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Chapter 15 Review. Honors. 1. The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed bill to stop slavery from expanding into land won from _____. When Northern Congressmen tried to pass the Wilmot Proviso, it caused Southerners to fear that the North wished to abolish slavery. _____ did not pass the bill.

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Chapter 15 review

Chapter 15 Review

Honors


Chapter 15 review

1. The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed bill to stop slavery from expanding into land won from _____. When Northern Congressmen tried to pass the Wilmot Proviso, it caused Southerners to fear that the North wished to abolish slavery. _____ did not pass the bill.


Chapter 15 review

1. The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed bill to stop slavery from expanding into land won from Mexico. When Northern Congressmen tried to pass the Wilmot Proviso, it caused Southerners to fear that the North wished to abolish slavery. _____ did not pass the bill.


Chapter 15 review

1. The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed bill to stop slavery from expanding into land won from Mexico. When Northern Congressmen tried to pass the Wilmot Proviso, it caused Southerners to fear that the North wished to abolish slavery. Congressdid not pass the bill.


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2. The Compromise of 1850…1. admitted _____ as a free state2. passed a stronger law to _____ runaway slaves3. banned the buying and selling of slaves in _____ _____


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2. The Compromise of 1850…1. admitted Californiaas a free state2. passed a stronger law to _____ runaway slaves3. banned the buying and selling of slaves in _____ _____


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2. The Compromise of 1850…1. admitted Californiaas a free state2. passed a stronger law to recapturerunaway slaves3. banned the buying and selling of slaves in the _____ _____


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2. The Compromise of 1850…1. admitted California as a free state2. passed a stronger law to recapture runaway slaves3. banned the buying and selling of slaves in the Washington DC


3 by the mid 1850s the south relied more on exports than the north the south s major export was

3. By the mid-1850s, the South relied more on exports than the North. The South’s major export was _____.


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3. By the mid-1850s, the South relied more on exports than the North. The South’s major export was cotton.


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4. The _____ felt that Uncle Tom’s Cabin, written by Harriet Beecher _____, was an unfair attack on their way of life.


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4. The Southfelt that Uncle Tom’s Cabin, written by Harriet Beecher _____, was an unfair attack on their way of life.


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4. The Southfelt that Uncle Tom’s Cabin, written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, was an unfair attack on their way of life.


5 is a system where residents vote to decide an issue

5. _____ _____is a system where residents vote to decide an issue.


5 popular sovereignty is a system where residents vote to decide an issue

5. PopularSovereigntyis a system where residents vote to decide an issue.


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6. The fact that slavery in Kansas was to be decided by _____ _____ caused the mini civil war in the Kansas Territory that caused it to be called “Bleeding Kansas”.


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6. The fact that slavery in Kansas was to be decided by popularsovereigntycaused the mini civil war in the Kansas Territory that caused it to be called “Bleeding Kansas”.


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7. Lincoln-Douglas Debates:1. Debates on _____2. Rep. thought Dem. wanted to make _____ legal3. _____ gets re-elected4. _____ gains national attention


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7. Lincoln-Douglas Debates:1. Debates on slavery2. Rep. thought Dem. wanted to make _____ legal3. _____ gets re-elected4. _____ gains national attention


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7. Lincoln-Douglas Debates:1. Debates on slavery2. Rep. thought Dem. wanted to make slaverylegal3. _____ gets re-elected4. _____ gains national attention


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7. Lincoln-Douglas Debates:1. Debates on slavery2. Rep. thought Dem. wanted to make slaverylegal3. Douglasgets re-elected4. _____ gains national attention


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7. Lincoln-Douglas Debates:1. Debates on slavery2. Rep. thought Dem. wanted to make slaverylegal3. Douglasgets re-elected4. Lincolngains national attention


8 during the lincoln douglas debates accepted slavery where it existed but opposed its spread

8. During the Lincoln-Douglas Debates, _____ accepted slavery where it existed but opposed its spread.


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8. During the Lincoln-Douglas Debates, Lincolnaccepted slavery where it existed but opposed its spread.


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9. Dred Scott v. SandfordSupreme Court ruled (Roger Taney): 1. Scott not a _____, thus he could not sue in US courts 2. Slaves were property and protected by the _____ Amend. 3. _____ Compromise unconstitutional


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9. Dred Scott v. SandfordSupreme Court ruled (Roger Taney): 1. Scott not a citizen, thus he could not sue in US courts 2. Slaves were property and protected by the _____ Amend. 3. _____ Compromise unconstitutional


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9. Dred Scott v. SandfordSupreme Court ruled (Roger Taney): 1. Scott not a citizen, thus he could not sue in US courts 2. Slaves were property and protected by the 5thAmend. 3. _____ Compromise unconstitutional


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9. Dred Scott v. SandfordSupreme Court ruled (Roger Taney): 1. Scott not a citizen, thus he could not sue in US courts 2. Slaves were property and protected by the 5thAmend. 3. MissouriCompromise unconstitutional


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10. John Brown led the attack on _____ _____, VA to inspire slaves to rebel. No slaves joined the rebellion. John Brown was captured, tried for _____ and _____ and hanged.


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10. John Brown led the attack on Harper’sFerry, VA to inspire slaves to rebel. No slaves joined the rebellion. John Brown was captured, tried for _____ and _____and hanged.


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10. John Brown led the attack on Harper’sFerry, VA to inspire slaves to rebel. No slaves joined the rebellion. John Brown was captured, tried for murderand treasonand hanged.


11 were upset by the fates john brown hanged and dred scott lost case for freedom

11. _____ were upset by the fates John Brown (hanged) and Dred Scott (lost case for freedom).


11 northerners were upset by the fates john brown hanged and dred scott lost case for freedom

11. Northernerswere upset by the fates John Brown (hanged) and Dred Scott (lost case for freedom).


12 a is a statement of beliefs

12. A _____ is a statement of beliefs.


12 a platform is a statement of beliefs

12. A platformis a statement of beliefs.


13 abraham lincoln joined the republican party because the and turned him away

13. Abraham Lincoln joined the Republican Party because the _____ and _____ turned him away.


13 abraham lincoln joined the republican party because the democrats and whigs turned him away

13. Abraham Lincoln joined the Republican Party because the Democratsand Whigsturned him away.


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14. The Democratic Party splits because:1. Southern Dems wanted platform to support _____2. Northern Dems wanted __________to decide the issue of slavery3. Southern Dems left two _____over party platform issues


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14. The Democratic Party splits because:1. Southern Dems wanted platform to support slavery2. Northern Dems wanted __________ to decide the issue of slavery3. Southern Dems left two _____over party platform issues


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14. The Democratic Party splits because:1. Southern Dems wanted platform to support slavery2. Northern Dems wanted popularsovereigntyto decide the issue of slavery3. Southern Dems left two _____ over party platform issues


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14. The Democratic Party splits because:1. Southern Dems wanted platform to support slavery2. Northern Dems wanted popularsovereigntyto decide the issue of slavery3. Southern Dems left two conventionsover party platform issues


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15. These events affected the outcome of the 1860 presidential election:1. Douglas’s support for popular sovereignty split the _____ Party2. Douglas’s views on slavery turned _____ voters against him3. Lincoln’s views on slavery made him the best candidate in the _____


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15. These events affected the outcome of the 1860 presidential election:1. Douglas’s support for popular sovereignty split the DemocraticParty2. Douglas’s views on slavery turned _____ voters against him3. Lincoln’s views on slavery made him the best candidate in the _____


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15. These events affected the outcome of the 1860 presidential election:1. Douglas’s support for popular sovereignty split the DemocraticParty2. Douglas’s views on slavery turned Southernvoters against him3. Lincoln’s views on slavery made him the best candidate in the _____


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15. These events affected the outcome of the 1860 presidential election:1. Douglas’s support for popular sovereignty split the DemocraticParty2. Douglas’s views on slavery turned Southernvoters against him3. Lincoln’s views on slavery made him the best candidate in the North


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16. The Southern states decide to secede, or withdraw from the union, after the election of 1860 because they feared the _____ would abolish slavery. _____ _____ was the first to secede.


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16. The Southern states decide to secede, or withdraw from the union, after the election of 1860 because they feared the Republicanswould abolish slavery. _____ _____ was the first to secede.


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16. The Southern states decide to secede, or withdraw from the union, after the election of 1860 because they feared the Republicanswould abolish slavery. SouthCarolinawas the first to secede.


17 the south argued it had the right to secede from the union because it the union

17. The South argued it had the right to secede from the Union because it _____ _____ the Union.


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17. The South argued it had the right to secede from the Union because it voluntarilyjoinedthe Union.


18 means to withdraw from the union

18. _____ means to withdraw from the Union.


18 secede means to withdraw from the union

18. Secedemeans to withdraw from the Union.


Study the map on p 457 there will be a chart on the test good luck

Study the map on p. 457There will be a chart on the test.Good Luck!


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