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AH II Unit I notes 3

Review of AHII notes 3

The belief that Americans should move west. Manifest Destiny
When Americans moved west, many Native Americans were removed from their land. Many Cherokee Indians died in the process. This was know as: The Trail of Tears
A secret route North for run-away slaves. Underground Railroad
A strong feeling of pride for one's country. Nationalism
A strong feeling of pride for the region of the country you live in. Sectionalism
The region of the country that was mostly agricultural. The South
The movement to end slavery Abolition
The first state to secede from the Union. South Carolina
The top military leader for the Confederacy Robert E. Lee
First major battle of the Civil War Battle of Bull Run
Document that freed slaves in the South. Emancipation Proclamation
Man that shot Abraham Lincoln John Wilkes Booth
Plan for bringing the nation back together after the Civil War. Reconstruction
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