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  • Slavery Abolitionist vs. Slave Holders

    Slavery. This was the cause of major debates in American history that contributed greatly to the differences developing between the northern...

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  • Compromise

    Decision was passed · Accepted Missouri as slave state and Maine as a free to keep the balance; the rest of the Louisiana Purchase was closed to...

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  • Causes of the Civil War

    War Essay Social long term: ● North was opposed to slavery while the South was pro slavery ● The primary conflict...

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  • us history

    Putting the nation needs first. Supreme Court strengthens national government Gibbons vs Ogden : ruled that only federal government could...

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  • Road to rev

    Lupini 10/31/13 Jigsaw Puzzle Missouri Compromise (1829_ What was its conflict? The conflict was between pro slavery and...

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  • dred scott case

    On June 19th 1862 the US Congress prohibits slavery in the United States territories nullifying the Dred Scott Case. This was the most...

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  • Brooke's Documents

    the unpopular subject of the “peculiar institution”. In their time of judgment, supporters of slavery used legal, religious, and economic...

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  • Midterm Review Sad Face

    causing tensions--- Boston Massacre taxes: Tea Act (Boston Tea Party), Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, Decretory Act ( banned public meetings ets.) Virtual...

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  • Terms for Test

    Terms to Know 13th Amendment: Abolished slavery. First of three "Reconstruction Amendments" passed after Civil War (1865-70) 14th...

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  • History Notes on War

    foreign policy for the next hundred years * Marshall court decisions * Gibbons vs. Ogden * McCollough vs....

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  • Study Guide U.S History

    Ap Ch 14 Test Key Terms Missouri Compromise-Created in 1820, this created a "line" that banned slavery north in the Louisiana...

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  • history 101 notes

    was indentured servants. VA culture -Virginians accepted and embraced inequalities -slavery technically began in 1619 but only after 1660...

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  • US History - The Enlightenment to the Compromise of 1850

    with other ppl. • Some Transcends were Ass Holes b/c they were so selfish • They hate the idea of slavery and are very pro...

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  • Causes of the Civil War

    Economic Divide between North and South * Political Divide between North and South: Collapse of Political System: Inability to Compromise *...

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  • us history key terms

    anti-immigration policies in the late 1800’s. Cotton Gin- a machine for separating cotton from its seeds. This was significant because it increased...

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  • HIST131 Notes

    in court Cherokee Tribe - Romanized their language to make it their language using our alphabet - Literate - Gold rush- 1820s Worcester...

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  • American Govn

    settlement of the English colony and slaves into the new world now known as the United States. 2. The intuition of African American Slavery...

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  • Final Exam Research Paper

    brother against brother. The South felt slighted due to the perceived encroachment of the North on their way of life, especially the institution of...

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  • Finals Review

    there would be more slave states than free states. Henry Clay made a compromise between the two sides by adding Maine as a free state and banning...

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  • Anti-Federalists

    showed how immoral slavery was through emotional appeal. This book brought out the two sides, Moral Suasion vs. Necessary Evil....

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