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|Pay in return for protection
|wrote the Star Spangled Banner
|Francis Scott Key
|Encouraged Native American tribes to unite against western settlement
|Separates river systems flowing in the opposite direction
|Led independence movements in Latin America
|Meeting of members of a political party at which the party conducts its business
|President during the Panic of 1837
|Martin Van Buren
|Trade between two or more states
|Economic Depression /Downturn
|Panic of 1837
|General term for person who worked to end slavery
|An Abolitionist who was an ex-slave
|the right to vote
|Abolitionist who led a raid on U.S. Army weapons stored at Harper’s Ferry
|False or misleading information that is spread to further a cause
|Candidate for Senate who argued against the spread of slavery
|Process that allows people in a territory or state to vote directly on issues rather than have their elected representatives decide 17.
|Freed all the slaves in the Confederacy
|when the military takes over for the government
|This protects your rights when you are put in jail
|warships made if metal that replaced the wooden ships
|Series of bills, connected to fugitive slave act.
|Compromise of 1850
|The Fugitive Slave Act mandated the return of runaway slaves, regardless of where in the Union they might be situated at the time of their discovery or capture
|Fugitive Slave Act
|US policy that stated that further efforts by europe governments to colonized land would be viewed to us as acts of aggression.
|most Indians moved west of the Mississippi
|Indian Removal Act
|encouraged people to reform themselves and society
|Second Great Awakening
|Where did Lee surrender to Grant?
|Appomattox Court House
|What did Antietam and Gettysburg have in common?
|Both were Confederate invasions
|Who was the leader of the Confederates?
|Robert E. Lee
|Who was the leader of the Union troops?
|What was the name of the battle that the Star Spangled Banner was written after it?
|Attack on Baltimore Fort McHenry
|Why did the South lay in ruins by 1865, what type of war strategy did the North have?
|What was Abraham Lincoln's main goal for the Civil War?
|Reunite the Nation
|What General led the famous March to the Sea?
|William T. Sherman
|What did the North and South think about the war after the battle of Bull Run?
|Realized the war would be a long, hard struggle
|What side did African Americans fight on during the Civil War?
|What happened to the price of goods in the North and South during the Civil War?
|Prices went up
|Why did the Union army not draft African Americans?
|Union leaders feared it would turn northern whites against the war
|What could you tell about the war when the draft was eventually applied to the slaves in the South?
|The South was not doing well in the war
|What do you think were Lincoln’s motives in limiting the reach of the Emancipation Proclamation?
|He wanted to hurt the southern war effort in those areas not under Union control
|Did the Merrimack succeed in sinking the Monitor?
|What happened to the era of wooden ships after the first battle of the ironclads?
|It was at an end
|What law was enacted that allowed California to enter the Union as a free state?
|Compromise of 1850
|What was the first attack that started the Civil War?
|What did Abraham Lincoln insist about the territories in the Lincoln Douglas Debates?
|Territories be kept free of slavery
|What help decide the Election of 1860?
|Regional attitudes toward slavery
|What point was made as a result of the Dred Scott decision?
|Slaves were property even if they lived in a free territory
|How did the South react to Abraham Lincoln’s election of President in 1860?
|Seven southern states seceded
|Why did John Brown lead an attack on Harper's Ferry?
|To raise an army of African Americans and lead them in a revolt
|What upset the balance between free and slave states in the Senate?
|Admission of California as a free state
|What effect did the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo have on the U.S.?
|Mexico ceded a large area of territory to the U.S.
|What border was disputed that led to the Mexican American War?
|Why did most Americans think that the U.S. should extend to the Pacific Ocean?
|Believed it was their right
|Who came to California from all over the world and became permanent residents?
|During the 1800s what led to a wave of reform movements?
|Belief that people could improve themselves and society
|What allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine to enter as a free state?
|After the passage of the Missouri Compromise, what was the number of free and slave states?
|11 free and 11 slave
|What allowed western farmers to ship goods to New York City?
|What was the primary purpose of the slave codes?
|Control every aspect of an enslaved person’s life
|What physical obstacle did many of the roads going from East to West across the U.S. have to overcome?
|Why were slavery and cotton growing closely linked?
|Yes, Cotton growing required a huge amount of labor
|How did the Industrial Revolution affect some children in the United States?
|They worked in factories for long hours instead of going to school
|What document warned European nations to stay out of Latin American affairs?
|Why did the North and South have different attitudes toward higher tariffs?
|They had different industries