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US History

Sectionalism (1820-1865)

William Lloyd Garrison // Harriet Beecher Stowe Against Salvery
Seneca Falls Convention 1848 A convention held for womens right to vote
Popular Sovereignty Letting people in a territory decide to have slavery or not
Reconstruction Repair damage to the South after the Civil War
13th Amendment Abolish slavery
14th Amendment Everyone born in the US is a citizen
15th Amendment No citizens denied the right to vote
Jim Crow Laws // Black Codes Segregation of races
Plessy vs. Ferguson 1896 Separate the races but keep them equal
Created by: Maryyx