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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 Zachary Taylor
Zachary Taylor 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 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
The 1850sOn the verge of War! Chapter 10 Section 1.
THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR Events that led to the South seceding and the beginning of the Civil War.
1 THE CORDS OF UNION BROKEN PART 1 THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR 1848 TO 1861.
Ch 10 Sectional Conflict Intensifies. As the US was growing the question of whether to admit new states to the Union as free or slave led to increased.
Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas debating the issue of slavery in the 1858 Senate campaign in Illinois. NEXT The Nation Breaking Apart, 1846–1861.
Road to Secession Standards and Essential Question SSUSH 8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions.
CH. 14 THE HOUSE DIVIDED JOHN BROWN Father of 20 children, a drifter of sorts that has a rough life. Anti slavery advocate, killed 5 pro-slavery.
Do Now Record in your Agenda: Civil War unit test on Friday (things to study: life in North/South, events leading to the war, key battles/events of the.
CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR. FOUR MAIN CAUSES 1. Slavery Moral v. Political issue 2. Constitutional Disputes Federal government v. states rights 3. Economic.
The Nation Breaking Apart Chapter 15 A series of conflicts pulled the North and South apart, attempts were made to resolve the divisive issues but civil.
What: we are learning is Power By: learning events that kept the nation together and pulled it apart in the mid-1800’s, So: we know how power affects.
1. Economy – industrial v. agrarian 2. Political – Republicans & Lincoln 3. Social – different cultural influences 4. All men are free v. Constitutional.
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 U.S. purchased Louisiana in Congress had to decide if states being made from this territory would be free or slave. Missouri applied to.
US History EOC Review Flashcards for Guaranteed Vocabulary on the Final Exam.
Causes of Civil War. What the North looked like Urban – lots of cities Urban – lots of cities Factory based – industrial society Factory based – industrial.
Sectionalism What issues divided the country and the legislation that tried to keep the country together.
Frederick Douglass Escaped slave A leader of the anti-slavery group in Mass. Published a newspaper called the North Star. He worked for African American.
Antebellum Period Scavenger Hunt - Answers. Underground Railroad 1) Who was the main person who led slaves to freedom along the Underground Railroad?
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 13 Section 1 Technology and Industrial Growth Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 1 The Union.
Hosted by Nameera, Daniel, Ben, and Blaine Civil War.
A DIVIDED NATION Chapter Confronting the Issue of Slavery Issue 1: Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state. Northerners opposed/favored.
Wilmont Proviso All territory gained from the Mexican War would be closed to slavery. California, Utah, New Mexico Southerners angered for many.
On the Brink of Civil War The Union Torn Apart:
Civil War and Reconstruction Standard 4 (b). The Compromise of 1850 revolved around the issue of allowing California into the Union as a free state which.
9.1 *How Did Industrialization Impact The American Economy? Interdependent Regional Markets Households Consumer Capitalism Technology Improved –Transportation.
A House Divided The Nation Breaking Apart ( )
Ch.15 : Dealing with that “Peculiar Institution" -What are some basic lifestyle differences between the North and South? -Was the Wilmot Proviso effective.
Ch 14 Review Use your whiteboard to answer the following questions about the causes of the Civil War.
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