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Civil War

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First Problem was what? Economic and Social differences between north and south.
Second Problem was what? States Rights.
Third Problem was what? Fight between Slave and Free states.
Fourth Problem was what? Growth of Abolition Movement.
Fifth Problem was what? Election of Abraham Lincoln.
Industrial was located where? North
Immigrant workers were used where? North
Cities/Urban were located where? North
Lots of diversity was in what region? North
Agriculture was where? South
Slave Labor was used where? South
Rural was located where? South
Limited Diversity was in what region? South
What was nullification? The South wanted States to be able to rule a federal law illegal.
The South was afraid to lose what? Slavery
The South didn't have a lot of what? Economic Policy
Missouri enters the Union as a slave state with what compromise? Missouri Compromise
Maine enters the Union as a Free state with what compromise? Missouri Compromise
36° 30 : North of the line would be free and South would be slave with what compromise? Missouri Compromise
California enters Union as a Free with what compromise? Compromise of 1850
New Mexico and Utah territories get popular sovereignty (choose for themselves) with what compromise? Compromise of 1850
Slave trade was abolished in D.C. with what compromise? Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act was strengthened with what compromise? Compromise of 1850
They were going to be able to choose what they were going to be with what act? Kansas-Nebraska Act
Given popular sovereignty with what act? Kansas-Nebraska Act
Leads to bleeding Kansas due to so many pro and anti-slavery groups moving to Kansas to try to swing the vote with what act? Kansas-Nebraska Act
A group in the North that is opposed to slavery was with what movement. Abolition Movement
Was a fictional story about the life and trials of a slave living on a plantation. The book was widespread and helped people understand the problems with slavery. Who wrote it and what was it called? Harriet Beecher Stowes book titled Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
Was a slave who sued his master for his freedom and said that slaves were: Property not Citizens, could not sue their masters, and the master had a right to take his property into any State or territory. Who was he? Dred Scott
Only received less than 40% of the popular vote, however he won the electoral college with 180. What was his name? Abraham Lincoln
How did the election show the South how little political power they had? Lincoln had not won a single Southern state yet still became president.
Who were the candidates for the election and what were they? Abraham Lincoln- Republican Stephen Douglas- Democratic (North) John C. Breckinridge- Democratic (South) John Bell- Constitutional Union
Who won the popular vote? Abraham Lincoln