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8th Chapter 10 #1

CHAPTER 10: SECESSION AND CIVIL WAR GUIDED READING

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SECESSION is the withdrawal of a state from the Union
EMANCIPATION is the free of slaves
SLAVERY, EXPANSION, STATES' RIGHTS Between 1820 and 1850, political disputes arose over the related issues of______________, its_______________, and______________ _____________.
STATES' RIGHTS, STATES, FEDERAL The principle of ________ ________ emphasizes the rights of individual________ over the rights of the____________ government.
SOUTH, SLAVERY In the_________ the economic system was dependent on _________________.
LOUISIANA PURCHASE, TERRITORIES, STATES, SLAVERY As the U,/s, grew in the years following the_________________ ______________________ repeated disagreements arose about whether newly acquired_____________ and ____________________ would come into the Union with or without _________________.
MISSOURI COMPROMISE, BOUNDARY The_______________________ _________________ of 1820 set a _______________ between slave and free states, along the southern border of the new state of Missouri,
LEGISLATION, SLAVERY, WILMOT PROVISO
COMPROMISE OF 1850, SLAVERY, FUGITIVE SLAVES
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY, ISSUE, SLAVERY
FUGITIVE SLAVE ACT, SLAVEHOKDERS, RECLAIM
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, SUFFERING, ANTISLAVERY
IMPORTANCE, ARGUMENTS, OVERRIDE
DIVIDING, SECTIONLISM
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1860, APART
ABRAHAM LINCON, REPUBLICAN PARTY
SLAVERY, DISHONORED
SOUTHERNERS, BALLOT, LOUISIANA, PRESIDENT. UNFAIR
OPPOSED, THOMAS OVERTON MOORE, SECESSION, ELECTION
LEGISLATURE, CLOSE
DELEGATES, WITHDRAWAL
SECEDED, JANUARY 26, 1861
LOUISIANA, CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA (CSA)
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