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A Dividing Nation

A Dividing Nation

A Dividing Nation. 21.1 *Between 1820 and 1860 Americans had tried to make several compromises on the issue of slavery. *But slavery wasn’t a simple political issue. It was a deeply moral issue.

By emily
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APUSH Review: Video #32: Attempts To Resolve Slavery In The Territories (Key Concept 5.2, II, B)

APUSH Review: Video #32: Attempts To Resolve Slavery In The Territories (Key Concept 5.2, II, B)

APUSH Review: Video #32: Attempts To Resolve Slavery In The Territories (Key Concept 5.2, II, B). Everything You Need To Know About Attempts To Resolve Slavery In The Territories To Succeed In APUSH. www.APUSHReview.com. Big Idea. As the US expanded, the number one issue was slavery

By sandra_john
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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Federalism: Forging a Nation. 3-2. Woodrow Wilson.

By robbin
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USHC 4.1

USHC 4.1

USHC 4.1. Antebellum Pages 240-250, 254-258, 259-265, 276-279, 304-306. North VS. South VS. West. Social and Cultural Differences Economic Differences Geography Regional Pride Development of the West http://www.learner.org/biographyofamerica/prog10/feature/index.html. Puritans

By houston
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Politics and the Causes of the Civil War

Politics and the Causes of the Civil War

Politics and the Causes of the Civil War. Introduction. Begin to see political division before the United States is formed as a nation

By zea
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Civil War and Recontruction Review

Civil War and Recontruction Review

Civil War and Recontruction Review. He was denied freedom by the supreme court a. Henry clay B. Fredrick Douglas C. Dred Scott D. Ulysses S Grant. C. War strategy used by the north a. trench warfare b. search and destroy c. guerrilla warfare d. anaconda plan. D.

By tannar
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The Civil War - Contributing Factors

The Civil War - Contributing Factors

The Civil War - Contributing Factors. What were the main factors that contributed to the start of the Civil War?. The Democratic Party’s (est. by Andrew Jackson, 1824) basic ideas:. -Government should serve the “Common People” -Voting rights extended to non-property owners

By jacob
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Chapter 10 “And Black People Were at the Heart of It”; The United States Disunites over Slavery

Chapter 10 “And Black People Were at the Heart of It”; The United States Disunites over Slavery

Chapter 10 “And Black People Were at the Heart of It”; The United States Disunites over Slavery. I. Free Labor ~ Slave Labor. Slavery in the western lands Legal or outlawed? Divided the nation Southern white people supported slavery Northern white people opposed slavery in territories

By kaia
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The Dred Scott Decision

The Dred Scott Decision

The Dred Scott Decision. Emily Blake Staley Upper Elementary School 5 th Grade Powerpoint EBLAKE@romecsd.org. On your own and on the worksheet provided: 1) Write a definition for the word property. 2) List some examples of property.

By manon
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Slavery to Civil Rights

Slavery to Civil Rights

Slavery to Civil Rights. Part 1. The Roots of Conflict. King Cotton Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin (1793) cotton could be very profitable with large enslaved force By mid 1800’s: North – economy relied mostly on manufacturing with an

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Confronting the Issue of Slavery

Confronting the Issue of Slavery

CA SS: 8.9.3, 8.9.4, 8.9.5. Confronting the Issue of Slavery. 8 th Grade U.S. History Mrs. Chen. The Issue: Man or Property?. The North. The South. Supports slavery Slaves are PROPERTY and not men therefore they have no rights

By mateo
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Contradictions that Bind: Expansion and Reform (1801-1861)

Contradictions that Bind: Expansion and Reform (1801-1861)

Contradictions that Bind: Expansion and Reform (1801-1861). Related Topics Covered in Lecture 3. Louisiana Purchase (1803) – Jefferson’s victory War of 1812 – A draw “spun” as a triumph Missouri Compromise (1820) – uneasy handling of slavery issue

By lilia
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Federalism: Forging a Nation

Federalism: Forging a Nation

Federalism: Forging a Nation. Chapter 3. Federalism: National and State Sovereignty. The Argument for Federalism Authority divided into two levels: national and regional Protects liberty Moderates government power by sharing Strengthening the union.

By varick
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Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Uncle Tom’s Cabin. On The Brink of War. I) On the Brink of War. Dred Scott Decision. I) On the Brink of War. Dred Scott Decision Supreme Court case that determined several important things. I) On the Brink of War. Dred Scott Decision

By dillian
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Civil War And Reconstruction

Civil War And Reconstruction

Civil War And Reconstruction . Lisa Gamble Symsonia Ele. 5 th Grade. Flags Of Civil War. Eli Whitney. Cotton Gin Textile Mills Increased Demand for enslaved workers. Differences That Divide The North and South. Different Ways of making a living North gets rich from southern cotton

By keren
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Coming of the American Civil War

Coming of the American Civil War

Coming of the American Civil War. A New Antislavery Party. The Republicans quickly became a powerful force in politics. The congressional elections of 1854 were held only months after the party was founded.

By rufina
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Civil War

Civil War

Civil War. Analyze the economic, political, and social causes of the Civil War. Vocabulary. POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY COMPROMISE ABOLITIONIST SECTIONALISM FUGITIVE SECEDE . IMPORTANT VOCABULARY!. POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY – A VOTE where the people decide on an issue. (I.E. – slavery)

By celina
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The Deepening Crisis Over Slavery

The Deepening Crisis Over Slavery

The Deepening Crisis Over Slavery. 10.3. The Rochester Convention. African American leaders gathered for a national convention in Rochester, NY in 1853

By zasha
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Chapter 20 and 21: A Dividing Nation Powerpoint

Chapter 20 and 21: A Dividing Nation Powerpoint

Chapter 20 and 21: A Dividing Nation Powerpoint. By: Sixth Grade. Northwest Ordinance of 1787 By: Caroline Farrell. Definition: a law passed by Congress in 1787 that specified how western lands would be governed

By morley
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Unit 4 Antebellum Quiz Study Guide Answers

Unit 4 Antebellum Quiz Study Guide Answers

Unit 4 Antebellum Quiz Study Guide Answers. South South North North South South South North North. 10. North 11. A person who is against slavery 12. The period before the Civil War 13. To pull out/leave 14. An agreement between 2 parties/settlement

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