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8th Chpt 10 Sucessio


THE NULLIFICATION CRISIS South Carolina declared the Tariffs of 1828 and 1832 were unconstitutional and, therefore, null and void in the state if SC
MISSOURI COMPROMISE Legislation that admitted Maine as a free state, while slavery was outlawed in Louisiana Purchase territories above the 36° 30', except for Missouri.
COMPROMISE OF 1850 Legislation that reduced sectional conflict by enacting the principles of popular sovereignty in new territories of the West.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN IS PUBLISHED anti-slavery novel written by Hasrriet Beecher Stowe.
FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW Legislation that held that escaped slaves would be returned to their masters; citizens of free states must cooperate with the law.
KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT Replaced the Missouri Compromise by allowing people of Kansas and Nebraska to decide if they wanted slavery in their territory
DRED SCOTT CASE DECISION Landmark cased decided by the US Supreme Court that held that slaces were not US citizens and had no right to sue in federal court.
JOHN BROWN'S RAID ON HARPER'S FERRY Effort by abolitionist to initiate a slave revolt by taking power over a US arsenal in Virginia.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Outcome of the election of 1860 over John Breckinridge, John Bell, and Stephen Douglas.
SOUTH CAROLINA SECEDES FROM THE UNION First state to break away from the United States.
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