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Wilmot Proviso outlaw slavery in every territory of the U.S
Free Soil Party party dedicated to stopping the expansion of slavery
Henry Clay created a plan to please the North and the South
Stephen A. Douglas got the job of winning passage of the plan.
Compromise of 1850 designed to settle the disagreements of the free and slave states
Harriet Beecher Stowe she wrote Uncle Tom's Caabin to say that slavery is brutal and immoral
Uncle Tom's Cabin novel that states slavery is immoral
Fugitive Slave Act help slaveowners recapture runaway slaves
Popular Soverignty when residents vote to decide an issue
Kansas-Nebraska Act law that allowed residents to vote for slave states
John Brown along with seven other men killed 5 slaveowners
Republican Party party of abolitionists
John C. Fremont national hero for his explorations in the West
James Bunchanan democratic nominee for presidency
Dres Scott v.s. Sandford Dred Scott sued for his freeedom after his qwner died and sent his case to court
Roger B. Taney Cheif Justice of the Supreme Court who said Dred couln't sue cause he wan't a citizen
Abraham Lincoln challenged Douglas for his seat in the Senate
Harpers Ferry held the U.S Weapons aresonal in Virginia
Platform statement of beliefs
Secede withdraw from the Union
Confederate States of America seceded states formed this in Monntgomery
Jefferson Davis president of the Confederacy
Crittenden Plan compromis that could have stopped seccesion
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