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Chapter 10 Section 5. The Election of 1860 Democratic Party- Charleston, SC. Chapter 10 Section 5. Southern Democrats- protect slavery- territories- John C. Breckinridge Northern Democrats- popular sovereignty- Stephen Douglas

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Chapter 10 section 5

Chapter 10 Section 5

The Election of 1860

Democratic Party- Charleston, SC


Chapter 10 section 51
Chapter 10 Section 5

  • Southern Democrats- protect slavery- territories- John C. Breckinridge

  • Northern Democrats- popular sovereignty- Stephen Douglas

  • Border states- DE, MD, KY, MO- Constitutional Union Party- John Bell

  • Republican Party- William H. Seward, Lincoln

  • Lincoln wins the nomination

  • Lower South- TX, LA, MS, AL, FL, GA, and SC

  • Lincoln wins the presidency


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Chapter 10 Section 5

  • Lower South secedes

  • Secessionists- South should leave

  • December 20, 1860- SC leaves

  • CSA- president- Jefferson Davis

  • Lincoln- secession- wrong

  • Stop- expansion- slavery

  • Enforce- laws


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Chapter 10 Section 5

  • Federal troops- Major Robert Anderson- Fort Sumter, SC

  • Running out of supplies

  • President Davis

  • General Beauregard- Fort Sumter- surrender

  • April 12, 1861- Confederate troops- control

  • Upper South- VA, NC, TN, AR- join- Confederacy


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