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1 5 th Grade Civil War Study Guide Mrs. Thornburgs Version

2 This person led a raid on Harpers Ferry

3 John Brown

4 Who is a person that runs away from the law?

5 Fugitive

6 This is a war between opposing groups of the same country

7 Civil War

8 The 11 Southern States that separated from the United States in 1860

9 Confederacy

10 What is a tariff?

11 Tariff is a tax charged by a government on imported goods.

12 What is discrimination?

13 Discrimination is a treatment of people based on a class or category rather than individual merit.

14 This was a secret system that helped runaway slaves escape to Canada or the free states.

15 Underground Railroad

16 These people printed antislavery newspapers and spoke against slavery to try and end slavery.

17 Abolitionists

18 These people wanted more enslaved people to produce cotton, and that was why it was so important to Southerners.

19 Southern Farmers

20 In this case the Supreme Court ruled that slaves were considered property, and therefore had no rights.

21 Dred Scott

22 This law stated that escaped slaves found in the North were required to be returned to their owners in the South.

23 Fugitive Slave Law

24 What was the leading cause of conflict between the North and the South?

25 Each side disagreed about slavery

26 Who believed that slavery was morally and socially wrong?

27 Abraham Lincoln

28 What do we call a slave state that stayed in the Union?

29 Border States

30 What do we call a state that did not have slavery?

31 Free States

32 What do we call authority carried out by the people at large?

33 Popular Sovereignty

34 What caused the Civil War?

35 The attack on Ft. Sumter

36 What is another name for the United States?

37 Union

38 What do we call the withdrawal when a part of a country leaves or breaks off from the rest?

39 Secession

40 This state was the very first state to secede (or separate) from the UNION. (The North)

41 SOUTH CAROLINA

42 What do we call a state in which slavery is allowed ?

43 Slave States

44 This is when something is given up by both sides in order to reach an agreement to solve the conflict.

45 Compromise

46 This person wrote Uncle Toms Cabin, which described the suffering of slaves.

47 Harriet Beecher Stowe

48 This person ran for the Senate of Illinois as a Republican AGAINST Abraham Lincoln AGAINST

49 Stephen Douglas

50 He was the president of the Confederate States ( South) of America

51 Jefferson Davis

52 He was a slave from Missouri that asked the Supreme Court for his freedom.

53 Dred Scott

54 This person led slaves to freedom by the Underground Railroad

55 Harriet Tubman

56 This person was born into slavery and later spoke in favor of abolition and womens rights. Remember that abolition means to end slavery!!

57 Sojourner Truth

58 This person was a well known abolitionist that escaped from slavery. A writer that often spoke to white audiences about slavery.

59 Frederick Douglass

60 This person printed anti-slavery newspapers called the Liberator

61 William Lloyd Garrison

62 This person led a rebellion against slave owners that resulted in the killing of 59 people. As a result of this rebellion, southern states passed laws to control both enslaved and free blacks.

63 Nat Turner

64 What were the differences between the North and the South

65 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH NORTH (UNION)SOUTH (CONFEDERATE) ABOLISHED SLAVERYALLOWED SLAVERY INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY AGRICULTURAL ECONOMY BELIEVED IN A STRONG FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BELIEVED IN STATES RIGHTS

66 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH

67 The North abolish slavery and the South allowed slavery

68 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH

69 The North had a industrial economy and the South had a agricultural (farming) economy

70 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH

71 The North believed in a strong federal government and the South believed in states rights.

72 The ______Compromise gave popular sovereignty to just SOME of the territories. HINT: Remember popular soverignty is when the people of a state or territory get to make decisions for themselves and the FEDERAL government does not.

73 The Missouri Compromise

74 The Compromise of 1850 accepted what state as a slave state ? What state as a free state? An invisible line was created. Any territories SOUTH of that line would allow slavery.

75 Missouri- slave state Maine- Free State

76 The Confederate states of America was created when what happened? NORTH (UNION) SOUTH (CONFEDERATE )

77 Several states seceded (separated) from the Union (The North) They began a separate union or country.

78 The government tried to keep the states at peace by allowing

79 The same number of FREE states and SLAVE states into the union. Before these areas were states they were called territories.


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