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Civil War 1-Slavery

Civil War 1-Struggles Over Slavery

North states were considered free states in the USA, what were southern states considered in the USA? Slave States
What population were slaves in the Southern States? 1/3 of the population in the Southern States
In the Northern States, they didn't depend on slave labor for farm work, what were they mainly in the Northern States? Industrial or factory based workers
When the US Congress passed the Northwest Ordinance f 1787, in was adopted by the Union, but what did it not allowing that state? Slavery
When the Missouri Compromised was passed in the US Congress, what were its terms? Northern states were free states and Southern states were slave states
What act by the US Congress allowed slavery in the new territories in 1854? The Kansas-Nebraska Act
When slaves were captured in free states, this was because of what act that was passed by the Congress of the USA? Fugitive Slave Law
What was a secret organization that help runaway or escape slave to reach freedom in Canada? The Underground Railroad
Who the was most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad that helped more than a 100 slaves escape to the norther states to freedom, she was even known as the "Moses of her People"? Harriet Tubman
Who was a white abolitionist that wrote a newspaper that proclaimed slave as a sin and cruel way to treat your fellow human being? William Lloyd Garrison
In 1859, what white abolitionist fought against slave at Harper'r Ferry, but was captured and executed for his actions to fight against slave by force? John Brown
In the election of 1860, who was elected as the new President of the United States of America? Abraham Lincoln
Because there as a major breakup between the Northern and Southern states, who were the "Leaders" of each side that later developed into the Civil War? Abraham Lincoln (Northern States) / Jefferson Davis (Southern States)
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