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what did Horace Mann Believe
Education would help citazian become better christians
List some key facts about the Industrial Revolution
began in britain in the mid 1700, started in the US in 1790, first affected the textile industry
What was significant about Seneca Falls for women´s rights movement
it marked the starts for campaign for equal rights for men and women
as urbanization occurred and cities grew, what were some of the problems that happened
congestion, poverty, pollution, and crime occurred
LIst the reason that many German immigrants moved west soon after arriving in the United States
the lure of unlimited farm land and looking for better economy
Who was Nat Turner? What is he known for? How did it affect the slaves
He was a slave who lead a revolt for 2 days and killed slave owners and their family. The affects on slavery was that their were more rules then before the revolt
Why did Quakers and other Religious leaders in the north oppose slavery
they believed it was a sin to own another person all were equal in the eyes of God
what was included in the slave codes? How did they affect slaves
the slaves could not learn to read and write and not gather in more then 3 people and could not leave with out a writen pass from owner
Essay: Describe the Underground Railroad and its challenges
Essay: the underground rail was a secret system to help fugitive slave to make it too freedom. It referred to the whole system, People taking slave from one place to another is the conductor. The places they went to are called stations. The slaves are called cargo. Safe houses had a lit lantern to show they were safe. The root was north.
What was a pull factor that attracted immigrants to the United States? What was a push
Ireland was lack of food, Germany was lack of food and weather. Pull was we had land jobs and opportunities.
why were there fewer industries in the south than in the north in the mid-1800s
people in the south with money bought farmland and more slaves and majority people were slaves
How did the inventions of the cotton gin lead to an increase in slavery in the south
produce cotton quicker and higher demand for cotton which increased the demand for slaves
what protected slaves form the worst forms of abuse
property and they were needed for work
Who was frederick Douglass and how did he defy the laws on slavery
was an escaped slave who learned to read.
How did the Second Great Awakening lead to changes in areas such as education and care of the disabled?
people began to fix society
In what ways did education in America change between 1800 and the 1850s?
northern states had free tax supported schools
Essay: Compare and contrast the lives of enslaved African Americans in the South and free African Americans in the North during the early 1800s.
Essay: slaves could not have families and the family could not be seen as true families., free blacks could have families and can get a job. Both were discriminated
Why do you think the Industrial Revolution led to so many advances in technology?
if it led to the way things were powered, how people communicated, how thing were manucahiured, and transported.
Explain how politics and religion led to an American era of reform during the early and mid-1800s.
the second great awakening happened that's the religion act as fact they realize that they had a free will they weren't predestined to go to hell they have free will if they did good they could go to heaven if they did bad they would go to hell.
Missouri applied for admission as a states in 1819. Who did not want missouri admitted? Why
some north and some south. North did not like law b/c it meant that slavery can spread. South did not like b/c congress say there could be free
Essay: Why did the Missouri Compromise fail to solve the issue of slavery
Essay: abolitionists wanted slavery banned, southern slaveholders wanted slavery every. Modern thought that the 36 30 line felt that it should go all the way out to the pacific ocean. The missouri compromises did not do that so they were unhappy. Some people wanted popular sovereignty and it did not do that which made people mad. The Missouri compromise did not work b/c it made every group unhappy
why did conflicts arise over the issue of slavery in the western territory
moderns want it to go all the way, north wanted it to be free. South wanted it to be slave.
How did congress try to resolve the issue of slavery
the missouri compromise, the compromise of 1850, the kansas-nebraska act
What was significant about the free soil party and the fact that slavery was a political issue for the first time
it was founded on the debate over slavery and merged into the republican party
who and from which party won the elections of 1848
Zachary Taylor and the whigs
What were the 5 components of the compromise of 1850
it allowed california to be free. the rest of the Mexican Cession into New Mexico and Utah And voters would decide New Mexico and Utah by popular sovereignty. Ended slave trade in Washington DC. Congress could not ban in among slave states, but if they were able to get rid of it in Washington DC it included a strict Fugitive Slave Law.Settle a border dispute between Texas and New Mexico
What did it mean when the compromise of 1850 allowed popular sovereignty to decide slavery
slavery would be decided by a vote of the people
How did the fugitive slave act of 1850 increase tensions between northerns and southerns
all citizens to catch slaves and return them. if they didn´t there was a $1000 fine and jail time. Judge were paid $10 if the sent runaways back and $5 if they didn´t. These were special courts
Essay: How did Uncle Tom Cabin affect attitudes toward slavery? What was the political significance
Essay: it showed the evils of slavery and the north thought that slavery was a moral wrong and the south destroyed a book store for selling the book. Sold millions of copies the bible was the only book that sold more copies
What was Harriet Beecher Stowe´s intentions in writing Uncle Tom's Cabin
to show the truth of slavery
What are the goals and outcomes of the kansas-Nebraska Act
settler would decide the issue of slavery by popular slavery. It repealed the Missouri Compromise
Why did popular sovereignty cause problems in Kansas and Nebraska
people moved to kansas and stared raids. There was illegal voters
Why did Northerners consider the kansas-Nebraska act a betrayal
new legilader that pass supported slavery. People could get punished for helping slaves. The new laws were for slavery
How did events in kansas foreshadow the looming Civil War
proslavery and antislavery forces battled over the issue of slavery
what altercation happened in the senate and what does it tell you about the mood of the country in the late 1850
Preston brooks beat Charles Sumner with his cane in the senate. They did it in a place that should be civil dignized place.
Who was Dred Scott
A missouri slave that sued for his freedom
How did Dred Scott Case impact the nation and slaves
the missouri supreme court ruled that he was property and not a citizen. Slaves were slaves ANYWHERE in the US
in the dred scott decision, what did the supreme court say about congress's power to regulate slavery
congress did not have to power to outlaw slavery
Why was the republican party founded, and how did lincoln emerge as a leader
the party did not want slavery to spread to the western territories
Neither Stephen Douglas nor Abraham lincoln approved of slavery, so what disagreement did they have
Lincoln wanted slavery to not spread and Stephen did not care
what was the significance of the lincoln-Douglas Debates
Lincoln grew a following and then won the presidency
and became well known
Essay: what did john brown try to do at Harpers Ferry? Why did a court find him guilty of treason? why did northerners see him as a martyr
Essay: he lead a group of followers to a arsenal he planned to give weapons to slaves. Harpers ferry did not have many slaves. John Brown did not have followers and got captured then was found of treason in court the north thought he was a martyr
money investment in a business venture
The amount of goods available
Identical components that can be used in place of one another in manufacturing
the growth of cities
A skilled craftsperson
organization of workers with the same trade or skill
Nonviolent refusal to continue to work until a problem is resolved.
an extreme shortage of food
A policy or practise of equal right for certain rights of people
prepare and use (land) for crops or gardening.
huge growth in economics
name for wealthy planters who made their money from cotton in the mid-1800s
Laws that controlled the lives of enslaved African Americans and denied them basic rights.
closely related people of several generations
A person who wanted to end slavery
the refusal to comply with rules and a peaceful protest
organized attempts to improve conditions of life
A person who owes money
An organized campaign to eliminate alcohol consumption
women's right movement
a time when women fought for their rights
a topic decided by the people
withdraw formally from membership in a federal union, an alliance, or a political or religious organization.
(n.) one who flees or runs away; (adj.) fleeting, lasting a very short time; wandering; difficult to grasp
A war between people of the same country.
the missouri people who were pro slavery and came to vote and influence the voters
A hit-and-run technique used in fighting a war; fighting by small bands of warriors using tactics such as sudden ambushes
storage place for military equipment
Betrayal of one's country
A person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs
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