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The Coming of the Civil War

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The Coming Of The Civil War By. Lynsey Burzinski and Autumn Lloyd Fugitive Slave Law Kansas-Nebraska Act REQUIRED NORTHERNERS
TO CATCH RUNAWAYS jailed fro 6 months
and $1,000 fine judges decided getting $10 to send
them back and $5 to send them to safety - January 1854 by Stephen Douglas http://01.edu-cdn.com -Nebraska territory to be split in two Neither side got what they wanted completely and the northerners felt like a part of slavery itself -South supported the act, they hoped that Missourians would cross the border and vote for slavery in Kansas CDN.com Bleeding Kansas -Decided by Popular Sovereignty Dred Scott Case John Brown gathered family and two others to kill people that were okay with slavery Started because of people moving to Kansas to vote for slavery This happened in the year 1856 -North hated the act, they said that it was illegal. -President Pierce, who was the 14th president, supported the act. Uncle Tom's Cabin -First 5,000 printed copies were sold out in two days -Originally sold as a serial -Southerners objected to the book , they claimed it did not give a clear picture of slave life Violence in the Senate Election of 1860 -The story had a wide appeal in the north they loved the book 1857
supreme court had to settle the slavery issue
in 1857 they ruled on case
they decided he couldn't file a case because he was a slave and that would encourage other slaves to sue too
He was not considered a US citizen, he was property
They said that the Missouri Compromise was considered illegal Autumn Lloyd Dred Scott: By. Autumn Lloyd
Was a slave originally from Missouri
He later moved to Illinois and then Wisconsin(which were free states)
He was kept as a slave and went back to Missouri where his owner died
He created a lawsuit to say that shouldn't have happened
He said he should have been free when he moved These people were called holligans President Pierce Important person; By. Autumn Lloyd
John brown
he started this as said before
He died being hung for Harper's ferry
He killed over 200 people in just bleeding kansas
Kansas is a free state partly because of what he did Was born September 23 1804 Was 14th president, and he was 32 when he took office Died October 8, 1869 He was important because he supported the Kansas-Nebraska act http://www.terza-pagina.it - Charles Sumner -He was against slavery laws in Kansas -He criticized the south -Andrew Butler for South Carolina -Andrew's nephew (Preston Brooks) came and beat Charles Sumner bloody and unconscious with a cane. -Southerners appreciated what Preston did, they thought that Sumner got what he deserved -Northerners thought that slavery led to violence Harper's Ferry Took place in Virginia
John Brown took slaves there
he tried to take over arsenal
he hoped fro a a slave revolt
NO slave rising took place
John Brown was captured and hung by Robert E Lee Robert E Lee Born: January 19th of 1807
Where: Stratford Virginia
Child: He was the forth child,
and was mostly raised by
his mother
Died: October 10th 1870
Known for: capturing John
Brown and battle of
Chancellorsville Fredrick Douglas Born; Feb 1818
Died: Feb 1895
where: Maryland
Was mostly Known for:Freeing slaves and giving a speech about his life as one. Also, he helped plead for women's rights
Interesting facts: His father was actually white, he learned to read and write when he was 8 years old
in January of 1836: He declared to himself that he would be free by the end of the year....he escaped but was caught and put in prison. -Lincoln won the election -South felt they lost their voice in government, and began to break away from the U.S. -South Carolina was the first state to succeed then, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, and Texas were soon to fallow. -The north was very happy that Lincoln won because his decisions didn't effect them at all -Missouri, Kentucky, West Virginia, Delaware, and Maryland were the 5 border states that stayed in the union. -They called these states the Confederate States of America, and Jefferson Davis was the president. Abraham Lincoln Was born in Kentucky He became president in 1860 He won the election of 1860 Charles Sumner Harriet Beecher Stowe Was born June 14, 1811 Before she became an author she was a teacher She wrote ten other novels including Uncle Tom's Cabin Lincoln called Harriet "the little lady that started this big war" She was important because she told people how slavery was accruing. -was born in Boston on January 6th 1811 -Was beaten unconscious by Preston Brooks -He died of a heart attack on March 11 1874 -He was an abolitionist http://thegrio.files.wordpress.com He did not like slavery http://upload.wikimedia.org http://www.americaslibrary.gov/assets/jb/reform/jb_reform_beecher_1_e.gif -Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe http://world.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/uncle-toms-cabin2.jpg By: Lynsey Burzinski By:Lynsey Burzinski By: Lynsey Burzinski By. Autumn Lloyd By: Lynsey Burzinski By: Lynsey Burzinski By: Lynsey Bursinski By. Autumn Lloyd By: Lynsey Burzinski By. Autumn Lloyd By. Autumn Lloyd By. Autumn Lloyd By. Autumn Lloyd Worldwar.com/canon smithsonian.org cnd.org/john Brown/bleeding kansas roberteleememorial.com
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