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new jersey civil war

Unit 3 Lesson 1 New jersey during the civil war

emancipate free enslaved persons
helped enslaved people escape along a system of secret routes abolitionists
system of secret routes underground railroads
where some secret routes led to Canada
a place where runaway slaves hid stations
African American who ran a station in Philadelphia where ranaways could rest before crossing the Delaware River William Still
Quaker who offered shelter in NJ to runaway slaves Abigail Goodwin
people who led runaway slaves to safety condutors
escaped slave who risked her life as a conductor Hariet Tubman
approximate number of people Harriet Tubman led to freedom more than 300
where Harriet Tubman worked in 1852 hotel in Cape May
what is a civil war a war between two groups in the same country
type of or name of conflict between Northern and Southern states in 1861 civil war
main reason for civil war in 1861 slavery
states known as slave states (southern or northern) southern states
states known to be against slavery northern states
year Abraham Lincoln was elected president 1860
number of slave states that seceded (or left) the US 11
name of country comprised of the 12 states that seceded from the US Confederate States of America or the Confederacy
4 states that allowed slavery but chose not to secede Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri
when the civil war began April 12, 1861
who confederate troops fired upon Fort Sumter in South Carolina. The troops were forced to surrender
who would soon fight to save the union after the civil war began New Jersey
what is a border state states that allowed slavery but chose not to secede from the US
who thought Lincoln would end Slavery southerners
who depended on the work of enslaved people southerners
what is a free state states against slavery (northerners)
was the United States of America referred to as the Union or the Confederacy Union
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