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Arts and Humanities
History of the Americas
Events Leading Up to Civil War
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The compromise that settled the disputes between slave states and free states that joined the union.
The person who wrote the compromise that settled the disputes between slave states and free states that joined the union
the boundary set for the free/slave states that joined the union and which side was which
The bottom line of MO, 36 lattitude. All states above that line were free states, all states below were slave states
The end of the line that set the boundary for free states and slave states
The only state that was an exception to the boundary line.
The person who wrote Compromise of 1850
The compromise of 1850 said that CA is a _____ State, the ______ Law was established for the south, popular sovereignty is established in ___ and _____, and the ____ _____ is banned in Washington DC.
The compromise of 1850 said that CA is a FREE State, the FUGITIVE SLAVE Law was established for the south, popular sovereignty is established in NM and UT, and the SLAVE TRADE is banned in Washington DC.
Uncle Tom's Cabin was written by
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's Cabin was _____ in the south and they denied the book
Uncle Toms Cabin did what in the north?
it increased abolitionist support
The Kansas Nebraska act was written in the year of ____.
The Kansas-Nebraska act said that ___________ and that _____________
The Kansas-Nebraska act said that NE IS DIVIDED INTO KS AND NE and that POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY WILL DECIDE THE ISSUE OF SLAVERY
The republican party was founded in ___.
The Republicans mostly wanted to _____________ for slavery, and a minority were ________.
The Republicans mostly wanted to stop the spread of slavery to west. Not ban it, but stop it, and a minority were true abolitionists
What year did Bleeding Kansas happen?
Who were the two people who ran in the Illinois State Election
Lincoln and Douglas
Who won the Illinois State Election?
What year was the Illinois state election?
John Brown raided ______, planning to break into a federal arsenal and get guns to arm slaves to kill owners, but his plan failed because the church bells warned the millita and he raided an area with little slaves, so he has no men to fight for him
Who were the four canadates who ran in the 1860 presidential election?
Bell (Constitutional Union)
Who won the 1860 presidential election? Why?
He won because all the other candidates were democrats and he was the only republican.
How was the election rigged?
In the south, the voting polls didnt always have Abe's name on them.
What happens as a result of Lincoln winning the election?
Southern states start to secede and leave the Union and join the CSA (Confederate States of America)
What caused the war to start?
When the South thinks Fort Sumter (A US fort) is theirs because it was in their state when they seceded, but the us says that they own it because (Blah Blah blah) and the USA sends food to the fort and the CSA thinks it is an act of aggression and they attack fort Sumter.
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