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Unit 5 SS

Social Studies 1800-1860

What was life like on a plantation (Antebellum)? Patrols on plantations, between American Rev and Civil War.
Effects of Cotton Gin Increased slavery and production rate.
Sectionalism Loyalty to your own region instead of the country.
Causes of sectionalism States acted as separate regions and not as a country
Abolitionist Movement Movement by slaves attempting to end slavery.
People involved in Abolitionist movement William Loyd, John Brown, and John Whittier.
Who was Denmark Vesey? Slave who lead a slave revolt
What effect did Vesey's act have on SC? SC became afraid it could happen again.
Missouri Compromise Made Missouri slave and Maine free state.
Who was John Brown Abolitionist who attempted to lead a rebellion.
Compromise of 1850 Seeking compromise between North and South, Slave Act was amended.
Nullification Crisis Confrontation between SC and federal gov.
Who was Dred Scott? Slave who sued for his freedom after his master died.
Who was John C. Calhoun? Statesman, VP to John Adams, and joined US Senate
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