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Who proposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
Who led about 60 slaves in an uprising?
Who was the strong abolitionist Senator from Massachusetts?
Who was the first Republican President?
Who wrote “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
What ruled that slaves were not citizens of the U.S.?
Dred Scott v Sanford
What was the name of the bi-partisan, anti-slavery party formed in the U.S. to keep slavery out of the western territories?
What banned slavery in any area gain from Mexico in 1846?
What formed out of the Whig Party in 1854 to keep slavery out of the western territories?
What was proposed by Henry Clay in 1819 to keep the number of free and slave states the same, it also established 36°30’ north latitude as the boundary of any new free and slave states?
Missouri Compromise or The Compromise of 1820
Place where guns are stored.
To withdraw from membership from a group.
The idea that each territory should be able to determine for themselves if they are a free or slave state.
This was the biggest point of disagreement in the Compromise of 1850.
Fugitive Slave Act
The civil war before the Civil War was caused by this.
Drawn together or Torn apart? “The Election of 1860”
Drawn together or Torn apart? “Tariffs”
Drawn together or Torn apart? “Fugitive Slave Act”
Drawn together or Torn apart? “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
Drawn together or Torn apart? “Missouri Compromise”
Who won the election of 1860?
Who got a larger number of the popular votes, but very few electoral votes?
Who carried the border states?
Who carried the states of the deep south?
Who carried the Northern States?
THE ROAD TO THE CIVIL WAR Events that led to the South seceding and the beginning of the Civil War.
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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.
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Ch 14 Review Use your whiteboard to answer the following questions about the causes of the Civil War.
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A House Divided The Nation Breaking Apart ( )
Social Studies Homework Define vocab. words p.156 Quick Write Write about a time when you were mad at someone for a long period of time.
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.
A DIVIDED NATION Chapter Confronting the Issue of Slavery Issue 1: Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state. Northerners opposed/favored.
17-1,2 Differences Obj. – Explain the attempts made at peace between the North and the South and why they began to fail.
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.
Wilmont Proviso All territory gained from the Mexican War would be closed to slavery. California, Utah, New Mexico Southerners angered for many.
Leading to a Civil War. LEADING TO A CIVIL WAR F Events Leading to the Secession of the South F The Confederate States of America F Causes Leading to.
Ch.15 : Dealing with that “Peculiar Institution" -What are some basic lifestyle differences between the North and South? -Was the Wilmot Proviso effective.
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.
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