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THE UNION IN PERIL CHAPTER 10 Review 1848-1861
When voters in a territory vote on whether or not to have slavery.
The use of popular sovereignty in the new territories would, in effect repeal the? would, in effect repeal the?
Missouri ___________ Slavery allowed No slavery Missouri Compromise
Describe the South before the Civil War: 1) 1)Economy based on the _________ system. plantation 2) Depended on ________ labor. slave
3) The South was primarily (urban or rural?) _____ 4) It had a very small ________ system. railroad
The Wilmot Proviso banned slavery in all __________ won from Mexico. territories
The immigrants to the U.S. at this time opposed slavery on __________ grounds. economic (not moral)
What triggered the Compromise of 1850?
California’s request for admission to the U.S. as a free state.
Who wrote the Compromiseof1850?
What were the Provisions of the Compromise of 1850? 1)__________ was admitted as a free state. California
2) The slave trade would be stopped in _______________. Washington D.C. 3) Utah & New Mexico would enter the union by _______ _________. popular sovereignty
4) Texas would give up its claim to the eastern part of ___ _______. New Mexico 5) The Fugitive Slave Law would be strictly _________. enforced
This doctrine said that slave property laws should not be enforced:
A group of people called the Nativists were mainly opposed to? Immigrants
The major aim of the American Party was to lengthen the time before ____________ could vote. immigrants
This political party appealed to the Nativists The American Party
She wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE STOWE
Stephen Douglas, the writer of the Kansas Nebraska Act, was a Democratic ________ from ______ Senator Illinois
A new political party in 1854 that was against the spread of slavery in the territories:
The Republican Party
The first Republican Party candidate in 1856? John C. Fremont
What new political parties appeared after the collapse of the Whig Party?
Republican Party Free Soil Party American Party
Former President Who ran for President as a Know-Nothing:
The Republican Party found its strength in what part of the country? NORTH
Who won the Presidential Election of 1856?
A slave who sued for his freedom on the basis that he had lived in a free territory.
In the Dred Scott Case the Supreme Court said: 1) Slaves were not __________. citizens
2) Slaves were _______ and ________. property inferior 3) Slavery could exist __________. anywhere
He was the the Supreme Court Chief Justice who delivered the Dred Scott decision.
An abolitionist who led a raid on the Federal arsenal at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia, planning to lead a slave revolt.
JohnBrown Was Brown successful?
He did not succeed and was captured and hanged.
ELECTION OF 1860 Four parties ran candidates.
The Republican Party candidatewas? Abraham Lincoln
Southern Democrat Party candidatewas? John C Breckenridge
Northern Democrat Party candidatewas? Stephen A. Douglas
Abraham Lincoln ran on a platform which promised to stop the spread of slavery into the new ___________. territories
Who won the election of 1860?
The election of 1860, was the first presidential victory for the ___________ Party. Republican
How did Lincoln’s election affect the South?
On Dec. 20, 1860 ______________ voted to secede from the Union. South Carolina
On Feb. 4, 1861, what new country was formed?
Confederate States of America
An escaped slave who helped other slaves escape on the UndergroundRailroad:
The U.S. army Colonel at Harper’s Ferry who captured John Brown:
Robert E. Lee
First President Of the Confederate States of America
A famous debate over slavery was between ________________and________________ Abraham Lincoln Stephen Douglas
Jeopardy Famous People Causes of the war Compromise Of 1850 Kansas Nebraska Act Leftovers Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
The Nation Divides The Road to the Civil War. The Debate Continues Wilmot Proviso – 1846 David Wilmot proposed that slavery be banned from the Mexican.
Antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe that showed northerners the violent reality of slavery and drew many people to the abolitionists’ cause.
Chapter 10 The Union in Peril
The Crisis Deepens Take notes as the lecture is given. You will need to copy the titles and what is in red.
SECTIONALISM The Union in Crisis. Slavery Divides the Nation Northern Views on Slavery African Americans inferior in North Many Northerners were never.
4.1 The Divisive Politics of Slavery
Click to add text Events Leading to the Civil War.
A Mighty Avalanche-Issues Chart Causes of the Civil War.
THE TRIUMPH OF SECTIONALISM The Path to Civil War.
A Divided Nation: Causes of the Civil War CST Analyze the significance of the Wilmot Proviso (1846), the Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay's role.
PRE-CIVIL WAR NOTES. Missouri Compromise (1820) 1. Missouri Compromise (1820) a. Maine enters as a Free State b. Missouri enters as a Slave State c. No.
Divisive Politics of Slavery
The 1850s: A Decade of Crisis
Slavery and States’ Rights Lincoln, Secession, and War
Road to the U.S. Civil War. Economic & Social Divisions, Distrust & Political Conflict → War The South was dependent on growing cotton and slavery A growing.
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.
Causes of the Civil War. **Missouri Compromise** US in 1819: 11 Free & 11 slave states Conflict: Admission of Missouri would upset the balance Solution:
Compromise of 1850 Resistance and Violence New Parties.
Ch 14 Review PoliticiansConflicts Political Parties Legislation Stirring Tensions
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