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1 The Birth of the Republican Party Julia Krebs-Moberg Katelyn Johnson

2 Birth of Republican Party Northern Whigs, Antislavery Democrats, and Free- Soilers join together due to rising differences between other parties They form the new Republican party Republicans oppose the Kansas-Nebraska Act and want to keep slavery out of the territories and hoped to resurrect Missouri compromise.

3 Birth of Republican Party In February 1854, at a school house in Ripon, Wisconsin, a meeting was held to form a new political party July 6, Republican party was formally organized in Jackson, Michigan Horace Greeley was a founder. He had a great ability to draw support from diverse groups

4 Adds to North/South Tensions Republicans opposed slavery in the territories, and wanted to resurrect the Missouri compromise unlike most southerners Decided to run against Democrats in the election of 1856 on a platform of issues that the Democratic party caused For example the fraudulent territorial election in Kansas

5 Primary Source

6 For further research… Go to ushistory.org/gop/origins.htm

7 Sources Great republican reform party. (1856). [Web]. Retrieved from 6-Republican-party-Fremont-isms-caricature.jpg 1856 national republican banner. (1856). [Web]. Retrieved from The orgins of the republican party. (1995, July). Retrieved from ushistory.org/gop/origins.htm Danzer, Gerald A. et. Al. (2003). The americans. Chicago, Illinois: McDougal Littell.


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