The Republican party

The Republican party
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  • By: Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Uncle Tom's Cabine
  • 1852
  • Uncle Tom's Cabine
  • Did the Republica Party stop the spread of slavery?
  • The Republican party
  • 
  • Oh really?
  • 1854
  • Hello sir!!
  • No slavery!
  • 
  • We need to stop the spread of slavery.
  • Election of
  • 1856
  • I think we need to choose former president Millard Fillmore as our candidate.
  • I agree
  • Nomonation
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the Novel Uncle Tom's Cabine. It showed the evils of slavery and the injustice of the Fugitive Slave act. The novel was published in 1852. More and more northerners saw slavery as a moral problem facing every American.
  • 
  • James Buchanan
  • Election day
  • A few Whigs, Democrats, Free-soilers, and abolitionists joined the Republican party, a political party united against the spread of slavery in the west.
  • 
  • Thank you all so much!!
  • Representatives are arguing over slavery and are thinking about whether or not to choose former president Millard Fillmore as there competitor for the election of 1856, and eventually, they did.
  • 
  • I was so close to winning
  • I only won 1 state!
  • Democrats nominated James Buchanan big deal of political experience as Polk's secretary of state, he was an Ambassador in Great Britain during the Kansas Nebraska act. Also won 14 of the 15 slave states on election day.
  • nomination box
  • I hope James Buchanan
  • Buchanan won 14 of the 15 slave states and became president. Fremont won 11 out of the 16 states. Millard Fillmore only won 1 state which was Maryland.
  • People are happy about the election.
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