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This is a study stack for unit 15 and 16 for mrs. Juncaj's class

Sectionalism An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country.
Fugitive A runway slave, or prisoner who escaped he/her master.
Secede To break away or leave from a country
Abstain not to cast votes
Popular sovereignty Allowing the people to decide
Border ruffians proslavery armed groups of people who patrol the borders of slave states
Arsenal a storage place for ammunitions and weapons
Martyr a person who dies for great cause
Secession with drawl from the union
State rights rights of a states say in the government
Border state slave staes that did not secede from the union
Blockade the act of blocking a path to prevent goods from traveling
Offensive causing a resentful displeasure
Rebel a person who refuses allegiance to.
Yankee a native inhabitant of the united states of america
Blockade runner a person who passes through a blockade
Ironclad covers or cased in iron
Casualty a member of the armed forces who died in service
Emancipate to free from restraint
Ratify to confrim by giving consent
Habeas corpus a writ requiring to be brought before a judge
Draft delineation
Bounty a premium or reward
Civil war a conflict between a group of citizens of the same country
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