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Marbury vs Madison Judicial Review. 1803 case in which Justice Marshall first asserted the right of the Supreme Court do determine meaning of the Constitution
Missouri Compromise Missouri was a slave state and Maine was free. It divided the Louisiana Territory with slavery legal in the south, but no in the north.
13th Amendment Abolished slavery
14th Amendment Declared former slaves to be citizens with the same rights
15th Amendment Citizens can't be denied the right to vote because of race, color, or previous condition. Protects the right to vote
Battle of Antietam The Civil War battle in which the Northern troops succeeded in halting General Lee's Confederate forces in Maryland. It was the bloodiest battle of the war and resulted in 25,000 casualties.
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