavery
The Debate over Slavery 6. Northerners so antislavery that they form new political party – the Free Soil Party "free soil, free speech, free labor, and free men"
The Debate over Slavery 7. Should California enter Union as free or slave state?
The Debate over Slavery a. Californians opposed slavery and hoped to enter as free state b. many opposed California entering as free state because it would upset balance
The Debate over Slavery We are about to permanently destroy the balance between free and slave states.
The Debate over Slavery B. The Compromise of 1850 – Henry Clay 1. Let California enter as free state 2. Popular sovereignty will decide status of slavery in New Mexico
The Debate over Slavery 3. Texas gives up land claims in New Mexico - fed govern gives Texas money in exchange
The Debate over Slavery 4. End slave trade – NOT slavery – in capital 5. New, more effective fugitive slave law
The Debate over Slavery * Southerners against compromise and want Cali to be a slave state * Northerners agree with compromise and are against slavery
The Debate over Slavery C. The Fugitive Slave Act – made it a federal crime to help runaway slaves
The Debate over Slavery 1. Runaways can be arrested in states where slavery is illegal 2. Those who assisted faced 6 months in jail and $1000
The Debate over Slavery 3. African Americans flee to Canada to escape persecution from Fugitive Slave Law
The Debate over Slavery 4. Northerners do not like Slave Laws a. do not agree with lack of trial by jury b. dislike high fee for returned fugitives
The Debate over Slavery c. Northerners tried not to use violence *Northern abolitionists killed a deputy marshal when trying to rescue Anthony Burns, a fugitive slave
The Debate over Slavery D. Antislavery Literature 1. Abolitionists use stories of fugitive slaves to help their cause
The Debate over Slavery 2. Best know narratives by Fredrick Douglass and Sojourner Truth
The Debate over Slavery 3. Uncle Toms Cabin – book that shows what slavery was really like a. written by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Section 1 Chapter 15. How did the outcome of the Mexican War affect the debate over the expansion of slavery? What were the major provisions of the.
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Journal #44 15.1 Review 1.REVIEW Explain the difference between the Wilmot Proviso and popular sovereignty. 2.OPINION Why do you think that of 343.
The Debate Over Slavery. The Expansion of Slavery Victory for the U.S. in the Mexican War added approx. 500,000 square miles to the U.S. It also caused.
The Debate over Slavery Unit 10. Wilmot Proviso vs. Popular Sovereignty W. Proviso: would have banned slavery completely in new territories. P. Sovereignty:
Causes of the Civil War. Expansion of Slavery Mexican-American War reignited the debate over slavery.
Chapter 15. A. New Land Disputes 1. U.S. added more than 500,000 sq. miles from Mexican American War SPARKED FIGHT OVER SLAVERY.
Debate over Slavery Popular Sovereignty & Wilmot Proviso.
New Land Renews Slavery Dispute Compromise of 1850 Fugitive Slave Act Anti-Slavery Literature Focus on bolded and highlighted words Make sure that all.
The war with Mexico allowed the U.S. to expand even farther west. With new territories, came the repeated question of whether slavery should be allowed.
Antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe that showed northerners the violent reality of slavery and drew many people to the abolitionists’ cause.
In 1819, there were 11 free states and 11 slave states. Representation in the Senate was evenly balanced between the North and the South. Missouri.
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The Compromises Before the War. Objectives -Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the Missouri Compromise, the Wilmot Proviso, and the Compromise.
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North relies on industry and commerce and the South rely on plantations and agriculture North - Industry South- Agriculture.
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A Dividing Nation. Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state. Northerners opposed this because it would upset the balance of free and slave.
CH 15 ROAD TO CIVIL WAR. The Debate over Slavery Chp 15 Section 1 P
CHAPTER 15, SECTION 2 Saving the Union California asked to join the Union as a free state. Most of California lay north of the Missouri Compromise.
15-01 Road to Civil War Slavery and the West.
Jeopardy Slavery Debate Trouble in Kansas Political Divisions Secession Misc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Chapter 2: Section 2 The Union in Crisis (Part 1) Tuesday, September 23, 2014.
The 1850sOn the verge of War! Chapter 10 Section 1.
Slavery and the West and A Nation Dividing The Missouri Compromise helped resolve the issue of whether new states would be slave states or free states.
Lesson 3: Compromise and Conflict. Would Slavery Spread? The United States grew-the Louisiana Purchase and the Mexican War opened new lands to settlers.
NORTH AND SOUTH DISAGREE Section 1 – Expansion and Compromise Section 1 – Expansion and Compromise.
Popular sovereignty = idea that political power belongs to the people Many people believed states and territories, not the federal government, should.
Chapter 18, Sections 1,2. The Debate over Slavery and the War in Kansas.
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Chapter 15 Road to the Civil War. Section 1: Slavery and the West Missouri Compromise: Afraid to upset the balance between slave and free states.
Growing Tensions Over Slavery Chapter 14, Section 1.
Chapter 14 Section 1 Growing Tensions Over Slavery Objectives Explain why conflict arose over the issue of slavery in the territories after the Mexican-
Growing Tensions Between The North And South as The Crisis Deepens Disagreements between the North and South, especially over the issue of slavery, led.
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Compromises. A. Missouri Compromise 1. Missouri wants statehood – Applies to join Union in 1819 – Would join as a slave state – Would throw off the balance.
Civil War Increasing Tensions Between the North and the South.
Chapter 1 Section 2. To Please the NorthTo Please the South California was admitted to the Union as a free state. The Compromise also banned slave.
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