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17-1,2 Differences Obj. – Explain the attempts made at peace between the North and the South and why they began to fail.
Why the Controversy? States in the New Territories Missouri Compromise applied to the Louisiana purchase, but what about the Mexican Cession?
New President - 1848 Zachary Taylor
Zachary Taylor - 1848 Supported by Whigs Louisiana slave owner Only opposition was from the Free Soil Party
What about Cali? Calhoun threatens (again) that the South will secede Call Henry Clay! – Now 73
Compromise of 1850 Cali is free Fugitive Slave Act Taylor is dead so Millard Fillmore signs the bill
Fugitive Slave Act Illegal to aid runaway slaves Slave owners saw them as property Ticked off Northerners
Kansas-Nebraska Act - 1854 Stephen A. Douglas – Senator from Illinois Kansas and Nebraska would be open to Popular Sovereignty Missourians can jump the border to Kansas to vote (Border Ruffians)
Abolitionism Grows 1. Harriet Beecher Stowe – Uncle Tom’s Cabin 2. Dred Scott Decision – Chief Justice Roger Taney said slaves can’t sue in court 3. Bleeding Kansas – Brutal fighting between “free soilers” and “border ruffians”
John Brown Takes sons to Kansas to help the free soilers Lawrence, KS- Ruffians kill free- soilers At Pottawatomie Creek, Brown killed five border ruffians with swords in the night
Road to Secession Standards and Essential Question SSUSH 8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions.
The 1850sOn the verge of War! Chapter 10 Section 1.
THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR
Chapter 16: Slavery Divides the Nation…
Jeopardy Famous People Causes of the war Compromise Of 1850 Kansas Nebraska Act Leftovers Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
The Nation Divides The Road to the Civil War. The Debate Continues Wilmot Proviso – 1846 David Wilmot proposed that slavery be banned from the Mexican.
Antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe that showed northerners the violent reality of slavery and drew many people to the abolitionists’ cause.
Chapter 10 The Union in Peril
The Crisis Deepens Take notes as the lecture is given. You will need to copy the titles and what is in red.
21.3 Failed Compromises Main Idea Disagreements between the North and the South, especially over the issue of slavery, led to political conflict. Why.
Chapter 17 Road to the Civil War. Section 1 Settling Differences Regions Grow Further Apart What were the sections of the U.S? What did the Missouri compromise.
The Road to Secession Would territory gained from Mexican-American War be free or slave? California requested admission as a free state South.
Road to the Civil War. Northwest Ordinance 1787 Described how ______________ would be governed. Slavery was _______________. How would this lead to Civil.
Unit 5 Notes 2 Events that led to the Civil War The new Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 required citizens to catch runaway slaves. Those who let slaves get.
The Nation Divided Chapter 14.
Chapter 15 Slavery and the West Country is fighting over slavery Sectionalism grows Henry Clay proposes Missouri Compromise Preserved balance in Senate.
HY 135 Chapter Fourteen The House Divided,
Causes of the Civil War 10 Critical Events. US-Mexican War ( ) Starts with a fight over Texas Results in the addition of lots of new territory (S.W.
Chapter 14 The Nation Divided.
Causes of the American Civil War. The Missouri Compromise of 1820 The U.S. needs a balance of Free and Slave States. Why? Henry Clay (The Great Compromiser)
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