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Chapter15 Vocab.JH:)

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a bill passed by David Wilmot, outlaw slavery in any territory the U.S might acquire from the war with Mexico. Wilmot Proviso
a political party deicated to stopping the expansion of slavery. Free-Soil Party
senator f Kentucky(Missouri Compromise of 1820), came up with a new plan for California. Henery Clay
senator from Massachusettes supported the compromise. Daniel Webster
he won the job of the winning passage and plan. Stephen A. Douglass
the plan that Henry Clay proposed became a law. Compromise of 1850
she was outraged about the Compromise of 1850, wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin. Harriet Beecher Stowe
a novel that portrayed slavery as brutal and immoral Uncle Tom's Cabin
In 1850, this law helped slaveholders recapture runaway slaves. Fugitive Slave Act
a system where the residents choose/vote to decide on an issue. popular sovereignty
when people voted for slavery, against Missouri Compromise. Kansas-Nebraska Act
extreme abolitionist John Brown
a new political party Republican Party
national hero who explored the west John C. Fremont
a nominated Democrat to run for the Presidency in 1856. James Buchanan
a trial in the Supreme Court, 1856. Dred Scott v. Sandford
1857, Chief Justice in the Dred Scott Trial, ruled he wasn't a citizen. Roger B Taney
nominated to challenge Douglass for his U.S Senate seat. Abraham Lincoln
Jonh Brown's plan to capture weapons in the U.S arsenal at this place. Harpers Ferry
statments of beliefs platform
to withdraw secede
1861, states that seceded then formed together to create this. Confederate States of America
president of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis
plan was represented in Congress in 1861, didn't pass. Crittenden Plan
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