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7thSMSChapter 18.1

Term, Person or Place

one issue that divided the nation along sectional lines slavery
new government formed by theseceding states Confederate States of America
region of the country that had an agricultural economy that used slave labor South
people who wanted to stay in the Union and work out differences over slavery Unionists
argument that held that state power was greater than federal power states' rights
first state to seceed, or withdraw from the Union South Carolina
state that entered the Union in 1845 as a slave state Texas
Supreme Court ruling that stated that African Americans were not citizens and therefore could not sue in federal court Dred Scott Decision
act that made it a crime to assist runaway slaves Fugitive Slave Act
Act that allowed the Kansas and Nebraska Territories to decide whether to be free or slave states Kansas-Nebraska Act
Created by: griffith