roadmap to civil war

roadmap to civil war

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  • Clay you're the Best !!
  • That's a GREAT Idea !!
  • How about we...
  • omg Yes !
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin
  • This is going to be the book of the CENTURY !!!
  • Let's get you folks outta here...
  • The terms of the compromise included: 1. Admitting California to the Union as a free state, 2. The rest of the Mexican cession was divided into New Mexico and Utah without mention of slavery, 3. The claim of Texas was satisfied by a payment of $10 million, 4. The Fugitive Slave Act was passed to catch runaway slaves and return them to their masters, 5. The buying and selling of slaves (but not slavery) ended in the District of Columbia.
  • Kansas- Nebraska Act
  • All those in favor...
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin was a book written by harriet Beecher Stowe (not Harriet Tubman 😂) about the conflict between a slave named Tom and his brutal White slave owner Simon Legree. This book touched the hearts of many Northerners and Europeans.
  • Bleeding Kansas
  • Harriet Tubman, on the other hand made a great impact in the South by making at least 19 trips back into the south to help over 300 slaves escape through the underground railroad✊. Would any of you have done that?
  • Brooks- Summers Incident
  • 😂
  • A man named Stephen Douglas sponsored the Kansas- Nebraska Act. It allowed people in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery within their borders or popular sovereignty. The Republican Party was founded by Free Soilers and Antislavery Whigs in response to the Kansas- Nebraska Act.
  • Kansas was known as Bleeding Kansas at one point because fighting broke out between anti and proslavery groups in that area. Proslavery Missourians were called Border Ruffians by their enemies. In 1856 proslavery forces attacked and killed 2 people and destroyed homes and businesses. John Brown, a stern abolitionist, thought it necessary to retaliate by attacking a proslavery farm and killing 5 people.
  • You kids are going to LOVE this next. it about 2 men names Preston Brooks and Charles Sumner. In 1856 Charles Sumner verbally attacked the Democratic Administration with a rancorous speech call "The Crime Against Kansas" and attacked Preston's Uncle. So what did Preston do to defend his Uncle you ask...
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