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IF YOU MISSED THIS CLASS, YOU NEED TO: 1) DO THE DQ FOR THE DAY. WRITE THE DAILY QUOTE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION FOR THE DAY. WRITE THE SONGS 2) YOU ARE.

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2 IF YOU MISSED THIS CLASS, YOU NEED TO: 1) DO THE DQ FOR THE DAY. WRITE THE DAILY QUOTE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION FOR THE DAY. WRITE THE SONGS 2) YOU ARE TO COPY THE NOTES (I GET MY COPY BACK). 4)DO THE DBQ DOCUMENT ANALYSIS 5)DO THE COMPROMISE FOLDABLE 17. COUNTDOWN TO THE CIVIL WAR 2 ON THE BOARD: 1. *HAND IN

3 What were the major areas that America gained from 1815 to 1860? Daily Quote &Question (DQ 2 ) “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown 2 SONGS FOR THE DAY: THE FINAL COUNTDOWN 2

4 “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown SONG FOR THE DAY: THE FINAL COUNTDOWN Daily Comment & Card ANTEBELLUM REFORM -Explosion in number of colleges (Oberlin College in Ohio was first co-ed college) -Expansion of state-supported elementary and other public schools (because of leadership of Horace Mann) -Dorothea Dix led in the establishment of asylums for humane treatment of the insane -Prisons reformed

5 “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown SONG FOR THE DAY: ITS THE END OF THE WORLD Daily Comment & Card DRED SCOTT v. SANDFORD -Supreme Court case of Slave taken by his master from Missouri, slave state, to Illinois, free state -Scott sued for freedom after returning to Missouri -It was ruled that Scott did not have the rights of citizenship and could not sue -Also ruled that Congress had no power to prohibit slavery, because of rights of property. 1857

6 “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown “ I, John Brown, am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land will never be purged away but with blood.” -John Brown SONG FOR THE DAY: THE FINAL COUNTDOWN Daily Comment & Card ANTEBELLUM REFORM -Explosion in number of colleges (Oberlin College in Ohio was first co-ed college) -Expansion of state-supported elementary and other public schools (because of leadership of Horace Mann) -Dorothea Dix led in the establishment of asylums for humane treatment of the insane -Prisons reformed DRED SCOTT v. SANDFORD -Supreme Court case of Slave taken by his master from Missouri, slave state, to Illinois, free state -Scott sued for freedom after returning to Missouri -It was ruled that Scott did not have the rights of citizenship and could not sue -Also ruled that Congress had no power to prohibit slavery, because of rights of property. 1857

7 STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: -Discuss the importance of the Compromise of 1850, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Dred Scott Decision to the Civil War. -Explain the Brooks-Sumner incident and how it represents the national divisions. -Explain the importance of the election of 1860 and how it influenced the start of the war.- -Define Underground Railroad, Uncle Tom‘s Cabin, and John Brown’s Raid

8 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10. Underground railroad Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10. Underground railroad

9 Underground -stations -Harriet Tubman -conductors Railroad

10 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9. Compromise of 1850 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9. Compromise of 1850

11 - Nullifies the Missouri Compromise of California (free state), “popular sovereignty” in NM, Nevada, AZ, Utah -Dispute over TX -Slavery in DC/ no slave trade -Tougher fugitive slave law Senator Stephen Douglas was the leading proponent of popular sovereignty…

12 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin

13 Harriet Beecher Stowe -Gives many empathy for slaves -best seller “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” (1852) SELLS OVER 300,000 COPIES

14 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7. Kansas-nebraska act Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7. Kansas-nebraska act

15 -”Popular Sovereignty” Leads to “bleeding kansas” SLAVERY FORCES WIN/ FREE SOILERS PROTEST “BORDER RUFFIANS” -Repealed Missouri Compromise… -Permitted expansion of slavery… -Led to bloodshed… -Split the Democratic Party… -Sparked formation of Republican party

16 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident

17 -Charles Sumner gives speech “Crime Against Kansas” -He is attacked in Senate chambers by Preston Brooks for offending Brook’s uncle. Brooks breaks his cane… -Brooks resigns, is re-elected

18 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision

19 -Dred Scott is slave who sues for freedom in Dred Scott v. Sandford -Chief Justice Tanney and Supreme Court rule he is property and cannot sue. -Supreme Court also says that Congress cannot prohibit slavery in any territory -Invalidated the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 and the Missouri Compromise of Major issue in Lincoln-Douglas debates… -Closer to war…

20 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4. John brown’s raid Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4. John brown’s raid

21 -John Brown plans raid on federal arsenal at Harper’s Ferry -7 killed; 10 wounded -Robert E. Lee sent in… -Brown found guilty despite insanity plea and executed -Martyr for North/Paranoia for South

22 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4. John brown’s raid 3. Election of 1860 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4. John brown’s raid 3. Election of 1860

23 Election of 1860 Constitutional Union Bell Democratic Party (north) Douglas (south) Breckinridge Republican Lincoln LINCOLN BRECKINRIDGE BELL DOUGLAS Accepted slavery where it existed…opposed further extension into territories… Support popular sovereignty Support extension of slavery into territories & annexation of Cuba

24 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4.John brown’s raid 3.Election of South carolina secedes Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9.Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4.John brown’s raid 3.Election of South carolina secedes

25 -SOUTH CAROLINA SECEDES -FOLLOWED BY GA, FL, MS, AL, LA, TX -PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS VP ALEXANDER STEPHENS

26 Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9. Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4.John brown’s raid 3.Election of South carolina secedes Top 10 events leading to the civil war… 10.Underground railroad 9. Compromise of Uncle tom’s cabin 7.Kansas-nebraska act 6. Brooks-sumner incident 5. Dred scott decision 4.John brown’s raid 3.Election of South carolina secedes 1. Firing on fort sumter

27 -CONFEDERATE TROOPS LED BY GEN. BEAUREGAURD ATTACK FORT SUMTER -NO ONE KILLED DURING THE FIGHTING -FIRST SHOT FIRED BY RUFFIN -UNION TROOPS SURRENDER

28 HOW DID THE IDEA OF MANIFEST DESTINY LEAD TO THE CIVIL WAR?


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