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Civil war Reasons

Five events of the civil war

QuestionAnswer
What did the south focus on? The south was based on agriculture. Cotton was the main plant grown.rural
What did the north focus on? They mostly wanted city life with factories making cloth and area.
Who eventually held the majority of the power? The federal government got most of the power after the constitution was made.
What was happening during the fugitive slave act? D.C. banded slave trade. The south was worried about losing their slaves.
Who was an Abolitionist? A group in the north that was opposed of slavery.
Bleeding Kansas? Pro and anti slave groups fight each other
Popular sovereignty? States or territories got to choose if they had slaves.
What did these states become. California, Maine and Missouri( slave or non slave) California Maine and Missouri were all free.
What was Harriet Beecher Stowe book about? Where was the book mostly read? It was a story about a slave plantation. The book was mostly read in the north.
What was the Dred Scott case? A slave tried to sue his master because he was in a free state but the court said it was property and property can not sue its master.
What was the line that divide the north from the south? The 36 30 degree line.
Why did the south exceed from the union? Lincoln became president and the south knew he was against slavery.
Who did lincoln loose against for Illinois state senate? Steven Douglas.
What did the fugitive slave act say? Any slave that had run away must be returned back unless they were in Canada.
Where could you find most diversity? Why? In the North, More immigrants.
Kansas Nebraska act? They get popular sovereignty.
Did they become free? Yea.
Created by: 19YoderJ