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Enslaved Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth both been ________, and that helped them become effective abolitionist speakers. (467)

HarrietTubman Woman born into slavery in Maryland and became the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad. (467)

SusanBAnthony Woman that played a key part in building the call for women’s rights into a national movement? (470)

popularsovereignty System in which issues are decided by the citizenry or voters. (486)

KansasNebraskaAct The 1854 law that established the territories of Kansas and Nebraska and gave their residents the right to decide whether to allow slavery. (486)

Republican Political party formed in 1854 by opponents of slavery whose goal was to stop the spread of slavery in the U.S. (492)

DredScott Slave who sued for his freedom and lost in an 1856 Supreme Court decision that also ruled that Congress lacked the power to limit slavery. (493)

agrarianSouth The way of life organized to promote agricultural interests in the southern region of the United States. (vocabulary)

industrialNorth The way of life organized to promote factories and large scale businesses in the northern region of the United States. (vocabulary)

Expand Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas agreed that slavery should not ________? (496)

WilmotProviso 1846 proposal that outlawed slavery in any territory gained from the War with Mexico. (483)

Douglas Last name of the Illinois senator who backed the Compromise of 1850 and had a series of debates with Abraham Lincoln over slavery. (484)

Compromiseof1850 Name the agreement that allowed California into the Union as a free state and created the Fugitive Slave Act. (484)

FugitiveSlaveAct 1850 law meant to help slaveholders recapture runaway slaves by requiring people in the North to help. (485)

Stowe Last name of the abolitionist who was the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. (485)

HarpersFerry Identify the federal arsenal in Virginia that was captured in 1859 during an antislavery revolt led by John Brown. (497)

Treason Term that means the betrayal of one’s country. (497)

LincolnDouglas Series of debates concerning slavery conducted while both men were campaigning for election to the U. S. Senate. (495)

ConfederateStates Name for the confederation formed in 1861 by the Southern states after their secession from the Union. (502)

JeffersonDavis First and only president of the Confederate States of America. (502)

secede Term that means to withdraw. (502)

statesrights The idea that the states have certain rights that the federal government cannot overrule. (502)

Kansas State that was nicknamed “bleeding” because of violent skirmishes over the issue of slavery that took place there? (487)

investment Term for when money is committed to a project in order to create a profit? (482)

industries What attracted immigrants to Northern cities? (482)

wealthyplanters Small group of educated white men who dominated Southern politics. (482)

compromise The agreement that comes about when two people or groups each give way a little to settle a dispute? (496)

Fremont Last name of the Republican candidate nominated in 1856 for president and was nicknamed the “Pathfinder.” (492)

EighteenSixty Election year where Southern states began seceding from the Union because they feared Lincoln would abolish slavery. (501)

AbrahamLincoln President elected in 1860 who said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” (495)



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Chapter 14.3 & 15 Crossword Due Date: ________________________________

Mr. Popovich Period: ______
Directions: You will use your vocabulary, notes, and study guide to find the answers. Write in all CAPITAL letters.
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2. Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas agreed that slavery should not ________? (496)

4. Name the agreement that allowed California into the Union as a free state and created the Fugitive Slave Act. (484)

5. Name for the confederation formed in 1861 by the Southern states after their secession from the Union. (502)

7. Slave who sued for his freedom and lost in an 1856 Supreme Court decision that also ruled that Congress lacked the power to limit slavery. (493)

9. First and only president of the Confederate States of America. (502)

13. 1850 law meant to help slaveholders recapture runaway slaves by requiring people in the North to help. (485)

15. Term that means to withdraw. (502)

16. System in which issues are decided by the citizenry or voters. (486)

19. Woman that played a key part in building the call for women’s rights into a national movement? (470)

21. 1846 proposal that outlawed slavery in any territory gained from the War with Mexico. (483)

22. Last name of the abolitionist who was the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. (485)

23. Series of debates concerning slavery conducted while both men were campaigning for election to the U. S. Senate. (495)

24. The idea that the states have certain rights that the federal government cannot overrule. (502)

25. Term that means the betrayal of one’s country. (497)

26. The way of life organized to promote factories and large scale businesses in the northern region of the United States. (vocabulary)

27. The way of life organized to promote agricultural interests in the southern region of the United States. (vocabulary)

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1. The 1854 law that established the territories of Kansas and Nebraska and gave their residents the right to decide whether to allow slavery. (486)

3. Identify the federal arsenal in Virginia that was captured in 1859 during an antislavery revolt led by John Brown. (497)

6. Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth both been ________, and that helped them become effective abolitionist speakers. (467)

8. Last name of the Republican candidate nominated in 1856 for president and was nicknamed the “Pathfinder.” (492)

10. What attracted immigrants to Northern cities? (482)

11. Election year where Southern states began seceding from the Union because they feared Lincoln would abolish slavery. (501)

12. Small group of educated white men who dominated Southern politics. (482)

14. The agreement that comes about when two people or groups each give way a little to settle a dispute? (496)

17. State that was nicknamed “bleeding” because of violent skirmishes over the issue of slavery that took place there? (487)

18. Last name of the Illinois senator who backed the Compromise of 1850 and had a series of debates with Abraham Lincoln over slavery. (484)

20. President elected in 1860 who said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” (495)

26. Term for when money is committed to a project in order to create a profit? (482)



28. Political party formed in 1854 by opponents of slavery whose goal was to stop the spread of slavery in the U.S. (492)

29. Woman born into slavery in Maryland and became the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad. (467)


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