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One american’s storyOne american’s story
The spread of democracy led to calls for freedom for slaves and more rights for women
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The Path to the Civil War The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Compromise of 1850The Path to the Civil War The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Compromise of 1850
Answer the questions in each section using the information provided in this handout
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Document: Isachar Zacharie to Abraham Lincoln, April 25, 1863Document: Isachar Zacharie to Abraham Lincoln, April 25, 1863
The high prices ruling in January Feby & March brought every bale to market. Thus the Planter having disposed of his produce we cannot look for a revival of business until the country now regained by Genl Banks throws of its shackles & is agained opened to
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Utnif 2012 The Only KUtnif 2012 The Only K
The 1nc is designed to be a (lengthy) 1 off strategy, but can be shortened by saving the last Wynter card for framework in the block. If you want to run a really short version
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Unit 5: Division, Civil War, & Reconstruction Period: civil war interactive presentationUnit 5: Division, Civil War, & Reconstruction Period: civil war interactive presentation
In total, how many slave states seceded from the Union to form the Confederate states?
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Theme: Famous People of the North and South Clara BartonTheme: Famous People of the North and South Clara Barton
Barton returned to Washington, D. C. and, when the Civil War broke out, she was one of the first volunteers to appear at the Washington Infirmary to care for wounded soldiers
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Section 5 The Compromise of 1850Section 5 The Compromise of 1850
Kentucky, trudged through a Washington snowstorm to pay an unexpected call on Senator Daniel Webster of Massachusetts. Clay, the creator of the Missouri Compromise, had come up with a plan to end the deadlock over California
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Missouri Compromise of 1820/Compromise of 1850Missouri Compromise of 1820/Compromise of 1850
Take a blank map of the United States. Make a color key. Color the map according to the following regions in the Missouri Compromise of 1820
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Dred Scott Court Case Notes (1857)Dred Scott Court Case Notes (1857)
His basis for suing was that his owner had taken him from the slave state of Missouri to Illinois (Rock Island) and later to Wisconsin, before returning to Missouri
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Dred Scott- ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Dred Scott. I was sold into slavery in the year 1830. My master lived on a plantation in the slave state of Missouri. Soon after he bought me we moved to Rock Island, IllinoisDred Scott- ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Dred Scott. I was sold into slavery in the year 1830. My master lived on a plantation in the slave state of Missouri. Soon after he bought me we moved to Rock Island, Illinois
Missouri. Soon after he bought me we moved to Rock Island, Illinois. Illinois was a free state. After living in Illinois for a short period of time we moved again to the free territory of Wisconsin. A few years later he moved back to
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Writing Across the Curriculum: The Dred Scott CaseWriting Across the Curriculum: The Dred Scott Case
In 1834, Dred Scott, a slave, was taken by his owner from the slave state of Missouri to the free state of Illinois. Later they went to Wisconsin, another free state
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Main Idea: In the 1850s, violence in Kansas and the Dred Scott decision inflamed tensions over slaveryMain Idea: In the 1850s, violence in Kansas and the Dred Scott decision inflamed tensions over slavery
Kansas-Nebraska Act – 1854 law that established the territories of Nebraska and Kansas, giving the settlers the right of popular sovereignty to decide on the issue of slavery
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Us history Fort Burrows Scott V. SandfordUs history Fort Burrows Scott V. Sandford
Dred Scott's owners, Peter and Elizabeth Blow, die; Dred Scott is sold to John Emerson
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A voice from the pastA voice from the past
Anne Newport Royall was a travel writer. In her 1830 book Letters from Alabama, Royall recorded America's growing interest in religion. She also described hearing a preacher at a Tennessee revival, or meeting to reawaken religious faith
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Important People and Events Leading up to the WarImportant People and Events Leading up to the War
Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The book became a worldwide bestseller in 1850 and has never been out of print since that time. Stowe died an accomplished writer and ardent abolitionist on July 1, 1896, in Hartford, Connecticut
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