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Title: Compromise and Conflict in the


1
Compromise and Conflict in the early 19th
century (early 1800s)
2
What compromise drew an east-west line through
Louisiana Purchase, with slavery prohibited above
the line and allowed below?
3
What compromise drew an east-west line through
Louisiana Purchase, with slavery prohibited above
the line and allowed below?
Missouri Compromise (1820)
4
What was the compromise that allowed California
to enter as a free state, while the
new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico
would decide on their own (popular sovereignty)?
5
What was the compromise that allowed California
to enter as a free state, while the
new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico
would decide on their own (popular sovereignty)?
Compromise of 1850
6
What required slaves who escaped to free states
to be forcibly returned to their owners in the
South?
7
What required slaves who escaped to free states
to be forcibly returned to their owners in the
South?
Fugitive Slave Law
8
What was the result of the Fugitive Slave Law in
the North?
9
What was the result of the Fugitive Slave Law in
the North?
Northern abolitionist were Outraged, now the
issue of slavery had come home to them
10
What repealed the Missouri Compromise line
by giving people in Kansas and Nebraska
the choice whether to allow slavery in their
states (popular sovereignty)
11
What repealed the Missouri Compromise line
by giving people in Kansas and Nebraska
the choice whether to allow slavery in their
states (popular sovereignty)
Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)
12
What were 2 results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
13
What were 2 results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
Birth of Republican Party (1854)- created to
oppose the spread of slavery.
Bleeding Kansas (1856)- Bloody fighting in
Kansas as pro- and anti-slavery forces battled
each other. Example John Brown,
radical abolitionist who went to Kansas to stop
the spread of slavery
14
What Supreme Court decision established that
slaves were property not citizens and that living
in free state did not make you free?
15
What Supreme Court decision established that
slaves were property not citizens and that living
in free state did not make you free?
Dred Scott decision
16
Who were the people in the North who wanted to
end slavery?
17
Who were the people in the North who wanted to
end slavery?
Abolitionist (Hint See word abolish,
meaning to get rid of, in abolitionist)
18
Who was the Abolitionist leader who published
the anti-slavery newspaper, The Liberator?
19
Who was the Abolitionist leader who published
the anti-slavery newspaper, The Liberator?
William Lloyd Garrison
20
Who was a former slave who escaped to become the
most prominent black Abolitionist?
21
Who was a former slave who escaped to become the
most prominent black Abolitionist?
Frederick Douglas
22
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and
wrote the anti-slavery book, Uncle Toms Cabin?
23
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and
wrote the anti-slavery book, Uncle Toms Cabin?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
24
What increased fears in Virginia and led to harsh
laws in the South against fugitive slaves?
25
What increased fears in Virginia and led to harsh
laws in the South against fugitive slaves?
Slave revolts, in Virginia led by Nat Turner and
Gabriel Prosser
26
Who debated for a U.S. Senate in Illinois (1858)
and exposed the issue of slavery dividing the
nations?
vs.
27
Who debated for a U.S. Senate in Illinois (1858)
and exposed the issue of slavery dividing the
nations?
vs.
Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
Stephen Douglas (Democrat)
28
What was the difference between Lincolns
and Douglas view of slavery?
vs.
Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
Stephen Douglas (Democrat)
29
What was the difference between Lincolns
and Douglas view of slavery?
vs.
Abraham Lincoln (Republican) opposes spread of
slavery (House divided against itself cannot
stand)
Stephen Douglas (Democrat) popular sovereignty
(people decide, voting)
30
The Lincoln-Douglas debates were viewed as
a deciding factor in the election of 1860. Who
was likely to support Lincoln?
31
Election of Abraham Lincoln (1860)- elected by
northern states. Against spread of slavery but
promised not to interfere with slavery where it
already existed.
32
South Carolina seceded from Union followed by
other Southern states Election of Lincoln is
trigger that results in secession of lower
southern states- feared Lincoln would try to
abolish slavery.
33
What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below?






34
What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below? Missouri Compromise (1820)
What was the only state north of the 36 30 Missouri Compromise line to allow slavery?





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What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below? Missouri Compromise (1820)
What was the only state north of the 36 30 Missouri Compromise line to allow slavery? Missouri
What compromise made California a free state, while the new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico would decide on their own?



36
What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below? Missouri Compromise (1820)
What was the only state north of the 36 30 Missouri Compromise line to allow slavery? Missouri
What compromise made California a free state, while the new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico would decide on their own? Compromise of 1850
What repealed the Missouri Compromise by giving people in Kansas and Nebraska the choice whether to allow slavery (popular sovereignty)?


37
What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below? Missouri Compromise (1820)
What was the only state north of the 36 30 Missouri Compromise line to allow slavery? Missouri
What compromise made California a free state, while the new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico would decide on their own? Compromise of 1850
What repealed the Missouri Compromise by giving people in Kansas and Nebraska the choice whether to allow slavery (popular sovereignty)? Kansas-Nebraska Act
What candidate in the 1858 Illinois Senate race stood for popular sovereignty?

38
What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below? Missouri Compromise (1820)
What was the only state north of the 36 30 Missouri Compromise line to allow slavery? Missouri
What compromise made California a free state, while the new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico would decide on their own? Compromise of 1850
What repealed the Missouri Compromise by giving people in Kansas and Nebraska the choice whether to allow slavery (popular sovereignty)? Kansas-Nebraska Act
What candidate in the 1858 Illinois Senate race stood for popular sovereignty? Stephen Douglas (D)
What candidate in the 1858 Illinois Senate race opposed the expansion of slavery?
39
What compromise drew an east-west line through the Louisiana Purchase, slavery prohibited above and allowed below? Missouri Compromise (1820)
What was the only state north of the 36 30 Missouri Compromise line to allow slavery? Missouri
What compromise made California a free state, while the new Southwestern territories acquired from Mexico would decide on their own? Compromise of 1850
What repealed the Missouri Compromise by giving people in Kansas and Nebraska the choice whether to allow slavery (popular sovereignty)? Kansas-Nebraska Act
What candidate in the 1858 Illinois Senate race stood for popular sovereignty? Stephen Douglas (D)
What candidate in the 1858 Illinois Senate race opposed the expansion of slavery? Abraham Lincoln
40
What were two results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?





41
What were two results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? Birth of Republican Party (oppose the expansion of slavery) 2) Bloody fighting in Kansas between pro- and anti- slavery forces (Bleeding Kansas)
What required slaves who escaped to free states to be forcibly returned to their owners?




42
What were two results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? Birth of Republican Party (oppose the expansion of slavery) 2) Bloody fighting in Kansas between pro- and anti- slavery forces (Bleeding Kansas)
What required slaves who escaped to free states to be forcibly returned to their owners? Fugitive Slave Act
What decision overturned efforts to limit the spread of slavery by ruling living in a free state did not make a slave free?


43
What were two results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? Birth of Republican Party (oppose the expansion of slavery) 2) Bloody fighting in Kansas between pro- and anti- slavery forces (Bleeding Kansas)
What required slaves who escaped to free states to be forcibly returned to their owners? Fugitive Slave Act
What decision overturned efforts to limit the spread of slavery by ruling living in a free state did not make a slave free? Dred Scott decision
What was the term given to individuals who saw slavery as a violation of Christian principles?

44
What were two results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? Birth of Republican Party (oppose the expansion of slavery) 2) Bloody fighting in Kansas between pro- and anti- slavery forces (Bleeding Kansas)
What required slaves who escaped to free states to be forcibly returned to their owners? Fugitive Slave Act
What decision overturned efforts to limit the spread of slavery by ruling living in a free state did not make a slave free? Dred Scott decision
What was the term given to individuals who saw slavery as a violation of Christian principles? Abolitionists
Who was a famous abolitionist who published an anti-slavery newspaper called The Liberator?
45
What were two results of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? Birth of Republican Party (oppose the expansion of slavery) 2) Bloody fighting in Kansas between pro- and anti- slavery forces (Bleeding Kansas)
What required slaves who escaped to free states to be forcibly returned to their owners? Fugitive Slave Act
What decision overturned efforts to limit the spread of slavery by ruling living in a free state did not make a slave free? Dred Scott decision
What was the term given to individuals who saw slavery as a violation of Christian principles? Abolitionists
Who was a famous abolitionist who published an anti-slavery newspaper called The Liberator? William Lloyd Garrison
46
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment?





47
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What anti-slavery novel did Harriet Beecher Stowe write?




48
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What anti-slavery novel did Harriet Beecher Stowe write? Uncle Toms Cabin
What fed white fears about slave rebellions and led to harsh laws in the South against fugitive slaves?



49
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What anti-slavery novel did Harriet Beecher Stowe write? Uncle Toms Cabin
What fed white fears about slave rebellions and led to harsh laws in the South against fugitive slaves? Slave revolts, Nat Turner and Gabriel Prosser
What happened to Southerners who favored abolition?


50
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What anti-slavery novel did Harriet Beecher Stowe write? Uncle Toms Cabin
What fed white fears about slave rebellions and led to harsh laws in the South against fugitive slaves? Slave revolts, Nat Turner and Gabriel Prosser
What happened to Southerners who favored abolition? Intimidated into silence
What movement grew at the same time as the abolitionist movement?

51
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What anti-slavery novel did Harriet Beecher Stowe write? Uncle Toms Cabin
What fed white fears about slave rebellions and led to harsh laws in the South against fugitive slaves? Slave revolts, Nat Turner and Gabriel Prosser
What happened to Southerners who favored abolition? Intimidated into silence
What movement grew at the same time as the abolitionist movement? Womens rights (suffrage, voting)
Who were two women who led the womens rights movement during the 19th century?
52
Who was the wife of a New England clergyman and author of a best-selling novel that inflamed Northern abolitionist sentiment? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What anti-slavery novel did Harriet Beecher Stowe write? Uncle Toms Cabin
What fed white fears about slave rebellions and led to harsh laws in the South against fugitive slaves? Slave revolts, Nat Turner and Gabriel Prosser
What happened to Southerners who favored abolition? Intimidated into silence
What movement grew at the same time as the abolitionist movement? Womens rights (suffrage, voting)
Who were two women who led the womens rights movement during the 19th century? Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
53
What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal?





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What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal? Seneca Falls Declaration
Who was a slave who escaped to become one of the most vocal abolitionist?




55
What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal? Seneca Falls Declaration
Who was a slave who escaped to become one of the most vocal abolitionist? Frederick Douglas
What was considered a deciding factor in the election of 1860?



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What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal? Seneca Falls Declaration
Who was a slave who escaped to become one of the most vocal abolitionist? Frederick Douglas
What was considered a deciding factor in the election of 1860? Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Who said in the Lincoln-Douglas debates that A House Divided against itself Cannot Stand?


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What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal? Seneca Falls Declaration
Who was a slave who escaped to become one of the most vocal abolitionist? Frederick Douglas
What was considered a deciding factor in the election of 1860? Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Who said in the Lincoln-Douglas debates that A House Divided against itself Cannot Stand? Abraham Lincoln
What issue was Lincoln referring to when he said, a house divided against itself cannot stand?

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What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal? Seneca Falls Declaration
Who was a slave who escaped to become one of the most vocal abolitionist? Frederick Douglas
What was considered a deciding factor in the election of 1860? Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Who said in the Lincoln-Douglas debates that A House Divided against itself Cannot Stand? Abraham Lincoln
What issue was Lincoln referring to when he said, a house divided against itself cannot stand? Slavery, the country could not continue to be divided half slave and half free
What happened when Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the U.S. in 1860?
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What declaration pulled from the Declaration of Independence in saying that all men and women are created equal? Seneca Falls Declaration
Who was a slave who escaped to become one of the most vocal abolitionist? Frederick Douglas
What was considered a deciding factor in the election of 1860? Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Who said in the Lincoln-Douglas debates that A House Divided against itself Cannot Stand? Abraham Lincoln
What issue was Lincoln referring to when he said, a house divided against itself cannot stand? Slavery, the country could not continue to be divided half slave and half free
What happened when Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the U.S. in 1860? Lower Southern states seceded (broke away) because they feared he would abolish slavery
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