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Civil War Timeline

Events that led to the Civil War Timeline

This event solidified Lincoln's Republican Party's anti-slavery platform. Lincoln-Douglas Debates
This US Supreme Court case where it was decided that the Missouri Compromise that limited slavery was unconstitutional. Dred Scott vs. Sanford
A rebellion based on the story of Moses, where Virginias were killed and filled with fear. Nat Turner's Rebellion
A disagreement over whether slavery should be allowed in Kansas. Bleeding Kansas
The compromise that admitted Missouri into the Union as a slave state and Maine as a free state. Missouri Compromise of 1820
The document that repealed the Missouri Compromise and helped create the Republican Party. Kansas- Nebraska Act
The compromise that acquired the land from the Mexcian-American War and admitted California into the Union and the Fugitive Slave Act Compromise of 1850
This event was held in Harper's Ferry, Virginia and the purpose was to arm the slaves to rebel against their owners. John Brown's Raid
High taxes on imported goods to protect American goods. Tariff of 1828
Published with response to the Fugitive Slave Act and showed America the real acts of slvery. Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin
John C. Calhoun resigned and Jackson had to promise that he would use military force against South Carolina if they did not repeal the Ordinance of Nullification. Tariff of 1832
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