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1 CHAPTER 14 THE NATION DIVIDED

2 Bullet points pg. 505Read pgs

3 CHAPTER 14 I can understand how the question of admission of new states to the union fueled the debate over slavery and states rights.

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5 CHAPTER 14 Missouri Compromise (1820) seemed to stop sectional difference 1820 – 1848, 8 new states 4 slave – 4 free (15 each)

6 CHAPTER 14 Mo. Compromise did not apply to 1848 Mexican Cession Fearing a new slave state, Rep. David Wilmot proposed law banning slavery from Mexican Cession Passed the House of Rep. But not Senate WHY?

7 15 free states 15 slave states TIE VOTE IN SENATE

8 CONSEQUENCE #1 SOUTHERN SLAVERY SUPPORTERS FEARED A LEGAL ATTACK ON SLAVERY

9 CONSEQUENCE #2 A NEW POLITICAL PARTY

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11 POLITICS 2 Parties DEMOCRATS WHIGS

12 POLITICS Neither party took firm stand on slavery WHY?

13 POLITICS Both wanted southern votes.

14 POLITICS Democratic Presidential candidate, Sen. Lewis Cass proposed a solution Popular sovereignty

15 POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY People in the state or territory would vote on slavery, not their elected representatives

16 CONSEQUENCE Anti slavery Democrats and Whigs for new political party – THE FREE SOIL PARTY PLATFORM Mexican Cession land would be FREE SOIL – NO SLAVERY

17 CANDIDATES Free Soil – Martin Van Buren Democrats - Lewis Cass Whigs – Zachary Taylor

18 What territory wanted into the United States? Why?

19 All the Gold in California 1848 – Gold discovered in California Grows quickly Wants into the U.S.

20 Problems Most of CA. is north of MO. Compromise line South fears anti slavery majority in Senate Threatens to SECEDE if CA. is admitted as free state

21 Other Issues Northerners want slave TRADE abolished in Wash. D.C. Southerners wants escaped slaves (FUGITIVES) returned WHAT DO WE DO?.

22 COMPROMISE Henry Clay has idea, the Compromise of 1850 His ideas are opposed by John C. Calhoun

23 The Great Debate Calhoun is against compromise. He said, A. CA. in U.S. as a free state threatens the South B. There are only 2 ways to protect the South 1. Constitutional Amendment 2. Secession

24 The Great Debate Daniel Webster said, A. Called to end fighting B. Supported Clay’s plan

25 Calhoun Pg. 484

26 Translation - Calhoun Arrest it to stop something Abolition getting rid of slavery Secession leaving the Union Submission give up Resistance fight

27 What does it mean? 1.We want a Constitutional amendment guaranteeing slavery in the south and the Territories forever 2.If we don’t get that, we quit the Union 3.If you attack us, we will fight

28 Daniel Webster Pg 484

29 Translation - Webster Preservation to keep as is Restoration to return to the original

30 What does it mean? 1.The Union must stay together 2.Accept the compromise 3.Let’s go back to good feelings among all the states

31 Bullet Points pg. 505Read pgs

32 PREDICT What is going to happen?

33 Ch 14 Sec 2 – Compromises Fail I CAN UNDERSTAND THE COMPROMISE OF 1850 AND WHY IT FAILED

34 Compromise of laws California admitted free state Slave trade banned in D.C. Congress could not regulate slave trade between slave states Popular sovereignty in Mexican Cession Fugitive slave law

35 Accused slaves arrested by government No trial Only white persons testimony Every citizen required to help

36 President Zachary Taylor who opposes, dies Millard Fillmore, the new President signs it into law

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38 OBJECTIONS Northerners objected to fugitive slave act WHY? 1.Black testimony was not admissible 2.White slave owners testimony as proof

39 REACTIONS Slave catchers were threatened Runaways were taken to Canada Juries found helpers innocent

40 REACTIONS BOOKS UNCLE TOMS CABIN Fictional account of slavery Put down by South Praised by North (pg 448)

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42 RESULTS Everyone complained Northerners did not like -slavery continuing with possibility of expansion - Fugitive Slave Law

43 RESULTS Southerners did not like - Jury Nullification - Slave catchers being threatened - Slaves escaping to Canada

44 A NEW WRINKLE Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas wants a railroad through ILL & MO to the west RR would pass through Kansas & Nebraska These areas are closed to slavery (MO. Comp) Southerners screamed!!!

45 Douglas’ Plan Open Kansas & Nebraska to Popular Sovereignty Southerners happy Northerners screamed – This undid the MO. Comp.

46 Kansas – Nebraska Act Kansas & Nebraska Territories open to Popular Sovereignty Passed by Congress – Signed by Pres. Believed to be answer to slavery question IS IT??

47 RESULTS Proponents and opponents flooded into Kansas Of 3,000 registered voters, 8,000 votes were counted 3 non slavery vs. 36 slavery representatives were elected WHAT HAPPENED?

48 VOTER FRUAD WHAT HAPPENED THEN?

49 2 GOVERNMENTS ANTI SLAVERY GOVERNMENT PRO SLAVERY GOVERNMENT EACH CLAIMED AUTHORITY WHAT HAPPENED THEN??

50 VIOLENCE

51 Proslavery Sheriff leads 800 men and attacks anti slavery Lawrence Kansas

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53 Anti slavery activist, John Brown attacks Pottawatomie Creek Kansas

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55 PREDICT WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT?

56 Bullet Points pg. 505 Read pgs

57 Ch 14 Sec 3 I can understand how the Lincoln – Douglas debates and John Brown’s raid increased tensions between North and South

58 A New Political Party 1854 – Whig party split apart New party called Republican Party Attracted Northern Democrats and Free Soil party members Committed to stopping spread of slavery

59 Growth seats in Congress of 245 All but two northern state legislatures 1856 Ran John C. Freemont for President Won 11 of 16 free states James Buchanan elected

60 Dred Scott Decision 1857 Dred Scott was a slave Had lived in Wisconsin and Illinois What is important about Wisconsin and Illinois?

61 Answer Illinois and Wisconsin are free states Dred Scott wants his freedom even though he is now in Missouri

62 Decision African Americans are NOT citizens Cannot sue in Court Slaves are property so it doesn’t matter where they lived Property belongs to the owner

63 Decision Congress does not have the power to prohibit slavery in the territories MO Compromise illegal

64 Reaction Southerners pleased Northerners shocked A young Illinois lawyer speaks out The idea that African Americans could not be citizens was based on a false view of American History

65 Who is this masked man?

66 LINCOLN Not an abolitionist Was anti slavery Served in Illinois House of Reps. Served 1 term in U.S. House of Rep. Opposed Kansas-Nebraska Act Joined Republican party

67 1858 Republicans choose Lincoln to run for Senate Lincoln speaks turn to page 496

68 Debates Democrats choose Stephen Douglas Lincoln debates him Lincoln and Douglas both courted Mary Todd Lincoln won this one

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70 Debates LINCOLN If slavery is not wrong nothing is wrong Slavery should not expand to western territories Slavery will die on its own Blacks and whites are not equal but have rights DOUGLAS Popular sovereignty is right Illinois chose no slavery, MO chose slavery Lincoln is a dangerous abolitionist and wants black equality

71 And the winner is DOUGLAS

72 1859 John Brown driven out of Kansas Attacks Federal Arsenal in Harpers Ferry VA. Wants guns to give to blacks to stage a revolt Said the Bible guided his actions Captured – tried – convicted - hanged

73 Reaction People in South saw justice served People in North considered him a hero People in South feared Northern response

74 John Brown Who or what is John Brown Is it this?

75 OR IS IT THIS

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78 Right – Wrong - Best Are either completely right? Are either completely wrong? Which is best?

79 Bullet Points pg. 505 Read pg

80 Ch 14 Sec 4 THE COMING OF THE CIVIL WAR

81 I CAN UNDERSTAND HOW THE ELECTION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN SPARKED THE SECESSION OF SOUTHERN STATES

82 Election of 1860 Lincoln popular because of L-D debates Democrats split North – Douglas – Supports Popular Sovereignty South V.P. John Breckinridge – Supports slavery even though secession Constitution Union Party – John Bell – Against secession and supports slavery

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84 THINK!!! What happens to a political party when its vote is split? What happens when there is a third party? Is it any wonder Lincoln won?

85 Secession Chronology Nov – Lincoln elected Dec – S. Carolina Jan – Miss., FLA., ALA., GEO., LA. Feb. – TX Feb. C.S.A. born - New Constitution. Jefferson Davis made President

86 Secession Chronology March 4th 1861 – Lincoln inaugurated March 6th – CSA asks for 100,000 volunteers April 12, CSA attacks Fort Sumter in Charleston April 13, Fort Sumter surrenders April 16, Lincoln calls for 75,000 volunteers

87 Secession Chronology April 17, VA secedes May – AK., TN., NC.

88 Why the war?

89 -Slavery -Sectionalism -Nationalism / Honor -States rights -Free soil -Tariffs -Election of Lincoln


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