Presentation on theme: "Chapter 17 Road to the Civil War. Section 1 Settling Differences Regions Grow Further Apart What were the sections of the U.S? What did the Missouri compromise."— Presentation transcript:
Section 1 Settling Differences Regions Grow Further Apart What were the sections of the U.S? What did the Missouri compromise of 1820 do?
Dispute over Slavery in the West Wilmot Proviso What is sectionalism? Question of Slavery in the territories Popular Sovereignty- how did it work ? Lewis Cass
Election 1848 Democrats-their choice Whigs-their choice Free Soil party new party, what did they stand for? Who did they pick? Zachary Taylor
California Question Gold Rush what was it? Effect of it California slave or free
Threats to the Union South Carolina secession? John C. Calhoun
Compromise of 1850 What is this compromise? What are the 5 proposals What does Clay do? Who is Clay?
Opposition and Support Daniel Webster Role of Stephen Douglas Compromise passed Daniel Webster Stephen Douglas
Section 2 Moving closer to Conflict Growing Support for Abolition Fugitive slave law explain new version Abolitionists Protests Underground Railroad what is it how does it work Harriet Tubman Frederick Douglas Slave narratives
A new picture of Slavery Harriet Beecher Stowe Story Uncle Tom’s Cabin and its effect Kansas and Nebraska Act Why did Kansas and Nebraska need to be territories now? Role of Stephen Douglas Does this cancel the Missouri Compromise
Bleeding Kansas Why do both sides flood Kansas with followers? Lawrence Kansas Border ruffians Two legislatures for Kansas explain Who was John Brown
Violence in the Senate What happened to Charles Sumner? Who did it? Dred Scott decision Who was Dred Scott? What is the story? Role of Roger Taney?
Section 3 A New Political Party What groups form the Republicans? The Election of 1856 Parties and candidates Abraham Lincoln becomes a national Figure Who was Lincoln and where was he from?
The Lincoln Douglas Campaign The Great Debates What was the Freeport Doctrine?