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19th Century

Utah 5th Social Studies St. 4

The act of increasing something in size such as a country. Expansion
A war within a country. 1861–1865, also known as the War Between the States. Civil War
A political movement that sought to make slavery illegal. Abolition
A secret route to escaping slaves that was provided by abolitionists in the years before the American Civil War. Underground Railroad
A middle way between two extremes. Compromise
Freeing someone from the control of another. Emancipation
The reestablishment of friendly relations. Reconciliation
A free market is a market in which prices of goods and services are arranged completely by the mutual consent of sellers and buyers. Free-market system
A period when major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, and transportation had a profound effect on the socioeconomic and cultural conditions. Industrial revolution
Created by: Utah 5th Grade