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Which slave revolt, in South Carolina, was stopped before it could occur? The Vesey plot
What two Charleston sisters were prominent abolitionists? Angelina and Sarah Grimké
What compromise allowed Maine to be admitted as a “free state”? The Missouri Compromise
What political party was formed to support Andrew Jackson and his political philosophy? Democrats
What did South Carolina political leaders call the Tariff of 1828? Tariff of Abominations
Which South Carolinian beat Massachusetts’s Senator Charles Sumner with a cane on the Senate floor? Preston Brooks
Which Missouri slave, sued for his freedom in the landmark U.S. supreme court case in 1857? Dred Scott
Who won the election of 1860? Abraham Lincoln
Which three groups in South Carolina argued (debated) over the issue of secession in 1860? Unionist, Corportist, Secessionist
When did South Carolina secede from the Union? December 20, 1860
Created by: Gifford.tyler