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Civil War


What was the Northern states economic base? Industrialism
What was the south's economic base? Agriculture
What was the north's living conditions? Urban
What was the south's living conditions? Rural
What was the North's work force like? Immigrant Workers
What was the souths work force like? Slave Labor
What were the 2 types of people about the Government? People who wanted the Government to have more rights and people who wanted to have the states with more power.
What was the first attempt at a government? Articles of Confederation
What was the second attempt at a Constitution? i Constitution
What was the difficulty of adding more states into the union? They couldn't decide if they were going to make it a free or slave state.
What was the act made in the Missouri Compromise? The fugitive slave act
What was the Kansas-Nebraska act based on? Popular Sovereignty
Who caused Bleeding Kansas? Pro and Anti-Slavery groups.
What did Maine enter the Union as? A free state
What did Missouri enter the union as? A slave state
What was the book that Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote? Uncle Tom's Cabin
What did Lincoln run for in 1858? Illinois Senator
Who won the popular vote in the Presidential election of 1860? Abraham Lincoln
Who won the Electoral College vote in the Presidential Election of 1860? Abraham Lincoln
What was Lincoln? A republican
What is the 36'30 Line? Anything above it is free while anything below it is slave.
What did California enter the union as? A free state.
Kansas and Nebraska both had the choice of what? Free or slave.
New Mexico and Utah was what? Popular Soverignty
What were the 4 candidates for the Presidential Election? John Bell, Abraham Lincoln, John Breckenridge, Stephen Douglas.
What is Popular Sovereignty? The government is created and sustained by the consent of its people, through their elected representatives.
What is Nullification? That you can decide if they want to follow a law or not
How was the Louisiana Purchase divide? We bought it from france.
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