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Civil War

Causes of the Civil War

Cotton became more valuable since the creation of the? Cotton Gin.
Cotton was bought and spun to make? Finished Goods.
The Southern economy became a? One Crop State.
Missouri enters the Union as a? Slave State.
Maine enters the Union as a? Free State.
What was the 36*30 Line? Any new territory North will be free. Any new territory South will be a slave territory.
New Mexico and Utah had? Popular Sovereignty.
The slave trade in DC became? Abolished or banned.
What happened to the Fugitive Slave Law? It strengthened so slaves that ran away had to be brought back to their owners.
Who was Dred Scott? Dred Scott was a slave that sued his master for his freedom.
What fictional story about the life of a slave did Harriet Beecher Stow create? The book titled Uncle Toms Cabin.
What did Abraham Lincoln do as he became president? He tried to end slavery.
What is nullification? A state has the right to invalidate any federal law which that state has deemed unconstitutional.
What is popular sovereignty? The authority of the government is created and sustained by the consent of its people through their elected representatives.
What is the economic base for the North? The economic base for the North was more industrial than agriculture.
What was the Social base for the North? The Social base for the North was that industry was growing so everyone had to work together.
What was the economic base for the South? The economic base for the South was the slave plantation system and cheap labor.
What was the Social base for the South? The Social base for the South was that the South still continued to use slave labor and antiquated social order.
Diversity? North is more diverse than the South.
Seven states seceded from the Union, what were those states? South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
Created by: 19applegartha