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henry clay leading member of house of representatives for Kentucky under president Madison and Monroe who spoke for the interest of the west and who later served as a U.S. senator and secretary of state
Daniel webster was a leading member of the house of representatives for New Hampshire under president Madison and monroe who spoke for the interest of the north and who later served as a representative as the U.S. senator from Massachusettes
john C. Calhoun leading member of the house of representatives for south Carolina under president madison and monroe. spoke for the south
Missouri Compromise an agreement, proposed un 1819by henry clay, to keep the number of slave states equal to the number of free slave states.
popular sovereity government by constant of the governed
free soil party anti-slavery party founded in the united states in 1848 to keep slavery out of the west
secede to with draw member ship from a group
compromise of 1850 an agreement over slavery by which California joined the union as a free state and strict fugitive slave laws were passed
fugitive slave act a law passed in 1850 that required all citizens to aid in the capture of runaway slaves
kansas Nebraska act act to set borders between Nebraska and kansas
bleeding kansas anti slavery groups and slavery group fought in a bloody battle in kansas
john brown believed to be the all mighty hand of God believed that slavery is a sin and that the penalty for sinning is death. he would go out and kill any slave owner
harpers ferry John Brown's raid was an effort by armed abolitionist John Brown to initiate an armed slave revolt in 1859 by taking over a United States arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia
robert E. Lee Virginian general who led the confederate army
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