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  1. What occurs in end of the Election of 1856?
  2. Wilmot Proviso
  3. What are the advantages of the North?
  4. How are the southern states readmitted into the Union?
  5. What are the advantages of the South?
  1. a 1. The U.S. Army before the wary was largely made up of Southerners; tended to be better marksman, horseman and like military life
    2. The Confederate Army has better Generals
    3. The South has the home-field advantage; most of the battles were fought in the South
    4. Receive public support
    5. Their strategic task to win to defend their territory and not quit until the North becomes tired
  2. b Lincoln uses a reconstruction process
  3. c - introduced by David Wilmot in 1846
    - prohibits the introduction slavery into any territory the U.S. gains from Mexico
    - Passes through the House but not by the Senate because the South has a maintained equality of the Senate
    - Shows the sectional tensions that exist
    - Argues that Congress has the right to make any law for the territories including laws about slavery
  4. d - James Buchanan wins the Election
    - the new Republican party does extremely well and terrifies the South
    - The South wants a federal law that will protect slavery in the territories
  5. e 1. Much larger and has a huge economic advantage; 90% of America's industry
    2. Can afford to finance the war
    3. Has huge advantages in terms of transportation- railroads
    4. The South always runs out of food and can only produce cotton
    5. In terms of weaponry, the North is able to manufacture Springfield rifles; modern technology

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. - the belief that the South is different from everyone
    - believe in a measure of autonomy
    - The South has become more conservative and defensive about slavery
    - The defensiveness hardness into a cultural and political nationalism, seeing the North as a threat
  2. - Hayes would be President and southern blacks would be abandoned by their fate
    - removal of all federal troops from the former Confederate states
    the appointment of at least one Southern Democrat to Hayes's cabinet
    - construction of another transcontinental railroad
    - legislation to help industrialize the South and get them back on their feet
  3. adopted the Conscription Bills
  4. - ratified in 1870, prohibits the denial or abridgment of the right to vote by the federal of state governments on the basis of race, color, or prior condition as a slave.
    - intended to guarantee African Americans the right to vote in the South
  5. - accused Lincoln of endangering the Union by his talk of putting slavery on the path to extinction
    - charged that Lincoln's moral opposition to slavery implied a belief in racial equality

5 True/False questions

  1. Who were supporters of the American Colonization Society?1. They argued that society still accepts slavery and that slavery should be worked to be abolished
    2. They argued that it violates basic American principles
    3. The United States is home and has been for generations and Africa wasn't home
    4. African Americans resented the idea that they were a nuisance to get rid of


  2. Wade Davis Bill- passed by Congress in July 1864, requiring that 50 percent of the voters take an oath of future loyalty before the restoration process could begin
    - once that occurred, those who could swear they never willingly supported the Confederacy could vote in an election for delegates to a constitutional convention


  3. Scalawags- nativists, people who were native-born, believed in an anti-immigration attitude
    - expressed their hatred in bloody anti-Catholic riots, burning churches and convents


  4. Why don't Irish immigrants want to free the slaves?President Pierce


  5. How does the North feel about the secession?The North doesn't want to let the South go and doesn't allow it


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