Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Handout the American Civil War

Handout A House Divided Towards the American well-behaved War, 1831-1861 Causes of the American obliging War 1. social-economic differences amid uniting and South 2. realmal contravene about oer slavery in unorganized territories 3. break-up of national political ships company system emergence of new society system based on region (i. e. North-South) (see also handout week 4) 4. ideological and cultural polarisation between North and South Constitution three-fifths clause fugitive slave clause slave share clause 820 Missouri agree Missouri admitted as slave land Maine created as set down state canal of 1820 (36 . 30 ) 1828-1833 South Carolina tariff override crisis 1831-1860 antislavery activism (1831 William Lloyd Garrison The Liberator) 1831 slave rebellion light-emitting diode by Nat Turner in Southampton County, Virginia 1845 annexation of Texas 1846-1848 Mexican War 1848U. S. victory over Mexico territorial expansion (California, Utah and natural Mexico ter ritories) 1850 Compromise of 1850 California admitted as free state popular sovereignty in New Mexico and Utah slave trade prohibited in District of capital of South Carolina (Washington, DC) Fugitive Slave locomote 1852 carry publication Harriet Beecher Stowes novel Uncle Toms Cabin 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act (Bleeding Kansas) 1854 splitting of Whig foundation republican society ( exhaust Soil, Free Labor, Free Men) and American (Know zip) Party 1857 Dred Scott Decision of the U. S.Supreme Court light-emitting diode by Chief Justice Taney (pro-slavery) 1859 foray on Harpers Ferry (John Brown) 1860 Democratic Party splits into two (North vs. South) November 1860 capital of Nebraska (Republican Party) elected chair December 1860 South Carolina secedes from the union 1861- January pulling out of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas February adoption Confederate Constitution and universe of discourse of Confederate States of America (South) pres.Jeff erson Davis capital Montgomery, Alabama. defect inauguration of Pres. Lincoln 12 April set on on (federal) Fort Sumter by penetration Confederate (Southern) troops beginning of the Civil War 9 April 1865 surrender by (Confederate) general Robert E. Lee (Appomattox) 14 April 1865 black lotion attempt on Pres. Lincoln Lincoln dies on April 15. George Fitzhugh, Sociology for the South (1854) and Cannibals All or, Slaves Without master (1856) John Calhoun, Disquisition on governing body (1850)

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