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Cheaper 10 Vocabulary Word Search

Cheaper 10 Vocabulary  Word Search
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Harriet Beecher Stowe
Personal Liberty Laws
Underground Railroad
Kansas Nebraska Act
Popular Sovereignty
Fugitive Slave Act
Freeport Dectrine
Stephen A Douglas
Republican Party
Uncle Toms Cabin
Millard Fillmore
Franklin Pierce
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Bleeding Kansas
Harriet Tubman
Wilmot Proviso
Harpers Ferry
Roger B Taney
Confederacy
Dred Scott
John Brown
Secession
Nativism

Cause of North and South going to war Word Search

Cause of North and South going to war Word Search
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Lincoln- Douglas Debates
Pottawatomic Massacre
Kansas- Nebraska Act
Fuigitive Slave Act
Missouri Compromise
Popular Sovereignty
Compromise of 1850
Freeport Doctrine
Election of 1860
Republican Party
Free- Soil Party
John C. Freemont
Bleeding Kansas
Abraham Lincoln
Stephen Douglas
South Carolina
Wilmot Proviso
Sectionalism
John Borwn
Dred Scott
Henry Clay
Secession

Civil War Word Search

Civil War Word Search
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Freeport Doctrine
Election of 1860
republican party
Jefferson Davis
Bleeding Kansas
Preston Brooks
Charles Sumner
Daniel Webster
William Seward
South Carolina
Wilmot Proviso
Anthony Burns
sectionalism
John Brown
Dred Scott
Henry Clay
John Bell
secession
slaves

Tensions Rise between North && South Word Search

Tensions Rise between North && South  Word Search
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eighteen fifty compromise
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Kansas- Nebraska act
popular sovereignty
Stephan A . Douglas
fugitive slave act
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Free-soil party
Wilmot Proviso
bickering

chapter 4 section 1 Bingo Cards

chapter 4 section 1 Bingo Cards
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secession
Dred Scott
John Brown
Harpers Ferry
Harriet Tubman
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Fugitive slave act
Stephen A Douglas
Harriet Beecher Stowe
popular soverienty
Underground Railroad
Compromise of 1850
Confederacy
Kansas-Nebraska Act
voting rights
south
north
confederacy
Henry Clay
President Taylor

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Civil War Crossword

Civil War Crossword
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Published a book called Uncle Toms Cabin. a powerful condemnation of slavery. it shows how bad slave owners treated them.
California became a free state. Texas relinquished its claim on New Mexico in return for $10 million.
John Buchanan became the 15 president.
Tried to sue for freedom, but couldn't because he is technically property.
A law that wouldn't allow you to help runaway slaves because you will be charged, or imprisoned.
Carried out a midnight execution of five proslavery settlers near Pottawatomie Creek.
Leader of the Republican Party.
A law stating neither slavery nor involuntary servitude shall ever exist in any lands won from Mexico.
A new antislavery group forms.
Divided 2 states Kansas and Nebraska. Nebraska became a free state, and Kansas became a slave state.
A series of seven debates while competing for a seat in senate.
They wanted the Wilmot Proviso to happen so they joined together to get slavery out of western territories.
Violent outbreaks occurred in various locales around Lawrence.
A law that wouldn't allow you to help runaway slaves because you will be charged, or imprisoned.
Started the Underground Railroad, and spied and scouted for the Union army in South Carolina.

chapter 4 section 1 Bingo Cards

chapter 4 section 1 Bingo Cards
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secession
Dred Scott
John Brown
Harpers Ferry
Harriet Tubman
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Fugitive Slave Act
Stephen A Douglas
Harriet Beecher Stowe
popular sovereignty
Underground Railroad
Compromise of 1850
Confederacy
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Henry Clay
Fifth Amendment
Ohio
expansion
Whitney Plantation
Fourteenth Amendment
states rights
voting rights

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Chapter 10 vocab Crossword

Chapter 10 vocab Crossword
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A name applied to the Kansas territory in the years before the civil war
A series of congressional measures intended to settle the major disagreements
The confederacy states of America
A political party formed in 1848 to oppose the extension of slavery into U.S. territories
The idea, expressed by Stephan Douglass in 1858
A law enacted as part of the compromise of 1850
A law, enacted in 1854,
Favoring the interests of native-born people over foreign born people
Statutes, passed in nine northern states in the 1850s
A system in which the residents vote to decide an issue
The modern political party that was formed in 1854
The formal withdrawal of a state from the union
A best selling novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe
A system of routes along which runaway slaves were helped to escape to Canada
An admetment to an 1846 military appropriations bill

Disunion 1848-1860 Word Search

Disunion 1848-1860 Word Search
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Lincoln Douglas Debates
Lecompton Constitution
Underground Railroad
Kansas Nebraska Act
Popular Sovereignty
Know Nothing Party
Fugitive Slave Act
Compromise of 1860
Freeport Doctrine
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Election of 1860
Election of 1856
Republican Party
Gadsden Purchase
Ostend Manifesto
Election of 1848
Dred Scott Case
Bleeding Kansas
Stephen Douglas
Free Soil Party
Harper's Ferry
Sumner Beating
Slaveocracy
Fire Eaters

Civil War Vocabulary Crossword

Civil War Vocabulary Crossword
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1846 proposed law to outlawed slavery in any territory gained from the War with Mexico
Formal withdrawal of a state from the Union
Agreement designed to ease tensions between free states and slave states; California entered as a free state while the South got a Fugitive Slave Act
"The Little Giant"; U.S. senator from Illinois who worked to pass the Compromise of 1850; proposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854; defeated Abraham Lincoln in his 1858 re-election campaign
Thirteenth POTUS
1850 law meant to help slaveholders recapture runaway slaves
Laws passed by Northern states forbidding the imprisonment of escaped slaves
Network of abolitionists who secretly helped slaves escape to freedom
"The Black Moses", a conductor on the Underground Railroad who led enslaved people to freedom
Author of uncle tom's cabin
1852 anti-slavery novel
1854 law that would allow voters in Kansas and Nebraska to choose whether or not to allow slavery
Abolitionist who used violence to accomplish his goals; led the Pottawatomie Massacre, Kansas and Harper's Ferry Raid, Virginia
Term used to describe the 1854-1856 violence between pro-slavery and anti-slavery supporters in Kansas
Fourteenth POTUS
the belief that native-born white Americans are superior to foreign-born immigrants
Anti-Catholic and anti-immigrant party formed in the 1850's; aka Order of the Star-Spangled Banner or American Party
Political party formed in 1848 to oppose the extension of slavery into U.S. territories
Anti-slavery political party formed in 1854 in protest against the Kansas-Nebraska Act
Abolitionist newspaper editor who helped found the Republican Party
Mexican-American War hero and Republican Party candidate in the 1856 presidential election
Fifteenth POTUS
Slave who sued for his freedom in the Supreme Court in 1857; led to the Missouri Compromise being declared unconstitutional
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who wrote the lead opinion in the Dred Scott case
Sixteenth POTUS