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Causes of the Civil War
  • 5th Grade Social Studies
  • Chapter 12
  • Lesson 1
  • Worlds Apart

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Lesson 12.1- Worlds Apartpages 416-421
  • Vocabulary

tariff
tariff states rights sectionalism
a tax charged by a government on imported goods
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Lesson 12.1- Worlds Apartpages 416-421
  • Vocabulary

states rights
tariff states rights sectionalism
political belief in limiting federal government
preserving the state government
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Lesson 12.1- Worlds Apartpages 416-421
  • Vocabulary

sectionalism
tariff states rights sectionalism
loyalty to local regional interests customs
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Lesson 12.1- Worlds Apartpages 416-421
  • Why did the value of cotton grow?
  • Mills in Britain New England needed it
  • What did the southern states do after Nat
    Turners rebellion?
  • They passed laws to control both enslaved free
    blacks

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Lesson 12.1- Worlds Apartpages 416-421
  • What were the differences between the economies
    of the North South?
  • South-agricultural North-industrial
  • Why were there fewer farmers in the North by
    1860?
  • Manufacturing jobs drew more people to cities
    where the factories were.

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Causes of the Civil War
  • 5th Grade Social Studies
  • Chapter 12
  • Lesson 2
  • The Struggle for Freedom

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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • Vocabulary

abolitionist discrimination Underground Railroad
Underground Railroad
secret system that helped runaway slaves escape
to the North
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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • Vocabulary

abolitionist discrimination Underground Railroad
abolitionist
an antislavery activist
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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • Vocabulary

abolitionist discrimination Underground Railroad
discrimination
treatment of people based on class or category
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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • When did the abolitionist movement grow quickly?
  • In the 1830s 1840s
  • What did William Lloyd Garrison do in 1831?
  • Begin printing The Liberator

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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • What effect did Fredrick Douglas have on his
    audience?
  • His words made the horrors of slavery real to his
    audience because they knew he was an escaped
    slave
  • When was the American Anti-Slavery Society
    created?
  • 1833

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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • What was the Underground Railroad?
  • a series of escape routes hiding places to
    bring slaves out of the South
  • What features of the Underground Railroad made it
    seem like a real railroad?
  • Hiding PlacesStations HelpersConductors

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Lesson 12.2- The Struggle for Freedompages
424-431
  • Who was Harriet Tubman?
  • She was the most famous conductor on the
    Underground Railroad

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Causes of the Civil War
  • 5th Grade Social Studies
  • Chapter 12
  • Lesson 3
  • Compromise Conflict

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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Vocabulary

popular sovereignty
slave state free state Union popular
sovereignty fugitive
authority carried out by the people at large
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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Vocabulary

Union
slave state free state Union popular
sovereignty fugitive
U.S.A the North during the Civil War
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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Vocabulary

fugitive
slave state free state Union popular
sovereignty fugitive
one who runs away from the law
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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Vocabulary

slave state
slave state free state Union popular
sovereignty fugitive
a state in which slavery is allowed
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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Vocabulary

free state
slave state free state Union popular
sovereignty fugitive
a state in which slavery is not allowed
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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Why did the territory of the U.S. expand in the
    1800s?
  • Louisiana Purchase Mexican War opened up new
    land for settlers
  • What free state joined the Union as part of the
    Missouri Compromise?
  • Maine

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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • What did the Compromise of 1850 do?
  • It allowed popular sovereignty in some
    territories so that they could choose whether to
    allow slavery

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Lesson 12.3- Compromise Conflictp. 432-439
  • Who was Harriet Beecher Stowe?
  • She wrote Uncle Toms Cabin, a book that pushed
    the North South further apart
  • Why did John Brown attack a U.S. Army post in
    Harpers Ferry, Virginia?
  • He wanted to start a rebellion against slavery

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Causes of the Civil War
  • 5th Grade Social Studies
  • Chapter 12
  • Lesson 4
  • Civil War Begins

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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • Vocabulary

secession Confederacy civil war
Confederacy
the eleven Southern states that seceded from the
U.S.
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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • Vocabulary

secession Confederacy civil war
secession
the act of withdrawing membership from an
organization or union
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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • Vocabulary

secession Confederacy civil war
civil war
a war between opposing groups of the same country
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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • Why did some southerners want their states to
    withdraw from the Union?
  • They believed secession was the only way to
    protect slavery
  • What did Republicans think about slavery in the
    territories?
  • Republicans wanted to keep slavery out of the
    territories

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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • In what states did Abraham Lincolns family live
    while he grew up?
  • Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois
  • What did Abraham Lincoln mean when he said, A
    house divided against itself cannot stand?
  • He meant that the country could not go on forever
    divided by slavery

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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • What were Stephen Douglass views on slavery?
  • He didnt feel slavery was wrong should be
    legal if the people wanted it
  • Who were the Democratic candidates for President
    in 1860?
  • Stephen Douglas John Breckenridge

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Lesson 12.4- Civil War Beginsp. 440-447
  • Why would it have been difficult to vote for
    Lincoln in the South?
  • Lincolns name was not on the ballot in 10
    Southern States
  • Which state was the first to leave the Union?
  • South Carolina

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