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Trigger Events of the Civil War: Important Questions

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Use your textbook or map book to complete the following activity. Slave States / Free States - Choose two colors (colored pencils) and shade all the slaves states as of 1820 one color and all the free states as of 1820 another color. Make a dark solid line (black) to show the Missouri Compromise line. Use the same colors that you used in 1 to shade in the territories where slavery was allowed or prohibited. (Slave State Allowed Territory / Free State Prohibited Territory) Create a key in the blank box. True or False - write true next to each statement that is true. Correct all false statements making them true. ________ Pennsylvania was a free state in 1820. ________According to the Missouri Compromise, slavery would be prohibited in the Michigan Territory and permitted in the Arkansas Territory. ________In 818, the slave states held most of the seats in the Senate. ________The Missouri Compromise allowed slavery in the Michigan Territory. ________Florida Territory was slave territory because it was sout of the latitude 3630. ________Most of the Louisiana Purchase was south of the Missouri Compromise line. Map 46 The Compromise of 1850 Use your textbook or map book to complete the following activity. Locate each area below on your map and label it with its name and the letter of the description. Two territories that could chose to become slave states through popular sovereignty according to the Compromise of 1850. First territory from the Mexican Cession to ask for admission to the nation. Territory set aside for Indians. Territory divided at the 49th parallel in an agreement with Britain. Locate and label the remainder of the states and territories outlined on the map. Make a solid line (black) showing the Missouri Compromise line. Shade each of the following areas using different colors to represent the three. Free States and territories in 1850 (no slavery) Slave States and territories in 1850 Territories open to slavery by popular sovereignty. Create a key to your map in the blank box. Answer the following questions How many free states existed in 1850 ____________ How many slave states existed in 1850 ____________ Which territories were affected by the Compromise of 1850 _________ __________________________________________________________ How did the number of free states and slaves states affect representation in Congress _______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Map 47 The Kansas Nebraska Act, 1854 Use your textbook or map book to complete the following activity. Locate and label all of the states and territories outlined on the map using a blue or black pen. Draw a dark line representing the Missouri Compromise. Use different colors to shade the following Free states and territories in 1854 Slave states and territories in 1854 Territory open to slavery by popular sovereignty according to eh Compromise of 1850. Territory open to slavery by popular sovereignty according to the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854. Create a key for your map in the box provided. True or False - write true next to each statement that is true. Correct all false statements making them true. _________ Missouri was a free state because it was north of the Missouri Compromise line. _________The New England states were free states. _________States carved from the Nebraska Territory were to decide on slavery through popular sovereignty. _________Slavery was allowed in the Utah Territory according to eh Compromise of 1850. _________The Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Compromise of 1850. Map 48 Election of 1860 Use your textbook or map book to complete the following activity. Locate and label all the states and territories outlined on the map. Use a blue or blank pen to label. Use different colors / patterns to shade the states won by the following presidential candidates in the election of 1860 Lincoln Douglas Breckinridge Bell Create a key in the blank box for your map. True or False - write true next to each statement that is true with the information found in the map. Correct all false statements making them true. _________Lincolns main support came from the northern states. _________Douglas won the second largest number of states. _________Bell won some of the border-states. _________Georgia and Alabama supported Breckinridge. _________Electors in the states of California voted for Lincoln.

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