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The Compromise of 1850

The Compromise of 1850

The Compromise of 1850. The Cause. 1. The U.S. had acquired vast territory—result of war with Mexico--Should slavery be allowed? (Wilmot Proviso) 2. California—gold rush 1849—had petitioned for statehood—slave/free balance disrupted. 3. Dispute in TX -claimed territory to Santa Fe

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Fall Final Trashketball !

Fall Final Trashketball !

1. 10. 1. 10. 2. 11. 2. 11. 3. 12. 12. 3. Fall Final Trashketball !. 4. 22. 5. 13. 1. 4. 5. 2. 5. 3. 14. 20. 6. 6. 7. 15. 15. 7. 8. 18. 18. 9. 9. TRASH-KET-BALL.

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Causes of the Civil War

Causes of the Civil War

Causes of the Civil War. Missouri Compromise (1820) Missouri-Slave State Maine-Free State 36 ° 30’ N latitude Nullification Crisis (1832) States Rights. Wilmot Proviso (1846) New Territory gained from Mexico would not be allowed to have slavery Free Soil Party

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Benchmark #4 Review!!!!!!

Benchmark #4 Review!!!!!!

Benchmark #4 Review!!!!!!. Which of the following was an abolitionist and spoke out for women’s rights?. Harriet Tubman B. Frederick Doulgas C. Sojourner Truth D. Harriet Beecher Stowe. Sojourner Truth. What territory did the U.S. acquire as a result of the Mexican War?. California Texas

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Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. The Crisis of Union. APUSH PowerPoint #4.6 (Part 1 of 1). Unit #5 Chapter 12 BFW Textbook TOPIC – Sectional Conflict & Crisis [1844-1861]. I. Slavery in the Territories. Wilmot Proviso a. David Wilmot (Democratic- PA) b. Pro-Texas as a slave state

By zach
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The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad. Pages 486-488. Another Way to Resist. Running away was another way slaves chose to resist slavery. Some slaves ran away alone while others tried to escape with family or friends.

By koen
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Slavery: Underground Railroad Resource Unit

Slavery: Underground Railroad Resource Unit

Slavery: Underground Railroad Resource Unit. Amber Harper. Content.

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Resource Unit: Civil War Grade 8 Beth Luersman, Lindsey Miller and Corrie Miller

Resource Unit: Civil War Grade 8 Beth Luersman, Lindsey Miller and Corrie Miller

Resource Unit: Civil War Grade 8 Beth Luersman, Lindsey Miller and Corrie Miller. Introduction.

By july
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Slavery 1820-1860

Slavery 1820-1860

Slavery 1820-1860. US History. Missouri Compromise (1820). Missouri wanted to apply for statehood Missouri wanted to apply for statehood in 1817 Who would decide whether it would be a slave state or free state? North Congress had to decide

By sheehan
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Unit I – An Industrial Nation Chapter 5

Unit I – An Industrial Nation Chapter 5

Unit I – An Industrial Nation Chapter 5. Section 3 – Segregation and Discrimination African American Culture and Life. Segregation and Discrimination. Legalized Discrimination African American Voting- denied by use of poll tax, literacy tests, grandfather clauses and just plain violence.

By herne
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Slavery and National Politics

Slavery and National Politics

Slavery and National Politics. Issues and Consequences, 1844-1861. Slavery In The Territories. Big issue—delayed Tx. Annexation—but trumped by “Manifest Destiny” in 1840s. “Logic” of 2d Party System kept this issue at bay, but Mexican War reopened the issue. View of Mexican War

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Huckleberry Finn Unit

Huckleberry Finn Unit

Huckleberry Finn Unit. Web Quest Review. American Realism:20 th Century idea in art, music, and literature that showed reflections of the time period. A view of what was actually happening and defining what was real.

By eileen
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Civil Rights

Civil Rights

Civil Rights. Civil Rights. When Did segergation start?. Civil Rights. Indentured Servants Paid with years of labor for trip to new colonies. Civil Rights. There was no mention of Slavery in the Articles of Confederation. Civil Rights. Constitutional Convention. Civil Rights.

By bevan
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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Section 2. Effects of Missouri Compromise. The newly acquired western land forced the question of whether or not slavery would be allowed in the new territories

By roman
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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Causes of the Civil War Slavery Economics Expansion Political (Republican Party) States’ rights. Slavery in the South. Slaves considered property- not people. Some were whipped and abused while others were treated as valuable property.

By lacy
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Set F

Set F

U.S. History. Set F. 1. In the 1850s, the phrase “Bleeding Kansas” was used to describe clashes between A. proslavery and antislavery groups B. Spanish landowners and new American settlers C. Chinese and Irish railroad workers D. Native American Indians and white settlers. Answer 1.

By tara
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Chapter 10: Sectional Conflict Intensifies

Chapter 10: Sectional Conflict Intensifies

Chapter 10: Sectional Conflict Intensifies. American History. Impact of Mexican War. With the new lands acquired from Mexico, the issue of slavery came into those territories Representative David Wilmot proposed the lands be free of slavery or involuntary servitude Wilmot Proviso

By kelli
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Slavery Laws

Slavery Laws

Slavery Laws. The Missouri Compromise (1820). The Compromise of 1850. The Fugitive Slave Act (1850). The Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854). The Dred Scott Decision (1857). The Freeport Doctrine (1858).

By wyatt
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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Heading Toward Civil War. The Impact of the War With Mexico. The Mexican War opened vast new lands to American settlers. This increase in land led to increased debate over whether slavery should be allowed to spread westward.

By vlad
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US Presidents

US Presidents

US Presidents. George Washington (1789-1797) No party. Economy: Hamilton established BUS Foreign Policy: No foreign entanglements (no long term alliances in peacetime) Jay‘s treaty (British leaves forts on US soil, British damages maritime US losses)

By bozica
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