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Abolitionism and Slavery
He headed an abolitionists movement in the North?
William Lloyd Garrison
Garrison was the publisher of the newspaper called the ?
Many religious leaders in New England saw slavery as a violation of____ principles ?
Most famous anti- slavery or abolitionists novel ever written?
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
The author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
The novel aroused strong feeling in the North as well as in?
These two things scared Southern slave owners?
Northern abolitionists and Slave Revolts
He led a slave revolt in South Hampton, Virginia?
His slave revolt involved trying to capture the city of Richmond?
The slave revolts led to the passing of?
Harsh laws against fugitive slaves
Southerners who favored abolition were intimidated into?
The admission of new states continually led to conflicts over?
Whether the states would be slave or free
Compromises were struck in order to maintain a balance of power in congress?
The Missouri Compromise, The Compromise of 1850,Kansas- Nebraska Act and Popular Sovereignty.
The Missouri Compromise only applied to what area?
Slavery was prohibited where?
North of the Line of Parallel
And slavery was permitted?
South of the 36 30
The Compromise of 1850 brought this state into the union?
California came into the union as a ____state?
All new states made from land acquired from Mexico(Southwest Territories) were?
Decided upon by Popular Sovereignty
Popular Sovereignty means?
The people decide for themselves
How could Kansas and Nebraska be brought into the union?
By way of popular sovereignty
If both could have been slave states this made what unconstitutional?
Popular Sovereignty produced bloody fighting in Kansas causing it to be called?
Who was fighting in Kansas?
Pro-slavery and Anti-slavery people
This party was formed that same year opposing the spread of slavery?
The Republican Party
Southerners also believed that they did not have to obey laws they felt were unfair. This was called?
They also believed that if you entered the union freely you could leave it the same way. This was called ?
An interesting debate took place between ?
Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln
Douglas favoring____and Lincoln favoring___?
Popular Sovereignty and opposing the spread of slavery.
In their quest for the senate seat in Illinois who won?
Lincoln warned, “a house divided against itself can not_____?
The nation can not continue half____ and half_____.
Slave and half Free
The Civil War
This triggered a long and costly war between the southern states and the northern states?
Secession of Southern States
Southern States seceded from the union upon the election of ______in 1860 as president?
The civil war put our government to its greatest test debating federal power v. ?
Major political and military events of the Civil War.
What was the southern reaction to Lincolns election as president?
Some southern states leave the union.
What fear did southerners have about Lincoln?
Feared Lincoln would abolish slavery.
The opening confrontation of the war took place in South Carolina at?
After the Battle of Antietam Lincoln issued his ?
Biggest turning point in the war?
At what place will the Civil War end ?
Key Leaders of The War
Who was the president of the United States during the civil war?
Lincoln believed that the Union had to be held together by ____if necessary.
He was the most successful military officer for the Union?
Ulysses S. Grant
He took command of the Union army after many officers had failed?
He was the head of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia?
Robert E. Lee
General Lee opposed secession but, he also believed the Union should not be?
Held together by force
General Lee surrendered at ____ eventhough many southerners wanted to continue to fight.
Abolitionist who influence Lincoln to recruit former slaves into the Union Army?
How the Emancipation Proclamation expressed Lincoln’s war aims.
Did Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation free all slaves?
It only freed slaves?
In states still rebelling from the Union.
The Emancipation Proclamation made_________a war aim.
The destruction of slavery
What did the Emancipation discourage?
Any interference of foreign governments.
Linciln’s vision of the United States as professed by the Gettysburg Address?
The purpose of the civil war according to the Gettysburg Address?
Preserve the nation
The Nation was dedicated to the proposition that?
All men and women are created equal
Our nation is ruled by a government of the ___by the___and for the___.
Lincoln believed America was one nation not a collection of sovereign_____?
Compromise and Conflict in the early 19 th century (early 1800s)
1/28 Agenda: – South Carolina Secession Declaration – Major civil war battles chart – Strengths and Weaknesses of each side According to the stats which.
Gaffney/Eusner/Jaress STANDARD VUS.7a-c Civil War.
THE CIVIL WAR: Events. What is secession? ANSWER! Formal withdrawal of states from the Union.
The Road to War. Industrial Economy Which section of the country had an industrial economy?
Have you ever had to draw a boundary line to keep someone out of your stuff or to keep someone away? Why did this happen? What was the opposing side’s.
The Beginnings of the American Civil War. The issues that divided America in the first half of the nineteenth century Cultural Economic Political.
Causes of the Civil War 1. Sectional Debate over: 1.Tariffs 2.Extension of slavery into the territories 3.The nature of the Union (states’ rights) 2.
Causes of the Civil War SOL 7a. CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION: CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR, INCLUDING THE ROLE OF THE INSTITUTION OF SLAVERY AS A PRINCIPAL.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Compromise Important People Abraham.
Roberts’ Raid Causes Kansas- Nebraska Act Literature Battlefields
The Civil War: Important People. William Lloyd Garrison Publisher of the abolitionist newspaper known as The Liberator Used the newspaper to tell everyone.
Misc. Battles Generals Abolitionist Government
Unit 5. Conflict of slavery As US added states and territories, issue of slave or free state threatened to tear country apart.
Causes of the Civil War & The Civil War
Civil War Review VocabularyPeople Government BattlesMisc.
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Popular antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Events Leading to the Civil War Between 1800 and 1850, what region developed an industrial economy based on manufacturing? The North.
3.01 Trace the economic, social, and political events from the Mexican War to the outbreak of the Civil War Analyze and assess the causes of the.
Issues Leading to the Civil War Southerners threaten secession to get what they want!!!
The Civil War Chapter 10 Test Review. Regional rivalry. sectionalism.
Please Read. What are the events that led to the secession of the South?
SS5H1 The student will explain the causes, major events, and consequences of the Civil War. Unit 3: The Civil War-A Nation Divided.
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.
A Nation Divided Growing Tensions Compromises Fail New Political Parties Coming of the Civil War Odds and Ends $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000.
A Dividing Nation. Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state. Northerners opposed this because it would upset the balance of free and slave.
The Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War because it gave the South confidence to try invading the North. it gave the South confidence.
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.
The Advent of the Civil War. The Missouri Compromise Was this more of a victory for pro-slavery people or anti-slavery people?
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Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Government/ Legislative Causes $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Events leading to war $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 People $100 $200.
5 th Grade Civil War Study Guide Mrs. Thornburgs Version.
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Jeopardy The Game of Knowledge The Road to War AbolitionistsSectionalismVarious Events Leading to War 100.
Summarization of Civil War and Reconstruction A Review.
Civil War By Theodore Quinn and Ryan Johnston. Events Kansas - Nebraska Act Compromise of 1850 Fugitive Slave Act Uncle Tom’s Cabin Dred Scott Decision.
ACOS # 12: Identify causes of the Civil War from the northern and southern viewpoints. ACOS # 12a: Describe the importance of the Missouri Compromise,
Events Leading to Civil War Mrs. Saunders. The Struggled to Resolve Sectional Issues The Northern states developed an industrial economy based on manufacturing.
Conflict or Compromise? The Events Leading to the Civil War (1820 & )
Abolitionists & Others The South & Others Issues The.
Chapter 14 Grade 7. Section 1 – Growing Tensions Over Slavery 1.What was the goal of the Free Spoil Party? 2.Who controlled the House of Representatives.
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