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Warm Up:

  • 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion?

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • A. abolition

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • B. increased voting rights

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • C. greater restrictions on free and enslaved African-Americans

American politics?
American politics?
  • D. increased states’ rights

    • 2. Which of the following BEST explains how slavery became a significant issue in

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • A. Slaves began to protest slavery through demonstrations and marches

  • B. Abolitionists and slave owners began to agree that slavery was beneficial in some regards

importance
importance
  • C. Women's’ rights issues were solved so slavery became the new issue of

  • D. Disagreement between Northerners and Southerners and the threat of slave rebellions led to increased tensions

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • 3. Which of the following BEST describes the work of the Grimke sisters?

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • A. They worked aggressively to keep slavery in the South

  • B. They were the daughters of slave owners who worked for the abolitionist

movement
movement
  • C. They were white former slave owners who believed that slavery was not an important issue

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.
  • D. They were women’s rights activist that believed slavery was justified.

Wa rm Up: 1. What was the result of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion? A. abolition B.

March

March to Civil War

to

Civil

War

Mexican-American

War  Texas wanted to become a state, but U.S hesitated due to slavery
War
Texas wanted to
become a state,
but U.S hesitated
due to slavery
Texas became a state, but was a dispute between Mexico and US on size.
Texas became a state, but
was a dispute between
Mexico and US
on size.

US wins war by a lot.
US wins war by a lot.

Takes all of California and SW US
Takes all of California and SW US

with the Treaty of Gaudaloupe

Mexican-American War  Texas wanted to become a state, but U.S hesitated due to slavery Texas

Wilmot

Proviso  Would new territory from Mexico allow slavery?  Bill proposed banning slavery from land
Proviso
Would new
territory from
Mexico allow
slavery?
Bill proposed
banning slavery
from land purchased
from Mexico; it failed
Stirred debate, sectionalism
Wilmot Proviso  Would new territory from Mexico allow slavery?  Bill proposed banning slavery from

Compromise of 1850

Compromise of 1850  Admitted California as free state  Utah and New Mexico could decide
 Admitted California as free state  Utah and New Mexico could decide by popular sovereignty
Admitted California
as free state
Utah and New
Mexico could
decide by popular
sovereignty (will of
the majority)
Vote to allow, ban
Fugitive Slave Law:
Forced northern states to return escaped slaves
to Southern owners

Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)

Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)  Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery
Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)  Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery

Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery

Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)  Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery
“Bleeding Kansas”: Armed clashes between two sides
“Bleeding Kansas”:
Armed clashes
between two sides

Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)  Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery

Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)  Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery

Southern congressman beats, almost kills Northern congressman who

Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)  Allowed KS, NE to choose through popular sovereignty whether to permit slavery

denounced act

Dred Scott Decision (1857)

Dred Scott Decision (1857)  Scott sued for freedom after he was taken to free territory


Scott sued for freedom after he was

taken to free territory  Supreme Court: Can’t sue because not a citizen 
taken to free territory
Supreme Court:
Can’t sue because
not a citizen

Owner can’t be deprived of “property”

Dred Scott Decision (1857)  Scott sued for freedom after he was taken to free territory
 Struck down Missouri Compromise
Struck down Missouri
Compromise

Allowed southern segregation for decades more

John Brown’s Raid (1859)

Brown killed 5 during “Bleeding Kansas”
Brown killed 5
during “Bleeding
Kansas”

Led abolitionists in attack of federal base at Harper’s Ferry Goal: get weapons, give to slaves
Led abolitionists
in attack of
federal base at
Harper’s Ferry
Goal: get
weapons, give
to slaves for
armed rebellion

Plan failed, Brown hanged
Plan failed, Brown hanged

Southern resentment of abolitionists intensifies

Dred Scott Excerpts

Dred Scott Excerpts 1. On what basis did Scott first sue for his freedom? 2. How
1. On what basis did Scott first sue for his freedom? 2. How does the decision
1. On what basis did Scott first sue for his freedom?
2. How does the decision describe “a free negro of
African race?”

3.

How had negroes been regarded for “more than a

century?” And what’s the mean for his rights? 4. Why doesn’t “all men are created equal”
century?” And what’s the mean for his rights?
4.
Why doesn’t “all men are created equal” apply to
blacks?
5.
What does the decision say about changes in
public opinion?
6.
What does every citizen have a right to take with
him anywhere he goes?

7.

How does the Constitution recognize slaves? What

can Congress not exercise?

Review

Review 1. The Compromise of 1850 conflicted with the Missouri Compromise because A. B. It restricted

1. The Compromise of 1850 conflicted with the Missouri Compromise because

A.

Review 1. The Compromise of 1850 conflicted with the Missouri Compromise because A. B. It restricted

B.

Review 1. The Compromise of 1850 conflicted with the Missouri Compromise because A. B. It restricted

It restricted slavery to states below the Mason-Dixon Line

It assured the Congress would maintain a balance between

free and slave states
free and slave states
Review 1. The Compromise of 1850 conflicted with the Missouri Compromise because A. B. It restricted

C.

D.

It allowed states to determine their slave status

It called for an end to slavery by the beginning of the 20th

century
century

2. The Wilmot Proviso, The Missouri Compromise and Compromise of 1850 were all designed to

A.

B.

C.

D.

End slavery in the South Emancipate slave extend slavery to new US territories
End slavery in the South Emancipate slave extend slavery to new US territories

End slavery in the South

Emancipate slave

extend slavery to new US territories

End slavery in the South Emancipate slave extend slavery to new US territories

deal with the issue of slavery in new territories

Review 1. The Compromise of 1850 conflicted with the Missouri Compromise because A. B. It restricted

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the 1850s?

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • A. Should new states be admitted as free or slave states?

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • B. Should the right to vote be extended to women?

  • C. Should one branch of government have more power than another?

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • D. Should quotas be set for immigrants entering the country?

  • A. the time of each presidential election

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • B. a majority vote in Congress

  • C. a vote in the state legislature

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • D. popular sovereignty

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • 5. Why did Dred Scott bring a case before the Supreme Court?

  • 4. According to the Kansas Nebraska Act of 1854, whether a state was free or slave would be determined by

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • A. He believed we was entitled to receive money according to the will of his

former owner
former owner
  • B. He wanted to sue for his freedom

Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
Which question caused the most controversy in the U.S. Congress from the early 1800s through the
  • C. He wanted to outlaw slavery in all states

6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision?
6.
What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision?
6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision?
6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision?
6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North
  • A. It unified the North in its support of slavery

    • B. It prompted federal support of states’ rights

    • C. It incited further sectionalism in the country

6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North
  • D. It led the Congress to briefly dissolve the Supreme Court

    • 7. Which of the following describes John Brown raid on Harpers Ferry?

A.

6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North

He stole ammunition in an unsuccessful attempt to start a slave uprising

6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North

B.

He planned to kill abolitionists working to make Kansas a free state

6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North
6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North

He seized federal weapons as part of a plan to kill anti-

slavery Congressmen
slavery Congressmen

He believed God had inspired him to kill slaves in order to end slavery

6. What was the effect of the Dred Scott case decision? A. It unified the North

C.

D.