Presentation on theme: "Warm Up Fill out your Agenda Take out your Venn Diagram 82-83 Set up your Warm Up/Cool Downs for this week on pages 82-83 Fill in your Table of."— Presentation transcript:
Warm Up Fill out your Agenda Take out your Venn Diagram 82-83 Set up your Warm Up/Cool Downs for this week on pages 82-83 Fill in your Table of Contents Warm Up Question - Based off the 5 propositions of the Compromise of 1850, what one do you think would cause the most trouble amongst the United States and why?
Today’s Task After After Mr. Eiler checks your Venn Diagram, tape in your Venn Diagram on page 80 of your Interactive Notebook. Read pages 486-487 in your textbook. On pages 84-85 of your comp book, I want you to take notes based upon what you read about the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the impact it had on the United States. Remember, write down the MAIN IDEAS of each section.
Kansas Nebraska Act Kansas Nebraska Act: A bill created to organize the Nebraska Territory into two parts - Nebraska and Kansas. Popular sovereignty – a system that allows residents to decide an issue. The South liked the idea of people deciding to be a slave state, the North did not.
Bleeding Kansas In 1855, there were more proslavery than antislavery settlers in the Kansas Territory. People from Missouri came and voted illegally filling the legislature with proslavery representatives Antislavery settlers rejected the elected government and decided to take arms against their brethren. John Brown led his men and killed his proslavery neighbors causing a civil war in Kansas. This civil war was called “Bleeding Kansas”
Violence in Congress Senator Sumner gave a speech against proslavery in Kansas Preston Brooks heard his speech and attacked Sumner. Brooks was cheered in the South. The North was shocked.
Cool Down Why was the Kansas-Nebraska Act so controversial (Why did it cause issues)?
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