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United States Expansion

United States Expansion

United States Expansion. Another View of Expansion. "Great Triumvirate". Henry Clay "The Great Compromiser” Represented Kentucky WEST. Daniel Webster Represented Massachusetts NORTH. John C. Calhoun Represented South Carolina SOUTH. Situation/Event Background:

By arleen
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Industrial Revolution, Sectionalism and Civil War

Industrial Revolution, Sectionalism and Civil War

Industrial Revolution, Sectionalism and Civil War. Industrial Revolution. Factories in America Samuel Slater was a skilled mechanic in a British textile mill.

By pooky
(114 views)

1.) Describe the lives of African-Americans prior to the Civil War. 2.) How did slave codes restrict the rights of Afr

1.) Describe the lives of African-Americans prior to the Civil War. 2.) How did slave codes restrict the rights of Afr

Many were slaves. 1.) Describe the lives of African-Americans prior to the Civil War. 2.) How did slave codes restrict the rights of African-Americans?. Slaves were prevented from learning to read and write, and leave the property freely.

By liang
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Author's Purpose

Author's Purpose

Author's Purpose.

By sissy
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Author's Purpose

Author's Purpose

Author's Purpose.

By frasier
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Leading to a Civil War

Leading to a Civil War

Leading to a Civil War. LEADING TO A CIVIL WAR. Events Leading to the Secession of the South The Confederate States of America Causes Leading to the Civil War . Leading to a Civil War. Events leading to the Secession of the South Sucession

By fay
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Label the Following Items (pg. 116)

Label the Following Items (pg. 116)

Label the Following Items (pg. 116). Free States Slave States Missouri Compromise of 1820 Line Slavery Permitted by popular sovereignty (Compromise of 1850 and the Kansas Nebraska Act of 1854).

By alden
(80 views)

A Union in Peril: The Sectional Crisis of the Early Nineteenth Century, 1820-1861

A Union in Peril: The Sectional Crisis of the Early Nineteenth Century, 1820-1861

A Union in Peril: The Sectional Crisis of the Early Nineteenth Century, 1820-1861. Key Events: The Sectional Crisis . Missouri Compromise of 1820. Missouri Compromise of 1820. Key Events: The Sectional Crisis . Missouri Compromise of 1820 Mexican War (1846-1848).

By kayla
(120 views)

Made By: Jenna, Jasmine, Maddy, and Ruxi

Made By: Jenna, Jasmine, Maddy, and Ruxi

Made By: Jenna, Jasmine, Maddy, and Ruxi. Bull Run. July 21, 1861 Northerners reasons for the march to Bull Run Wanted to get to Richmond Southerners heard about it from a traitor. Bull Run. People thought that it would not be bloody Union was winning in the beginning

By nassor
(117 views)

The abolitionist movement

The abolitionist movement

The abolitionist movement. By Rylee Parnell, Diamond Johnson, and Jarred Reynolds. Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811- 1896).

By abedi
(116 views)

MIDTERM REVIEW VA./U.S HISTORY

MIDTERM REVIEW VA./U.S HISTORY

MIDTERM REVIEW VA./U.S HISTORY. Membership in the ___ is based on population, while membership in the ___ has equal representation. House of Representatives; Senate. The First Amendment to the Bill of Rights was influenced by this document written by Thomas Jefferson of Virginia .

By carsyn
(103 views)

Harriet Jacobs (Linda Brent)

Harriet Jacobs (Linda Brent)

Harriet Jacobs (Linda Brent). Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, written by Harriet Jacobs (1813-1897) using the pseudonym ( pen name ) Linda Brent, is the most widely read female slave narrative in American history.

By lovie
(290 views)

The Missouri Compromise of 1820

The Missouri Compromise of 1820

The Missouri Compromise of 1820. How Far Would Slavery Extend?. Bad Deal for the South -- In the 40-year period between the admission of Missouri and the outbreak of the Civil War, only 3 slave states south of the 36°30´ latitude were admitted to the Union . In contrast, 6 free states,

By quasim
(284 views)

North vs. South

North vs. South

North vs. South. Differences That Led to War. Slavery. Increasingly divided the nation and led to the Civil War . Slavery. North Did not need slaves for work Wanted new states to be free states Should be abolished for moral reasons. South

By knoton
(163 views)

A House Divided: Federalists vs. Republicans

A House Divided: Federalists vs. Republicans

A House Divided: Federalists vs. Republicans. George Washington : President John Adams: Vice President Thomas Jefferson: Secretary of State. The Debt Dilemma. $75 Million debt from the Revolutionary War.

By saddam
(98 views)

5.1 Changing the Law of the Land

5.1 Changing the Law of the Land

5.1 Changing the Law of the Land. Changing the Law of the Land. After the Bill of Rights only 17 other amendments are ratified Originally states only allowed white, land owning, men to be citizens How has the idea of “We the People” changed over time?. Abolishing Slavery.

By chakra
(154 views)

Election of 1860

Election of 1860

Election of 1860. Missouri Compromise. Compromise of 1850. Kansas-Nebraska Act. “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Emergence of Abraham Lincoln.

By aurora
(459 views)

I. Pre-Civil War--Causes

I. Pre-Civil War--Causes

I. Pre-Civil War--Causes. 1. Western Lands. Treaty of Paris of 1783. A. Louisiana Purchase. 1. Purchased by Jefferson. 2. More than doubled the size of the U.S. Lewis & Clark sent to explore and to find a Northwest Passage. Their expedition opened the way for settlement.

By carlyn
(137 views)

The Missouri Compromise

The Missouri Compromise

The Missouri Compromise. By: Matt Duch. What is the Missouri Compromise?. The Missouri Compromise was a dispute in which Missouri would enter the Union as a slave state and Maine would enter as a free state . Slave and Free states had to be equal. There were 11 free states. Free States:

By ozzie
(83 views)

Focus

Focus

Focus. Why was the fear of slave revolts especially high among white South Carolinians in the 1800s? a. the Nat turner rebellion took plan in S.C. b. Northern abolitionists targeted their efforts on S.C. c. the population of S.C. had the largest percentage of slaves.

By inigo
(117 views)

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