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1abolitionists popular sovereignty Kansas-Nebraska Act Bleeding Kansas civil war vocabulary #1Define each of the following words and draw amemory cue for each one. Due tomorrow.abolitionistspopular sovereigntyKansas-Nebraska ActBleeding KansasDred Scott decisionMissouri CompromiseCompromise of 1850
2warm-up 11/2/11Make a list of 10 facts and/or questions about the Civil War.These are facts you think you know or wonder about.
3Explain 2 differences between the north and the south. warm-up 11/4/11Explain 2 differences between the north and the south.
4cover page – turn book horizontally write these 6 civil war ideas on your coveruse the markers to make it look interestingdo a list or scatter the ideas randomly on the cover“A house divided… cannot stand”UnionvsConfederacy“Across 5 Aprils”President LincolnSlave statevsFree stateGen. GrantGen. Lee
6warm-up 11/3/11Look at the graphic on p Which 2 differences between the north and the south do you think are going to cause the most tension and conflict?
7Southern states form confederation Timeline of Events Leading to War (p. 1)-Pro slavery-Pro slaverySouthern states form confederation-Pro slavery-Pro slaveryDred Scott decisionKansas – Nebraska Act1861Compromise of 1850S.C secedes18581855Lincoln Elected PresBleeding Kansas1852Uncle Tom’s Cabin- Unrest over slavery1850Anti slavery-Fugitive Slave Act- Anti slavery-Pro slavery
8North vs South turn your desk to face your partner read your card about the north or southmake a web/mind map about your regionpictures ONLYwhen time is called, you will hang your visual on the wallgo to the other wall and take notes about the other region based on the visuals therecomplete the chart for your regioncomplete the closure activity
9north vs south random min checks write 2 facts about your region based on what you have read so farwrite 2 more facts about your regionwrite 2 facts about the other region
10Closure assignmenton the back of your chart, explain 3 differences between the north and south. Now, which side do you think will win based on these differences?
11warm up 11/4/11Quick write… Does the federal government have the right to tell the people organizing a new state that they cannot have slavery? Why or why not?This is your opinion – no wrong answers with good ideas to back it up
12WEST North – complete from Thurs 1. 2. 3. 4. 1.manifest destiny 2. Territories added3. US war with MexicofactsSouth – complete from Thurs220.127.116.11.4. debates in theterritories overslavery
13Name ________________________ can you believe this huge number of battlefields!!WOW! Look how manywere in Virginia.there was a smallskirmish in Arizona atPiccacho Pass, nearTucsonLabel each state wherebattles occurredColor entire map to shownorth, south or border stateby the end of 1861.use p.359
14closure 11/4/11on the back of your map, in the blank space at the bottom of the page, make this chart & fill it outIf your map isn'tfinished, pleasefinish it overthe weekend.Union states1.2.3.Border states18.104.22.168.States thatjoined theConfederacy1.2.3.Now, tell your partner what you wrote for answers!
15Fighting Against Slavery Life of work -Life of want -Life of fear -Life of hope -
16How did free blacks help slaves? How did slaves resist captivity?Underground Railroad p. 287
17Why some people opposed abolition Definition: of AbolitionistsHarriet Beecher StoweJohn BrownFredrick DouglasWhy some people opposed abolitionWilliam Lloyd GarrisonABOLIONISTS