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8 Hist Ch BJU AR
|A leading black abolitionist who escaped from slavery who was a talented speaker and lectured against slavery in the North and Great Britain?
|Act of Congress that introduced popular Sovereignty.
|An act whereby a state withdraws itself from the union.
|Associated with the Underground railroad. Once a slave herself. Became a conductor.
|Commanding Officer who was responsible for the capture of of the man at Harpers Ferry.
|Robert E. Lee
|Did not believe states had the right to secede but did nothing to prevent their doing so.
|Did the Bible condone slavery.
|Elected to be the first president of the Cofederate States of America
|Former slave; lectured against slavery in Great Britain and the North.
|How long was the term for a President in the Confederate States?
|1 term that was 6 years
|Radical Abolitionist who believed in using violence in his cause; tried to spark a slave rebellion by capturing a federal arsenal at Harper's Ferry.
|Ran for president in 1860 as a Constitutional Unionist.
|Ran for president in 1860 as a Northern Democrat.
|Ran for president in 1860 as a Republican.
|Ran for president in 1860 as a Southern Democrat.
|John C. Breckinridge
|Slave states that divided the Northern states from the states of the Deep South.
|Slave who sued for his freedom in what became a famous Supreme Court Case.
|Someone who opposes slavery and wanted to put an end to it completely was known as a ...
|The radical Southerners who advocated immediate secession if the Republicans won the election of 1860.
|The slaves' worst experience was crossing the Atlantic to America and it was called...
|The Middle Passage
|What did the Northerners base their views on and what did it say?
|Article VI of the Constitution: That the Constitution is the supreme law of the land under God.
|What did the quality of slave life in the South depend on?
|What did the Southerners base their views on and what did it say?
|Amendment X of the Constitution: That powers not delegated to the U.S. from the constitution nor prohibited by the States are reserved for the States and or the people.
|What does Antebellum mean?
|Before the war
|What is an abolitionist?
|Someone who wants to abolish slavery.
|What party was the President and Vice President of the Confederate States of America.
|What single issue united the various groups that formed the Republican Party.
|What state broke off from another state and joined the Union.
|West Virginia from Virginia
|What was an overseer?
|Someone who distributed the work among the slaves and ensured that they did it as expected.
|What was the gang system?
|A group of slaves that worked from sun up to sundown or a set amount of time.
|What was the name of the ship that carried supplies to Fort Sumter?
|The Star of the West
|What was the nickname of Kansas as a result of slavery there?
|What was the North's biggest advantage?
|Their tremendous industrial capacity
|What was the significance of the Dred Scott decision?
|Protected slavery in the territories. No citizenship to Blacks. It voided the Missouri compromise.
|What was the South's 5 biggest advantages?
|1.Simple goal. Set up and defend a and independent nation. 2.Southerners would be defending their own homes. 3.Thought they would get foreign help. 4.Coastline was long. (and be difficult to blockade) 5.South believed they had better soldiers.
|What was the task system?
|The slaves would have a list of things to do so if they finished it they could have the rest of the day off.
|What were the economies of the North and South.
|South-Agriculture North- Industry
|What were the Northern and Southern views of each other?
|North thought that the South was unjust. South thought that the North was greedy. Each viewed each other as uncultured.
|What were the three ways that Antebellum slavery differ from slavery before that?
|1. It involved only those from African descent. 2. It became a permanent condition for most slaves. 3. It was the result of buying stolen Africans and selling them.
|What were wage slaves?
|Workers in the North whose working and living conditions were very poor--enslaved by their poor wages
|Where was Fort Sumter?
|South Carolina, Charleston Harbor
|Which man was a slave for the first 50 years of his life but managed to rise as a prominent preacher.
|Which Massachusettes senator gave an angry speech on the fighting in Kansas and attacked South Carolina senator Andrew Butler.
|Which South Carolina representative beat Sumner with his cane?
|Who first published Uncle Tom's Cabin?
|Who founded the abolitionist newspaper "The Liberator?"
|William Lloyd Garrison
|Who published the New York Tribune?
|Who surrendered Fort Sumter?
|Robert Anderson a Union Major.
|Who was Stephen Douglas and what philosphy did he apply?
|An Illinois Senator who later ran for president and he applied popular sovereignty.
|Who was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court during Dred Scott's trial?
|Roger B. Taney
|Who was the governor of South Carolina?
|Who was the man who helped Robert E. Lee capture John Brown?
|Who was the Vice President of the Confederate States of America.
|Who were the most influential people in the North and South?
|North-Owners of factories, railroads and other industries.
|Who won the election of 1860?
|Who wrote Uncle Tom's cabin?
|Harriet Beecher Stowe
|Why did the Bible cease to play a leading role in American public life?
|Neither the North or the South could agree on what Scripture said because it didn't seem to condemn or condone slavery.
|Why was the Middle Passage so terrible.
|Slaves were cramped in tight spaces on the ship for weeks. Disease spread quickly and food was scarce.