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Road to Secession . Events leading to Civil War. Study Guide Identifications. Sectionalism Compromise of 1850 Fugitive Slave Act 1850 Ostend Manifesto, 1854 Kansas Nebraska Act, 1854 Bleeding Kansas, 1855-1856 Know Nothings Dred Scott v Sanford, 1857 John Brown, 1859 Election of 1860 .

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road to secession

Road to Secession

Events leading to Civil War

study guide identifications
Study Guide Identifications
  • Sectionalism
  • Compromise of 1850
  • Fugitive Slave Act 1850
  • Ostend Manifesto, 1854
  • Kansas Nebraska Act, 1854
  • Bleeding Kansas, 1855-1856
  • Know Nothings
  • Dred Scott v Sanford, 1857
  • John Brown, 1859
  • Election of 1860
study guide questions
Study Guide Questions
  • What are the major events that led to civil war?
  • What debate was renewed with the acquisition of California Territory and its application for statehood?
  • What major divisions existed in American Society?
  • What is Zinn’s argument concerning the events that led the United States to wage a civil war?
politics of sectionalism
Politics of Sectionalism
  • To exclude slavery from the western territories was exclude white southerners from pursuing their vision of American dream
  • North politicians argued that exclusion preserved equality of all white men and women to live and work with out competition from slavery labor or rule by despotic slaveholders.
fugitive slave act 1850
Fugitive Slave Act, 1850
  • Reinforced their right to seize and return to bondage slaves who had fled to free territory
fugitive slave act 18507
Fugitive Slave Act, 1850
  • Response to the fugitive slave act
    • Slave catches and planters enslaved free blacks, polarized north and south further
    • Galvanized popular opinion against slavery further
oste ostend manifesto
OsteOstend Manifesto

American minister to England James Buchanan, minister to Spain Pierre Soule, and John Y. Mason, minister to France. 1854

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This 1854 map shows slave states (grey), free states (red), and US territories (green) with Kansas in center (white).

Kansas Nebraska Act, 1854

bleeding kansas 1855 1856
“Bleeding Kansas” 1855 - 1856
  • Competition of anti and pro slavery immigration –Beginning of civil war
    • Further polarized north and south

Titus and pro-slavery forces on their way to attack Lawrence

know nothings
Know Nothings
  • Political Realignment
    • Know Nothings:
      • Mostly former Whigs
      • Anti –immigrant
        • Extend naturalization from 1 to 21 years
      • Anti- Catholic
        • Legislation barring them from public office
      • Nativist
    • New Republican Party
      • Anti-slavery conscious Whigs & Democrats
      • Most Important political force
    • Democrats
      • Pro-slavery, southern sectional party
dred scott v sanford 1857
Dred Scott V Sanford, 1857
  • Taney & 9 justices - 2 days
      • black people, not citizens, could not sue
      • framers of the constitution never intended citizenship for slaves
      • slaves being of an inferior order….so far inferior that they had not rights which the white man was bound to respect
john brown 1859
John Brown, 1859
  • Raid against federal arsenal
  • Harper’s Ferry, Virginia.
    • Trained his rebels & took the arsenal
    • Hoped to spark a slave revolt
    • Captures and Hung for treason
election of 1860
Election of 1860
  • Democratic Party Split
    • Nominated Stephen Douglas
  • Former Whigs – Constitutional Union Party
    • Nominated John Bell
  • Republicans
    • nominated Lincoln
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