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8th CH10 STUDY GUIDE

8TH chapter 10 study guids social studies

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HOW SLAVERY AFFECTED THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IN 1860 the party split and offered 2 candidates for president
WHY LINCOLN'S NAME WAS LEFT OF LA's BALLOT IN 1860 LA did not recognize the Republican party
ISSUES THAT LED TO CREATION OF CONFEDERACY slavery and State's rights
AUTHOR OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN Harriet Beecher Stowe
COMMANDER OF THE US NAVY AT NEW ORLEANS David Farragut
SECTIONALISM dividing the nation based on an issue or way of life
WHY LA WAS A PRIMARY TARGET FOR THE UNION Port of New Orleans and Mississippi River were crucil to Confederate trade and transportation
POPULAR SOVERIGNTY the ability of people of an area to decide an issue for themselves
CONFISCATION ACT allowed Union officials to take property of Confederate supporters
PURPOSE OF MISSOURI COMPROMISE to pprovide a line separating slave and free states
LONGEST SIEGE OF THE CIVIL WAR Port Hudson
LINCOLN Republican nominee in 1860 who won the electoral and popular vote
WHY EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION DID NOT AFFECT THE NEW ORLEANS AREA the area was not considered in rebellion because it was under Union control
YEAR LA SECEDED FROM UNION 1861
YEAR OF PORT HUDSON SURRENDER 1863
FUGITIVE SLAVE ACT required all citizens to assist officials in the locating and return of escaped slaves
EMAINCIAPTE set free
OTHER LOCATIONS OF CAPITAL AFTER BATON ROUGE WAS CAPTURED Opelousas and Shreveport
GOVERNOR DURING SECESSION Thomas Overton Moore
EFFECT OF LINCOLN'S ELECTION Southern states began to secede
ORDERED ATTACK ON FORT SUMTER PGT Beauregard
RESULT OF ATTACK ON FORT SUMTER Union and Confederacy went to war
GOAL OF THE ANACONDA PLAN to capture the Mississippi River and defeat the Confederacy
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