• 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 slavery · Neither the North or the South were satisfied with the outcomes of the Treaty, yet neither was overwhelmingly disappointed/outraged · ...
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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 of the civil war was whether the states had the right to decide what they wanted to do with slavery. (radical abolition vs pro slavery) ● One of the arising conflicts that led to the American...
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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 regulate interstate commerce (crossing state lines) McCulloch vs Maryland : declared the Bank of the US constitutional (Maryland tried to tax it to death) ...
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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 anti slavery in the US. How was it resolved? It prohibited slavery in the formerLouisiana Territory north of theparallel 36°30′ north except within the boundaries of the proposed...
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  • Slavery and the Political System in 1850s
    1. Mexican American War i. Re-opens slavery issue ii. Wilmot Proviso: no slavery in territories acquired in war 2. Compromise of 1850 iii. Provisions 1. California is a free state 2. Slave trade abolished in Washington DC 3. Utah...
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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 important day in US history for African Americans. This is because it helped blacks gain the rights they deserve. It also gave them rights they never thought...
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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 arguments to ease the drilling they were receiving from abolitionists. Citizens of the South believed in “the right of a State to govern itself”, therefore, the...
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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 Purchase-(36 degrees-30' North latitude). Kansas-Nebraska Act-Created Nebraska and Kansas as states and gave the people in those territories the right to chose...
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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 Amendment: (1) All persons born in the U.S. are citizens; (2) no person can be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law; (3) no state can deprive...
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  • History Notes on War
    foreign policy for the next hundred years * Marshall court decisions * Gibbons vs. Ogden * McCollough vs. Maryland * Dartmouth vs. Woodward * Cohens vs. Virginia * Martin vs. Hunter’s Lessee Jacksonian Era * Started in 1824 and lasted more than just the 8...
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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 -language: flapjack, mess, moonshine, skillet, whopper, ah be -slavery: new but borrowed Authority Holds on in the South -freedom is defined by control over...
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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 * Slavery * Causes of the Civil War: Long Term Causes (from Colonial Times) * 1. Social and Cultural Divide between North and South * North:...
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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 slavery greatly in the south. American System- an economic plan that played a prominent role in American policy during the first half of the 19th century...
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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 reform and improvement • Hardcore Transcend… were hardcore abolitionists • Transcends thought they could figure things out by-themselves and don’t need a professor • They...
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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. Even in a response to stop slavery, across the globe was “Beecher’s Bibles.” From England sent to the North, they sent rifles as a help to stop slavery. Although people in...
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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 vs. Georgia - “Cherokee are a nation, they aren’t just people inside the United States” - Indians won in court Trail of Tears - Sent to Oklahoma ...
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  • Civil War
    labor systems, slavery in the South and wage labor in the North. There was also political, economic and social changes in these distinct regions but the most significant cause was of the war was slavery. The Southern states including the 11 states that formed the Confederacy depended on slavery to support...
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  • African American Social Standings
    discuss the highs and lows and the pros an cons of the progression and also the different periods that African Americans lived through since they were brought to America. The progression of African Americans in America began with a practice called slavery. Slavery is the state of a person who is the...
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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 in America and other forms of slavery was an attractive proposition for landowners. In exchange for their transportation across the Atlantic, the servants committed to...
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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 slavery above Missouri’s southern border. Chapter 10 Jacksonian Democracy Andrew Jackson was quite different from the previous six presidents. He wanted...
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