Civil War

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  • Slavery
  • Slavery
  • Slavery needs to be abolished
  • States Rights
  • We should be a able to determine what is best for our individual state and we need slaves to make a living.
  • The North didn't need slavery, but the South did. They began to argue about slavery.The tension between them intensified because of states rights, the nullification crisis, and the Dred Scott Case.
  • States Rights
  • Lets secede from the Union
  • Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Douglas, John Breckenridge, John Bell, Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens, and Robert Toombs are the people in the heart over the disputes involving slavery.
  • Compromises
  • The north and the south used the concept of states rights to argue for and against slavery. The southern states thought that they could do what is best for their individual state without intervention from the federal government.
  • Compromises
  • Did you hear that Abraham Lincoln is now the president
  • I think he is going to abolish slavery
  • The southern states thought that they could nullify laws passed by the federal government because of state rights and sectionalism. Some Georgians wanted to secede from the Union while others didn't.
  • The Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850 were created to try to prevent a civil war between the North and the South. Georgia helped push through the Compromise of 1850 because of the Fugitive Slave Act.
  • We will make a line to determine if a state will allow slavery
  • The final event that led to the civil war was when Abraham Lincoln won the Election of 1860. Since Abraham Lincoln was an abolitionist, southerners were afraid that he would get rid of slavery. This caused southern states to secede.
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