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The Civil War Chapter 10 Lessons 1 and 2
Regional loyalty. sectionalism
An economy that is based on many industries. diverse economy
Did not allow slavery. free states
Allowed slavery. slave states
Tax on imports. tariff
Invention that led to an increase in slavery because it made growing cotton more profitable. cotton gin
Idea that the states have the final say on laws. states’ rights
Part of the country that adopted the philosophy of states’ rights. South
Someone who escapes from the law. fugitive
Senator from Kentucky who introduced the Missouri Compromise. Henry Clay
7 th President of the US who argued for a strong federal government. Andrew Jackson
Jackson’s Vice-President who argued states’ rights and was the voice of the South. John C. Calhoun
Joined the Union as a slave state in 1820 under the Missouri Compromise. Missouri
Joined the Union as a free state in 1820 under the Missouri Compromise. Maine
Joined the Union as a free state under the Compromise of 1850. California
Reason Kansas was “bleeding”. pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces were fighting
Side that had more industry and factories prior to the outbreak of the Civil War. North
Caused conflicts between the Northern states and the Southern states. slavery tariffs states’ rights
Enslaved man who went to court and tried to win his freedom after his owner died. Dred Scott
What the Supreme court declared about enslaved people in the Dred Scott case. They were property and did not have rights as American citizens
Enslaved man who led an attack that killed many planters. Nat Turner
Two African Americans who started the first African American newspaper called “Freedom’s Journal” in 1827. Samuel Cornish John Russwurm
White Northerner who founded the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833. William Lloyd Garrison
Escaped lave who became famous for his writings and speeches against slavery. Frederick Douglas
A freed slave who traveled the country speaking against slavery whose real name was Isabella Van Wagener. Sojourner Truth
Organized a women’s rights convention in 1848 and wrote a document that called for equality for all Americans. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin, which told of how enslaved workers were mistreated. Harriet Beecher Stowe
A system of secret escape routes that led enslaved people to free lands. Underground Railroad
An escaped slave, known as the “Black Moses”, who helped others escape slavery through the Underground Railroad. Harriet Tubman
Place where the women’s rights convention was held in 1848. Seneca Falls, NY
5th Grade Civil War Study Guide
What were the primary tensions over slavery?
Chapter 5: Causes of the Civil War
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The Causes of the Civil War
Slavery , the Civil War, and Reconstruction
Ch. 5: Causes of the Civil War
EVENTS LEADING TO THE CIVIL WAR 1820’s to 1850’s.
Slavery and Freedom.
Compromise and Conflict in the early 19 th century (early 1800s)
Causes of the Civil War-History Alive
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Divisive Politics of Slavery How do the North & South differ on Slavery?
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Causes of the Civil War Notes
Causes of the Civil War Social Studies Survey.
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