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5 Matching questions

  1. Know-Nothings
  2. How does Nat Turner's rebellion change slavery?
  3. What are the advantages of the North?
  4. Why does Clay break the Compromise into parts?
  5. Before 1831, how was slavery viewed?
  1. a 1. More restrict the movement of blacks
    2. Southerners blame that Northern abolitionists were the cause; mail is now censored; abolitionist literature is not mailed in the South
    3. More laws restricted slaves to read or write
    4. Curfews are set up to prohibit blacks from congregating in groups larger than two
    5. More difficult to free your slaves; had to take slaves out of state in order to be free
  2. b Because he can't pass it as a whole and will try to pass each part separately
  3. c 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
  4. d - members of a secret, fraternal organization called the Order of the Star-Spangled Banner, founded in NY
    - when members were asked about the organization they responded with "I know nothing."
    - The Order grew in size by 1854, reaching a membership of between 800,000 - 1,500,000
    - political objective was to extend the period of naturalization (5 to 21 years) in order to undercut immigrant voting and to keep aliens in their place
  5. e a "necessary evil"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -in July 1963, a NYC mob of 50,000 protest the draft
    - mainly made up of Irish immigrants b/c they are angry about the draft and afford to pay a substitute
    - The mob blames the war on blacks, will lynch a number of blacks, attack homes, and a black orphanage
    - 120 people will die and 2 million dollars of property destroyed
  2. adopted the Conscription Bills
  3. as the last act of "slave-power conspiracy"
  4. (wealthy) people who could actually receive pardons wanted them because they couldn't vote or hold office without it
  5. - Suspected fugitives were denied a jury trial, the right to testify on their own behalf, and other basic constitutional rights
    - There were no effective safeguards against falsely identifying fugitives or kidnapping free black slaves
    - If a judge decides the accused is a runaway slave, the judge receives 10 dollars; if the judge decides the accused is not a runaway slave, the judge receives 5 dollars

5 True/False questions

  1. How did Northerners view the Kansas-Nebraska Act?Stephen A. Douglas


  2. States Rights- South Carolina will vote unanimously to secede
    - six more southern states will secede
    - In Feb. 1861, delegates from the Deep South established the Confederate States of America declaring themselves a separate nation


  3. Why doesn't the Ten Percent Plan go into affect?Because Lincoln is assassinated


  4. Bleeding Kansas- most of northern nativists became Republicans
    - led by professional politicians who used to be Whigs or Democrats
    - argued that the "slave power conspiracy" was a greater threat to American liberty and equality
    - supported an anti-immigrant or anti-Catholic bias


  5. Why did most free blacks oppose the American Colonization Society?1. In 1816, people wanted to colonize free blacks on a voluntary basis
    2. Claimed that free blacks would always face discrimination and the only humane thing to do was colonize them elsewhere
    3. Free blacks were mixed in their support
    4. Most free blacks oppose the idea


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