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Chapter 10 The Union in Peril
Who won the World Series last year? San Francisco Giants
True or false: The Dodgers won the world series last year. False: The Giants won the world series
The _____ allowed California to be admitted to the Union as a free state. Compromise of 1850
True or False: Stephen Douglas defeated Abraham Lincoln in 1858 True
The ____ proposed prohibiting slavery in California and other territories acquired from Mexico. Wilmot Proviso
What was the difference between the Northern economy and the Southern economy? North: more manufacturing South: based on agriculutre
True or False: Abraham Lincoln said secession is illegal but it would be illegal for him to do anything about it. False: James Buchanan said it.
____ helped over 300 slaves safely flee the South by using a system known as the underground railroad. Harriet Tubman
____ is famous as the author of a controversial book that depicted slavery as a moral, not just a political struggle. Harriet Beecher Stowe
True or False: The Whig party was dissolved after the Compromise of 1850 False: Dissolved after Kansas-Nebraska
When ____ proposed the Kansas- Nebraska Act the bill sparked a bitter debate in Congress. Stephen Douglas
Passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act would repeal ____ The Missouri Compromise
True or False: Stephen Douglas wanted to build a transcontinental railroad through a southern route. False: Northern route
The belief that states can leave the union is known as the principle of ____ Secession
True or False: The Republican party was founded based on opposition to the Mexican American War False: opposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act
Stephen Douglas believed that the only democratic way to deal with the slavery issue was through ___. Popular sovereignty
Hoping to spark a general slave uprising ____ led a raid on a federal arsenal in Harper’s Ferry. John Brown
The ____ was formed in February of 1861 in response to Lincoln’s election. Confederacy/Confederate States of America
In the Lincoln-Douglas debates, ___ accused ___ of being an abolitionist and a supporter of racial equality. Douglas, Lincoln
Douglas argued that “slavery cannot exist…anywhere, unless it is supported by local police regulations. This became known as ____ The Freeport Doctrine
____ was the first state to secede after Lincoln was elected President South Carolina
President Buchanan endorsed the _______ because it would make Kansas a slave state Lecompton Constitution
Northerners who objected to slavery’s imapct on free white workers and opposed slavery in the territories were known as ____ Free soilers
True or False: The Dred Scott decision ruled that slavery would not be allowed in all future territories. False: ruled slavery would be allowed in all territories
Nine Northern states passed ___ forbidding the imprisonment of runaway slaves. Personal liberty laws
The actions of ____ at Pottawatomie Creek triggered dozens of violent incidents and led to Bleeding Kansas. John Brown
___ was based on feelings of mistrust directed towards the increasing number of immigrants and Catholics Know-Nothing Party
The ___ included a more effective law requiring people in free states to return fugitive slaves Compromise of 1850
According to the ___ congress could not forbid slavery in any territory because it would interfere with a slaver-holder’s right to own property Dred Scott Decision/Supreme Court
President ___ opposed a compromise measure in He died and was replaced by ___ who supported a compromise. Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore
True or False: The Compromise of 1850 gave New Mexico land that was disputed with Texas True
True or False: After the Kansas- Nebraska Act it was assumed that Nebraska would be a slave territory and Kansas a free territory. False: Kansas would have slaves, Nebraska would be free
What U.S. Senator originally proposed the Compromise of 1850? Henry Clay
In the Dred Scott case the Supreme Court ruled ____ unconstitutional. Missouri Compromise
Compromise of 1850 Resistance and Violence New Parties.
THE UNION IN PERIL CHAPTER 10 Review When voters in a territory vote on whether or not to have slavery.
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 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.
North and South Divided. Northwest Ordinance (1787) – Prohibited slavery in the Northwest Territory 1808 – International Slave Trade banned Missouri.
Ch 14 Review PoliticiansConflicts Political Parties Legislation Stirring Tensions
The Road to the Civil War 17-3, 18-1, 18-2, and 18-3.
Causes of the Civil War. **Missouri Compromise** US in 1819: 11 Free & 11 slave states Conflict: Admission of Missouri would upset the balance Solution:
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;
C ALL TO F REEDOM HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Beginnings to A DIVIDED NATION (1848–1860) Section 1: The Debate over Slavery Section 2: Trouble.
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.
Chapter 14 “A Divided Nation ” Ms. Monteiro Debate over Slavery Trouble in Kansas Political Divisions Grab Bag
Differences between the north and south led to sectionalism – placing your own region’s interests ahead of the interests of the nation as a whole.
Jeopardy Slavery Debate Trouble in Kansas Political Divisions Secession Misc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
SECTIONALISM The Union in Crisis. Slavery Divides the Nation Northern Views on Slavery African Americans inferior in North Many Northerners were never.
Hosted by PeopleLegislationTerms Events/ Places
Chapter Fifteen Jeopardy Elections for All? Mo Crazy Cats Act on This_________ Visualpalooza Things that Rhyme with Orange
A Mighty Avalanche-Issues Chart Causes of the Civil War.
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The Union in Crisis Slavery and States’ Rights Lincoln, Secession, and War.
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.
Goal 3 The Civil War and Reconstruction Part 1: The Causes.
Antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe that showed northerners the violent reality of slavery and drew many people to the abolitionists’ cause.
Factors Leading to Sectional Division. Compromise of 1850 Proposed by Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky California admitted to the Union as a free state.
Chapter 14. The Compromise of 1850 Popular Sovereignty Zachary Taylor Henry Clay The Fugitive Slave Act.
The 1850s: A Decade of Crisis Causes of the Civil War.
Slavery in the 1850s: Changing National Politics Chapter 10 Section 3.
Adding Fuel to the Fire Causes of the Civil War Part I Your name Your hour.
The Crisis Sectionionalism. What to do about the new territories… Congress had to deal w/new states being formed in the territories taken from Mexico.
Causes of the Civil War. Harriet Beecher Stowe She wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin in an effort to gain support for the abolitionist movement.
The Road to the Civil War. The Road to War, Causes of War: Slavery, but what else? ◦ Westward Expansion (of slavery) ◦ State’s Rights ◦ Abolitionists.
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.
4.1 The Divisive Politics of Slavery How did slavery divide the nation?
Chapter 2: Section 2 The Union in Crisis (Part 1) Tuesday, September 23, 2014.
Road to the U.S. Civil War. Economic & Social Divisions, Distrust & Political Conflict → War The South was dependent on growing cotton and slavery A growing.
A Nation Divided Growing Tensions Compromises Fail New Political Parties Coming of the Civil War Odds and Ends $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000.
Chapter 15 Slavery and the West Country is fighting over slavery Sectionalism grows Henry Clay proposes Missouri Compromise Preserved balance in Senate.
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Divisive Politics of Slavery Chapter 4 Section 1.
Causes of the War: Ch. 15 Previously Discussed….. Nullification Act (No High Tariffs or South Secedes) Missouri Compromise (Henry Clay) Sectionalism Different.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War BeginsThe Union in Crisis Section 2 Trace the growing conflict over the issue of slavery in the western territories.
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.
How did the Mexican War lead to the Civil War? Manifest Destiny The fate of the US to expand & possess the entire continent The Mexican Cession (land gained.
Missouri Compromise The issue of slavery and the movement West.
CIVIL WAR CAUSES. Review Who were the abolitionists? Name 3. What did they do? What is Missouri Compromise? What is the Wilmont Proviso What is the Compromise.
American History—Chapter 10. Division over Slavery Wilmont Proviso Proposal: Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude shall exist in any territory acquired.
TIMELINE of EVENTS Mexican War to the Civil War Causes of the Civil War.
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Click the mouse button to display the answer. Political Developments The Kansas-Nebraska Act destroyed the Whig Party. Every Northern Whig in Congress.
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