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The american civil war 1861 1865 part i the prelude to war

The American Civil War

1861-1865

Part I The Prelude to War


Is presented to you by kathleen m price in association with bishop hafey jr sr high school

Is presented to you

by

Kathleen M. Price

in association with

Bishop Hafey Jr/Sr High School


Background and causes

“You might as well try to put out the burning flames of a house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

William T. Sherman

Background and Causes

  • Economic issues

  • Political issues

  • Social/moral issues


Economic problems

The North house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

Industrial region

Favored tariff on imported goods

The South

Agricultural region

Imported goods from Europe therefore not in favor of tariffs

EconomicProblems:


Political problems
Political Problems house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”:

  • The South favored State’s rights - loyalty to state before country

  • South losing political power to Northern and Midwestern states – larger populations

  • Therefore, the South was losing a balanced Senate- less amount of slave states.

  • And finally, a President from the North and against slavery


Social and moral issues
Social and Moral Issues house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

  • Slavery – concerned over property ownership by South. The constitution guaranteed the right to own property and protected against seizure of property

  • Slavery – a person owning another person is wrong in the eyes of many Northern citizens.


Background events
Background Events house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

  • Missouri Compromise

  • Compromise of 1850

  • Kansas-Nebraska Act

  • Dred Scott Decision

  • John Brown’s Raid

  • Election of Abraham Lincoln


Missouri compromise 1820
Missouri Compromise house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.” (1820)

  • Country had 11 slave and 11 free states

  • Missouri requests statehood.

  • This would unbalance the Senate

  • Henry Clay’s plan was to admit Missouri as a slave state and admit Maine as a free state

  • Line was drawn across US, south of the line would be slave except for Missouri, and north of the line would be free.

  • Agreed by both sides


Compromise of 1850
Compromise of 1850 house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

  • Dealt with question of slavery in West

  • At time, 15 slave/15 free states in U.S.

  • Idea of Henry Clay & Daniel Webster

  • California as a free state

  • New Mexico and Utah territories citizens would vote on free or slave -- “popular sovereignty”

  • Strict Fugitive slave laws put in effect


Kansas nebraska act 1854
Kansas-Nebraska Act house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.” (1854)

  • Devised by Stephen Douglas

  • Nebraska was a large territory, so divide into 2 territories (Nebraska and Kansas) making the “popular sovereignty” to be slave or free

  • South was in favor of Act because slave owners from Missouri could move their to vote for slavery

  • North was angry because Nebraska was always a free territory and knew South wanted slavery to move northward

  • Kansas territory became known as “Bleeding Kansas” as violence erupted as both sides tried to establish control of the government of Kansas


Dred scott decision 1857
Dred Scott Decision (1857) house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

  • Scott was a slave whose owner moved into a free state. When the owner died, Scott argued that he should be a free man.

  • Went to Supreme Court: the Court ruled that since Scott is a slave, he was not considered a citizen - -slaves were property.

  • Court also ruled that Congress could not outlaw slavery in a territory therefore the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional.


John brown s raid 1859
John Brown’s Raid (1859) house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

  • John Brown & followers raided a federal arsenal (gun warehouse) at Harper Ferry, Virginia. They planned to give the guns to slaves in area to start a slave revolt.

  • Brown was eventually captured and at his trial was found guilty of treason. Brown was sentenced to death by hanging.

  • Brown became a hero to many northern abolitionists. Southerners felt even more threatened.


Election of abe lincoln 1860
Election of Abe Lincoln house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”(1860)

Lincoln defeated 3 opponents:

  • Stephen A Douglas ( Northern Democrat)

  • John C. Breckinridge (Southern Democrat)

  • John C. Bell (Constitutional Union Party)

    Lincoln’s victory was the signal for the South’s secession and eventually war.


Vocabulary terms to know

Secession house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

Compromise

Civil war

Tariffs

Slave codes

Abolition

Underground Railroad

Sectionalism

Fugitive

Arsenal

Martial law

Emancipate

Bounties

Civilians

Draft

Vocabulary Terms to Know


Northern States outnumber Southern States house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”The number of senators from slave and free states were no longer even and with the election of Abraham Lincoln, the South felt he would not be sympathetic to their way of life and would not treat them fairly. This caused the South to secede.


Credits house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

Graphics used this presentation can be located at the following sites:

webpages.marshall.edu/~hughesll/highlights.htm

www.civilwarhome.com/csa.htm

www.ilt.columbia.edu/k12/history/gb/origin.html

www.eden.rutgers.edu/~sirak/uscwcc/highlights.htm

www.members.tripod.com/~greatamericanhistory/grD2013.htm


The American Civil War house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

1861-1865

Part II: The Battles and Generals


Political leaders
Political Leaders house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

North (Union) South (Confederate)

Abraham Lincoln Jefferson Davis

Andrew Johnson Alexander Stephens


Military leaders
Military Leaders house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”

The Confederacy The Union


Battles
Battles house with a squirt gun, I think it is to be a long war, a very longer war than any politician thinks.”


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