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Causes of the Civil

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Made up of states that remained loyal to the US government Union
made up of states that did NOT remain loyal to the US government Confederacy
freed from slavery emancipate
their goal was to end slavery abolitionist
a war between people of the same country civil war
a state located between the union and confederacy border state
loyalty to a section or part of a country sectionalism
The abolitionist movement began in the north
secret routes and safe houses starting in the South and ending in the north underground railroad
people who led slaves out of the south to the free states on the Underground railroad were called conductors
The most famous conductor on the underground railroad Harriet Tubman
The name of Harriet Beecher Stowe's book Uncle Tom's Cabin
Created by: MrsNewman