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Ended Revolutionary War.
U.S. v. British Empire 2 nd war for independence National Anthem Star Spangled Banner
Signed Dec, 24 1814 Ended War of 1812 Returned land to US
FL,TX,IW,WC,CA now US territory.
California = Free State. New Mexico and Utah = popular sovereignty to decide.
Violent conflicts between North and South over Slavery.
Attempts to reunite the people of the US and fix the damages of the Civil War.
Include citizens involvement in government affairs.
Expanding Slavery What should we do with our slaves?
Westward Expansion Causes Conflict Over Slavery. I. The Basic Problem A. NOT the morality of slavery B. NOT slavery in the South.
Key Legislation on the Issue of Slavery -How the Union repeatedly tried not to get a divorce.
Causes of the Civil War-History Alive
Lesson 4: Attempts at Compromise Aim: What were the attempts at compromise that were made prior to the start of the Civil War?
California a Free State New Mexico Terr. – slavery allowed Slave trade banned in D.C. Stronger Fugitive Slave law Taylor as President.
WARM UP (11/21/13) Create a chart or Venn diagram in your Warms Up document that compares and contrasts the Pre-Civil War North and South. NorthSouthBoth.
Discuss: Can you think of inventions that have hindered or worsened the world? Today, I will be able to explain why cotton planters moved westward.
The Road to the Civil War North vs South 1818 Missouri asks to join the Union as a slave state 1820 Maine asks to join the Union as a free state 1820 Henry.
Understanding the Compromises WESTWARD EXPANSION AND THE ISSUE OF SLAVERY.
Review – QUIZ TOMORROW!!! Historical Terms 6.1. Missouri Compromise Compromise between the North and South on what to do in the Louisiana Territory Maine.
The Road to the Civil War As the United States expanded West, new territories were formed. It soon became inevitable that these territories would eventually.
Civil War Increasing Tensions Between the North and the South.
9b Compromise. Issues that divided the nation: An important issue separating the country related to the power of the national government. Southerners.
Short Term Causes of the Civil War
Review What were the 3 parts of the Missouri Compromise?
Chapter 5 Section 4 Growing Sectionalism.
Westward Expansion and Slavery. 1.As the United States expanded westward, the conflict over slavery grew more bitter and threatened to tear the country.
Chapter 10 Section 3: New Political Parties. Effects of the Missouri Compromise Compromise maintained the balance in the Senate between slave & free states.
Period 3 & 7 We will examine the events that led to the formation of the Republican Party. Warm Up: President for a Day Chapter 18 Notes Presidential Chart.
The Compromise of Why Another Compromise? With the discovery of gold in California, so many people headed west that California was ready to become.
Causes of the Civil War (1787) Banned slavery in the Northwest territories 1 1.
Compromise of 1850 Tanner Zinni Austin Wray. Compromise Background Attempt to reconcile Free and Slave States Made California a Free State Established.
The Compromises Before the War. Objectives -Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the Missouri Compromise, the Wilmot Proviso, and the Compromise.
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.
What role did compromise play in delaying the Civil War?
Sectionalism What issues divided the country and the legislation that tried to keep the country together.
United States Expansion. Another View of Expansion.
Chief Justice John Marshall is known best for expanding the power of the Federal Government. List 3 examples of how he was able to do this and what he.
Causes of the Civil War Mr. Kitchin 8 th Grade Social Studies Main Menu.
Legacy of the War of Review Question: What were the three reasons that President James Madison gave to Congress when requesting a declaration of.
Chapter 10 The Union in Peril. Economic Differences in North and South South Agriculture Slavery Wealthy Small Population North Manufacturing Anti-Slavery.
CIVIL WAR. ADMIT SLIP 11/23 What potential problem are we facing as a nation as we expand westward ? What does the word Section alism mean? North- South-
Expansion of Slavery Created As the country expands west of the Mississippi River, the pivotal subject of slavery fractures the country. Anti-slavery.
The Rising Storm: Civil War Compromises Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850 Kansas-Nebraska Act.
Chapter 15 Part 1 Notes Road to the Civil War. The Missouri Compromise When Missouri applied for statehood in 1817, it was a territory whose citizens.
Causes of the Civil War. Should Territories be free or slave? The North: Worried that making new territories into slave territories would give South too.
The Coming of the Civil War Chapter Two Nations? A. North & South divided: each saw the other as a threat to their way of life. B. Northern.
The Debate over Slavery Unit 10. Wilmot Proviso vs. Popular Sovereignty W. Proviso: would have banned slavery completely in new territories. P. Sovereignty:
Today’s Schedule – 11/30 Turn in Chapter 14 Work Chapter 11 Quiz 14.1 PPT: The Compromise of 1850 HW: – Thursday: Dred Scott Supreme Ct. Case Analysis.
A Union in Peril Causes of the Civil War. Westward Expansion and Slavery Expansion continually raised slavery issue.
Causes of the Civil War. Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850 Wilmot Proviso Wilmot Proviso Fugitive Slave Law Fugitive Slave Law Nebraska Kansas Act.
Compromises. A. Missouri Compromise 1. Missouri wants statehood – Applies to join Union in 1819 – Would join as a slave state – Would throw off the balance.
The Road to the American Civil War Early attempts at containing slavery A Series of Compromises Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Incidents of Suspicions.
Which action would be considered an example of the unwritten Constitution 1.Ratification of the 19 th amendment in Declaration of war against Japan.
Sectional Conflict and the Civil War. Mexican War United States annexes Texas U.S. congress declares war on Mexico U.S. defeats Santa Anna’s army.
Growth of a Nation (…2 Nations?). As a result of the American Revolution, Britain cedes it's territory east of the Mississippi.
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