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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 1856 1856 - $100 Why didn’t the Democrats nominate Pierce for reelection in 1856? Bleeding Kansas
C4-$200 1856 1856 - $200 Why was Buchanan chosen by the Democrats? He was Kansasless, he had been in London
C4-$300 1856 1856 - $300 The Republicans chose ___? Why? Buchanan He was Kansasless, had been in California (War hero)
C4-$400 1856 1856 - $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 1856 1856 - $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
Events Leading to the Civil War Chapter 10. Uncle Tom’s Cabin - Harriet Beecher Stowe - powerful condemnation of slavery - best selling book in North.
UNIT 10 (PART 2) REVIEW GAME. What is Popular Sovereignty? The Debate Over Slavery.
The Union in Crisis Unit 1 Section 2 Part 1. A. Expansion and Slavery The gold rush caused California to be considered for statehood Argument over whether.
The Road to the American Civil War- Day 1. Early Attempts to Contain Slavery: REVIEW 1820: Missouri Compromise divides the nation at the 36 30’ parallel.
Standard 9 Sectionalism in the Antebellum Era sectionalism These regional differences increased sectionalism–placing the interests of a region above.
Causes of Civil War Review Sheet. 1. Abraham Lincoln 2. Stephen Douglas 3. John Brown 4.Henry Clay 5. Harriet B. Stowe 6. Jefferson Davis 7. Dred Scott.
Causes of the CW Continued… Causes of the CW Continued…
James Buchanan - Democrat 15 th President
Compromise of 1850 Resistance and Violence New Parties.
THE TRIUMPH OF SECTIONALISM The Path to Civil War.
Territory Review Texas was annexed in 1845 Mexican Cession was given to the US in 1848 from the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848 Oregon Country from extension.
Chapter 13 The Politics of Separation © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
Chapter 14 “A Divided Nation ” Ms. Monteiro Debate over Slavery Trouble in Kansas Political Divisions Grab Bag
The Coming of the Civil War The Impending Crisis Two Nations.
Click to add text Events Leading to the Civil War.
YOU MUST WRITE EVERYTHING DOWN, UNLESS I TELL YOU OTHERWISE.
Events that led to the Civil War Notes. 1. Missouri Compromise Tallmadge Amendment – an attempt to add Missouri as a free state. It failed. This is
Chapter 15: Prelude to the Civil War. A Divisive Decade The build-up to the Civil War THE SLAVERY ISSUE 1850 Compromise of 1850 This compromise dealt.
Causes of the Civil War Answer Key. March 5, 1820: Missouri Compromise- allowed Maine to enter as a free state and Missouri to enter as a slave state;
Section 1: THE NATION SPLITS APART. BLEEDING KANSAS The victory over Mexico in 1848 raised questions about continued expansion… Would new territories.
The Crisis Deepens: Civil War is Inevitable Dred Scott Decision (1857) Lincoln-Douglas Debates (1858) John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry (1859) Election.
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A Nation Divided. After the Mexican-American War Wilmot Proviso – a proposed law that would ban all slavery in all territory gained in the Mexican Cession.
Continued… Repealed the Missouri Compromise 7 7.
The Crisis Deepens Take notes as the lecture is given. You will need to copy the titles and what is in red.
Slavery and Secession Slavery in the North –Though legal, slavery was largely unnecessary in the North. –By 1804, all Northern states had outlawed.
Issues Leading to the Civil War Southerners threaten secession to get what they want!!!
Two Nations NorthSouth Against slavery, but prejudice exists. Pro-slavery – viewed it as one big happy family. Believes the North is motivated by profit.
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.
DRED SCOTT DECISION Dred Scott was a slave Owner had taken him north of Missouri Compromise Line Sued for freedom Court Ruled Slaves did not.
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.
Chapter 14 – Lesson 3 Pages In 1819, the US was made up of 11 free states and 11 slave states They had equal places on the US Senate In.
Chapter 9 Section 3 Troubles Build. 1) The debate over slavery was turning ________________________. Senator __________________________ of Massachusetts.
Chapter 15 Causes of the Civil War!. Fugitive Slave Act 1850 Part of the Compromise of 1850 Required Northerners to step up efforts to capture Northerners.
Divisive Politics of Slavery Chapter 4 Section 1.
Chapter 1, Lesson 3 EQ: What were the events that led up to the Civil War?
UNIT 10: Road to the Civil War America expands from Sea to shining Sea Southerners want SLAVERY to be allowed everywhere; Northerners want slavery to stay.
Causes for Civil War. Westward Expansion As new territories became states…would they be free or slave? As new territories became states…would they be.
Warm Up 1. List as many causes of the civil war as you can think of. -1 minute 2. Write the effect of each event in 5 words or less. – 1 minutes 3. Turn.
Chapter 15, Section 4 Secession and War. Election of 1860 The Northern Democrats nominated Stephen Douglas The Southern Democrats nominated John C.
Challenges to Slavery & Seccession. Republican Party Antislavery political party formed in 1854 Antislavery political party formed in 1854 Free-Soilers.
Sparks That Lead to War. Trouble in Kansas Stephen Douglas (sen. Illinois) wants to build railroad from Chicago to Pacific ocean He proposes 2 new states.
Slavery & the West Sectionalism: An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country.
North and South Divided. Northwest Ordinance (1787) – Prohibited slavery in the Northwest Territory 1808 – International Slave Trade banned Missouri.
Hosted by PeopleLegislationTerms Events/ Places
Chapter 10. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe Published in 1852 Sold millions of copies Simon Legree he was from the north and moved to the south,
I. New Political Divisions. A. Brooks Attacks Sumner 1. Preston Brooks beat Charles Sumner on Senate floor because of anti Southern speech he made.
The Republican Party -Birth of the Republican party 1854 Slavery had come to dominate the differences in the parties -by 1850 the differences had peaked.
THE UNION IN PERIL CHAPTER 10 Review When voters in a territory vote on whether or not to have slavery.
Congress adopted the policy that there would be balance in the Senate For every free state there would be an equal slave state. ▪ The south was afraid.
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