A general term for a person who worked to end slavery
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Harriet Beecher Stowe's best selling abolitionist novel
Seneca Falls Convention
First women's rights meeting in America
Agreement admitting states in pairs: kep the Senate balanced
Compromise of 1850
Allowed California to enter as a free state and broke the balance in the Senate
Fugitive Slave Law
Law that made everyone turn in runaway slaves, angering many northerners
Scott v. Sanford
Supreme court decision declaring that slaves were property, not citizens, so Congress could not outlaw slavery anywhere
Two senate candidates; had a series of debates about slavery
When people make decisions by direct popular vote
Kansas Nebraska Act
Give an example of a situation where the citizens of a state used popular sovereignty to decide about slavery, leading to violence
New political party formed to limit slavery
Lincoln's Election of 1860
"Last straw" event that led the South to secede
Belief that a state can withdraw from the Union
withdraw formally from the federal union
Frederick Douglass, The Grimke Sisters, Harriet Beecher Stowe, William Lloyd Garrison and the Quakers were all______
Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B Anthony worked for ___ rights
Religious group that believed that all people were equal
Organized effort to end alcohol abuse and problems caused by it
a total ban on the sale and drinking of alcohol
A secret network for helping slaves escape from the South to the North and to Canada
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