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etc #6 2017

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Which Constitutional compromise dealt with slavery and taxes? Commerce Comprimise
Who argued that the National bank was necessary in South Carolina? Alexander Hamilton
Which war against the British was considered to be the second American Revolution? The War of 1812
The years 1820 through 1860 are known as the _________ years? Antebellum
What Industry in S.C made use of domestically grown cotton? Textile
What type of Plantation used the gang system? Cotton plantations
Who built the first New England style textile mill in South Carolina? William Greg
Which slave revolt in South Carolina was stopped before it could occur? The Denmark Vesey Plot
What compromise allowed Main to be admitted as a "free state"? The Missouri Compromise
What two Charleston sisters were prominent abolitionists? The Grimke Sisters. (Sarah and Angelina)
Created by: Liz_Smith