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Chapter 12 section 2
Slavery and the West
Missouri was admitted to the union as a slave holding state
Maine was admitted as a free state
The Virginia and Kentucky resolution of 1798-1799 declared that the federalists alien and sedition acts were unconstitutional
The nullification issue was raised against in the 1820s and 1830s by southerners over the issue of protective tariffs
In 1832 what state voted for an Ordinance of Nullification withdrawn? South Carolina
In 1833 compromise, the tariff was___ and the Ordinance of Nullification withdrawn Lowered
____, where slavery existed, became a state in 1845. Texas
The_________ specified that slavery should be prohibited in any lands acquired by Mexico The Wilmot Proviso.
________ believed that the government could not ban or regulate slavery Senator John C. Calhoun
The_________ was born out of the failure of the Democratic and Whig 1848 presidential candidates to take a stand on slavery Free-Soil party
_________ would be admitted as a free state. California
The New Mexico territory would have no restrictions on ______ Slavery
The New Mexico-Texas border dispute would be settled in favor of___________ New Mexico
The slave trade, but not slavery itself, would be abolished in the___ District of Columbia
A stronger_______ slave law would be enacted Fugitive
Armed Missourians who entered Kansas to vote in favor of slavery. Border Ruffians
Chapter 15, Section 1 Slavery and the West. The Missouri Compromise In 1819 eleven states in the Union permitted slavery and _________________ did not.
Slavery in the West Chapter 12-2 Pages Vocabulary Sectionalism: strong allegiance to a region of the country Nullify: legally overturn
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.
Pre-Civil War Chapter 15 Section 1 Slavery and the West.
Slavery and the West. Many Missouri settlers brought enslaved African Americans. By 1819 the Missouri Territory included 50,00 whites and 10,00 slaves.
5.1: Sectionalism from Follow along in the student packet: “Content students MUST KNOW to be successful on the GHSGT” (pg )
The Compromises Before the War. Objectives -Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the Missouri Compromise, the Wilmot Proviso, and the Compromise.
Slavery and the West Objectives Learn how the debate over slavery was related to the admission of new states. Learn what the Compromise of 1850.
North and South Divided. Northwest Ordinance (1787) – Prohibited slavery in the Northwest Territory 1808 – International Slave Trade banned Missouri.
Chapter 15 Toward the Civil War ( ) Section 1 Slavery and the West.
United States Expansion. Another View of Expansion.
Chapter 16 Review. The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 received what reaction from Northerners? a. They were indifferent about it. b. They supported it. c.
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.
Causes of the Civil War (1787) Banned slavery in the Northwest territories 1 1.
Slavery & the West Sectionalism: An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country.
C ALL TO F REEDOM HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Beginnings to A DIVIDED NATION (1848–1860) Section 1: The Debate over Slavery Section 2: Trouble.
Chapter 14 Review. True or False The goal of the new Federalist Party was to stop the spread of slavery.
Ch 14 Review Use your whiteboard to answer the following questions about the causes of the Civil War.
A.Rise of the Cotton Kingdom 1.Area south of PA and north of SC and east of the Appalachian Mts. was known as the_____________. 2.By 1850 the population.
Review of the Missouri Compromise In 1820, Senator Henry Clay persuaded Congress to approve the Missouri Compromise. In 1820, Senator Henry Clay persuaded.
From , the North and South became vastly different regions America: The Story of Us Sectionalism in the Antebellum Era.
Arguments of Civil War. What was the Missouri Compromise of 1820?
Slavery and Western Expansion. Contrast the economies, societies, and political views of the North and the South. Describe the role of the Free-Soil Party.
Road to Civil War Chapter 15. Section 1 Slavery and the West I.The Missouri Compromise A.Missouri asked to join the Union as a slave state in 1819 B.At.
Chapter 14 Section 1 Growing Tensions Over Slavery Objectives Explain why conflict arose over the issue of slavery in the territories after the Mexican-
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 1 Slavery, States’ Rights, and Western Expansion Contrast the economies, societies, and political views.
Factors Leading to Sectional Division. Compromise of 1850 Proposed by Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky California admitted to the Union as a free state.
Causes of the Civil War: The United States was expanding and acquiring more land. The NORTH believed slavery was wicked and should be abolished. The SOUTH.
Unit Eight / Chapter Fifteen U.S. History Mrs. Kilcoyne.
Unit 8-Causes of the U.S. Civil War Lesson 46-Slavery in the West.
States’ Rights The belief that the state’s interests should take precedence over the interests of the national government Nullification The political belief.
Chapter 15 Slavery and the West Country is fighting over slavery Sectionalism grows Henry Clay proposes Missouri Compromise Preserved balance in Senate.
Hosted by PeopleLegislationTerms Events/ Places
The Compromise of Why Another Compromise? With the discovery of gold in California, so many people headed west that California was ready to become.
What are the key issues and events that led to the Civil War? Sectionalism Slavery States’ Rights Nullification Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850.
Sectionalism pt. 2. Compromise to Conflict I. Causes of American Expansion in 1820s and 1840s A. Economic factors 1) Exhaustion of good soil by cotton.
Prelude to a War - North and South slowly begin to argue the issue of slavery 1. Most white northerners felt it violated their religious ideals 2. Most.
The Road to the American Civil War Early attempts at containing slavery A Series of Compromises Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Incidents of Suspicions.
Slavery Divides a Nation Setting the Scene… Year – 1820 President – James Monroe Thomas Jefferson voices his opinion of slavery. 11 free states 11 slave.
Adding Fuel to the Fire Causes of the Civil War Part I Your name Your hour.
Chapter 14 Section 1 Growing Tensions Over Slavery Set Questions: 1.What area was acquired by the United States due to the Mexican-American War? 2.What.
Review What were the 3 parts of the Missouri Compromise?
The Missouri Compromise. The Controversy Missouri was a slave territory and it would throw off the balance between the slave states and free states in.
Chapter 10 Section 3: New Political Parties. Effects of the Missouri Compromise Compromise maintained the balance in the Senate between slave & free states.
Issues Leading to the Civil War Standard SS8H6a. States’ Rights –States are sovereign – subject to no higher power except for those specifically granted.
Growing Tensions & Failed Compromises Chapter 14.
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