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Transcendentalism!

Transcendentalism!

Transcendentalism!. Transcendentalism. Historical Perspective Sought to create literary independence….and spiritual independence Westward Expansion prevalent Social reforms prioritized (abolition of slavery, education, women’s rights)

By ronia
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The Civil War ! ( :

The Civil War ! ( :

The Civil War ! ( :. f. Firing On Fort Sumter.

By niles
(111 views)

U.S. History 8 th Grade

U.S. History 8 th Grade

U.S. History 8 th Grade. February 20, 2014. Targets. Assess the War of 1812 in terms of cause-effect Assess the overall outcome of America’s diplomatic assertiveness

By vui
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CH 15 ROAD TO CIVIL WAR

CH 15 ROAD TO CIVIL WAR

CH 15 ROAD TO CIVIL WAR. The Debate over Slavery. Chp 15 Section 1 P476-481. New Land Renews Slavery Disputes. Additional land gained after Mexican-American War caused bitter slavery dispute Missouri Compromise of 1820 prohibited slavery north of latitude 36°30’

By aiko
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Causes that led to the Civil War (1820-1861)

Causes that led to the Civil War (1820-1861)

Causes that led to the Civil War (1820-1861). Missouri Compromise The Compromise of 1850 Kansas-Nebraska Act Wilmot Proviso Uncle Tom’s Cabin John Brown’s Raid. Dred Scott Decision Differences between North and South Election of 1860 Secession of Southern states Fort Sumter attacked.

By kishi
(219 views)

Gathering Facts: Multiple Accounts

Gathering Facts: Multiple Accounts

Gathering Facts: Multiple Accounts. Week 2. Essential Questions. Why is this topic important? What are some of the most important ideas related to this topic? Where can you find information about a topic? What sources can be used to provide information specific to a topic?.

By tarmon
(107 views)

Compromises Leading to the Civil War

Compromises Leading to the Civil War

Compromises Leading to the Civil War. Can’t we all just get along?. Up to 1860 only a few extremists in the South, called fire-eaters, wanted to apply the doctrine of secession to create a separate Southern country. .

By luz
(206 views)

Unit 3 Part 1 Resistance to Slavery Divides the Nation

Unit 3 Part 1 Resistance to Slavery Divides the Nation

Unit 3 Part 1 Resistance to Slavery Divides the Nation. Abolitionists, both black and white, fight against the continuance of slavery. This struggle will ultimately disunite the USA. Quick Review of Ch. 8 - 9. In what ways did both blacks and whites support the abolition movement?

By azia
(148 views)

Chapter 10 The Union in Peril

Chapter 10 The Union in Peril

Chapter 10 The Union in Peril. Protest, Resistance, and Violence. Fugitive Slave Act. Compromise of 1850 included Fugitive Slave Act All people in free states were required to catch and return all fugitive slaves. Anyone who did not help would be jailed

By amiel
(158 views)

From Compromise to Crisis

From Compromise to Crisis

From Compromise to Crisis. In the late 1800’s compromise between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces became almost impossible.

By thanh
(120 views)

Contingency and History:

Contingency and History:

Contingency and History: . Frederick Douglass’s War on Slavery. To be “contingent”. “depending on something else that might or might not happen” . Historical contingency.

By alda
(121 views)

Abolition and the debate over slavery

Abolition and the debate over slavery

Abolition and the debate over slavery. Americans opposed to slavery began to organize in the 1830s to promote abolition, or the complete end to slavery Some called for emancipation, or immediate freedom for all slaves . Religious- Quakers

By aloha
(169 views)

The Antebellum south

The Antebellum south

The Antebellum south. For Kindred background knowledge. Ante bellum Or “before” “war”. First half of the 1800s Existing before a war; especially : existing before the American Civil War (1861 – 1865). Mason-Dixon line. A line between free and slave states

By aolani
(69 views)

EQT Review Jeopardy

EQT Review Jeopardy

EQT Review Jeopardy. Category 1. Category 2. Category 3. Category 4. Category 5. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500.

By dexter
(74 views)

Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad. Vocabulary. Abolition: the movement to end slavery Abolitionist: a person who believed and worked for the abolishment (end) of slavery. The Underground Railroad. Above-ground series of escape routes for slaves traveling North

By zarek
(251 views)

John Brown’s Raid

John Brown’s Raid

John Brown’s Raid . By: Paityn . Why did he start his raid?. His plan was to help the slaves He wanted to arm the slaves with weapons John Raid and his men stole the weapons. Background Information . John Brown moved about the country over his fifty years

By veta
(161 views)

Civil War Project

Civil War Project

Civil War Project. BY: Aaliyah MacAlpine. When did the Civil War occur?. The Civil War occurred April 12, 1861 and lasted through April 9, 1865. Who was involved in the Civil War? (States). Confederate States: Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana

By fagan
(166 views)

Lesson 18: The Union in Peril

Lesson 18: The Union in Peril

Lesson 18: The Union in Peril.

By edith
(64 views)

Escaping Slavery

Escaping Slavery

Escaping Slavery . Fighting Back . Acted out with force: Lead Revolts Burned Crops Poisoned Their Masters Fought Back in Subtle Ways: Quietly Damaged Property Took Goods From Owners. Reward Posters. Some slaves fought against slavery by trying to escape

By ruby
(175 views)

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