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C1-$100 Disunion? - $100 Uncle Tom’s Cabin caused northerners to stop enforcing this? Fugitive Slave Law
C1-$200 Disunion? - $200 Nickname for Kansas Territory? Bleeding Kansas
C1-$300 Disunion? - $300 Deeper sources of the antislavery movement came from this? 2 nd great awakening
C1-$400 Disunion? - $400 This made slavery appear as evil as it actually was Uncle Tom’s Cabin
C1-$500 Disunion? - $500 This brawl in Congress, showed how dangerously split the nation was in 1856 Sumner-Brookes Clash
C2-$100 Bleeding - $100 Place where pro & anti slavery forces clashed in Kansas Lawrence
C2-$200 Bleeding - $200 A dedicated abolitionist, he & his men slaughtered 5 men at Pottawatomie Creek, Kansas John Brown
C2-$300 Bleeding - $300 The year that civil war flowed forth in Kansas 1856
C2-$400 Bleeding - $400 This constitution allowed slave owners in Kansas protection LeCompton
C2-$500 Bleeding - $500 The Lecompton Constitution caused the split of this political party Democrats
C3-$100 Rail-splitter - $100 In 1858 Stephen Douglas beat Abraham Lincoln for a Senate seat in Illinois. Why? Popular sovereignty
C3-$200 Rail-splitter - $200 Why was the Lincoln-Douglas debate a preliminary battlefield for the Civil War? It split the Democratic Party
C3-$300 Rail-splitter - $300 Presidential parties & their contenders in 1860? Lincoln-Republican Douglas-Northern Democrat Breckenridge- Know nothing Bell – Southern Democrat
C3-$400 Rail-splitter - $400 So. Carolina rejoiced at Lincoln’s election. Why? A reason to secede
C3-$500 Rail-splitter - $500 Lincoln did not win the majority of the popular vote. How was he elected? Electoral college/split Democratic party
C4-$100 This n’ That - $100 After Kansas his new idea was to invade the south and cause a slave uprising John Brown
C3-200 This n’ That - $200 The Brown uprising failed, Brown was hanged, and the South did this Wondered how it could stay in union with a murderous gang of abolitionists
C3-$300 This n’ That - $300 This happened while Buchanan was a lame duck and before Lincoln was inaugurated? 7 southern states seceded
C3-$400 This n’ That - $400 The South believed that the principles of self-determination found in this document allowed succession Declaration of Independence
C3-$500 This n’ That - $500 Why didn’t the British government support the CSA? The people were ardently against slavery after reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin
C4-$ $100 Why didn’t the Democrats nominate Pierce for reelection in 1856? Bleeding Kansas
C4-$ $200 Why was Buchanan chosen by the Democrats? He was Kansasless, he had been in London
C4-$ $300 The Republicans chose ___? Why? Buchanan He was Kansasless, had been in California (War hero)
C4-$ $400 Why was the Know-Nothing Party formed? German & Irish immigration was huge – Americans must be ruled by Americans. They were secretive hence know-nothing
C4-$ $500 Winner of the 1856 election? Buchanan
C4-$100 Slippery Slope Slippery Slope - $100 Why was it probably good that Buchanan won in 1856? It gave the north time to prepare for the war
C4-$200 Slippery Slope Slippery Slope - $200 This is known as the opening paper-gun blast of the Civil War? Dred Scott Decision
C4-$300 Slippery Slope Slippery Slope - $300 In the Dred Scott Decision the Supreme Court decided this? He was Property; therefore states rights had more precedent over laws previously passed.
C4-$400 Slippery Slope Slippery Slope - $400 Which Amendment was the Dred Scott Decision based on? 5th
C4-$500 Slippery Slope Slippery Slope - $500 In effect, the Dred Scott Decision threw this out? Popular Sovereignty
THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR Events that led to the South seceding and the beginning of the Civil War.
Slavery Uncle Toms Cabin, written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, ran as a serial in an antislavery newspaper and then came out in book form in Stowes.
Causes of Civil War. What the North looked like Urban – lots of cities Urban – lots of cities Factory based – industrial society Factory based – industrial.
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.
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.
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.
CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR. FOUR MAIN CAUSES 1. Slavery Moral v. Political issue 2. Constitutional Disputes Federal government v. states rights 3. Economic.
Final Steps to War. As anti- and pro-slavery forces clashed out west, Southerners began to clash with laws passed by Congress Southerners argued that.
A House Divided The Nation Breaking Apart ( )
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.
And Black People Were at the Heart of It ( )- Part 2 The Kansas-Nebraska Act The Dred Scott Case Lincoln and Douglas Debate Harper’s Ferry Disunion.
A DIVIDED NATION Chapter Confronting the Issue of Slavery Issue 1: Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state. Northerners opposed/favored.
Antebellum Period Scavenger Hunt - Answers. Underground Railroad 1) Who was the main person who led slaves to freedom along the Underground Railroad?
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.
Ch 18 sec 3-4 I. Dred Scott decision Biggest Supreme Court ruling before the Civil War. Chief Justice Roger Taney ruled that Scott was –Was not a citizen,
5 th Grade Civil War Study Guide Mrs. Thornburgs Version.
Ch 14 Review Use your whiteboard to answer the following questions about the causes of the Civil War.
Welcome! 2/4/10 Do Now: PICK UP THE SLIDES HANDOUT! Pre-Class: What does the word inevitable mean? What are some things in life that are inevitable? Make.
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 American Civil War. Essential Question How did certain issues and events cause the civil war?
The Road to War United States Civil War Content Area and Grade Level Grade Four –At Level 2, the student is able to –4.6.spi.2. determine how the issue.
Civil War Begins Pages Secession After the John Browns raid on Harpers Ferry, many southerners believed secession was the only way to protect.
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.
AHSGE Standard IV. Prelude to War o What congressional solution made California a free state and gave popular sovereignty to the New Mexico and Utah territories?
1 THE CORDS OF UNION BROKEN PART 1 THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR 1848 TO 1861.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $ s I 1850s II1850s IIICivilWarRecon-structionSouthernSlavery.
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.
A Storm Upon the Land The end of peace in America.
6 Ss or Causes of the Civil War SLAVERY. SLAVERYS The Souths economy was based on agricultural; therefore, there was a high demand/need for slaves. The.
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