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Road to Secession 1854-1861. Standards and Essential Question SSUSH 8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions.

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1 Road to Secession

2 Standards and Essential Question SSUSH 8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions and western expansion: c: Describe the nullification crisis and the emergence of states rights ideology, include the role of John C. Calhoun & development of sectionalism & e: explain the compromise of 1850 SSUSH 8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions and western expansion: c: Describe the nullification crisis and the emergence of states rights ideology, include the role of John C. Calhoun & development of sectionalism & e: explain the compromise of 1850 Question: What does nullification refer to? What is a border ruffian? Question: What does nullification refer to? What is a border ruffian?

3 Bleeding Kansas Debate over the Kansas-Nebraska Act Southerners Republican party Northern abolitionists Eli Thayer New England Emigrant Aid Co.

4 Violence in Kansas border ruffians Lawrence, Kansas John Brown Pottawatomie Creek Massacre

5 Debate in Congress Senator Charles Sumner The Crime Against Kansas The Crime Against Kansas Andrew Butler Preston Brooks Hostilities among peers

6 The Election of 1856 Democrats James Buchanan Republicans John C. Fremont Know-nothings Millard Fillmore

7 Supreme Court decisions Dred Scott v Sandford Chief Justice Roger Taney Missouri Compromise is unconstitutional Republican outrage Lecompton Constitution Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 Underground Railroad

8 Northern political debate Stephen A. Douglas popular sovereignty alive and well popular sovereignty alive and well The Freeport Doctrine Abraham Lincoln a house divided will not stand a house divided will not stand John Brown raising an army The raid at Harpers Ferry Treason and martyrdom

9 The Election of 1860 Democrats Stephen A. Douglas Repudiate the Freeport Doctrine Herschel Johnson John Breckinridge Joseph Lane Republicans Abraham Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin Constitutional Union Party John Bell Edward Everett

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11 Stephen Douglas

12 Abraham Lincoln


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