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Period 7 daivd,morgan, and ko Civil War

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Transcript of Period 7 daivd,morgan, and ko Civil War

Civil War Slavery Missouri Compromise Westward Expansion Federalism Dred Scott Constitution The constitution marked freedom for people but it also marked slavery.
It allowed slavery and slaves were counted as 3/5ths a person via the three fifth clause.
Slavery cannot be stopped intill 1808 so the south would sign.
Lastly the U.S couldn't amend/change Constitution to prevent slavery till 1808. In 1787 it was made and in 1791 it became offical. Missouri Compromise The Missouri Compromise Was the fight over if missiouri should be a free state or slave state.
both Noth and South belived that Missioure should be able to choes if free or slave state
It was passed in 1820
The overal desion is that missouri is a slave state and maine is a free sate, and that was done so that the balnce was equle between slave and free states 1850 Compromise Henry Clay represented the 1850 compromise accompied by Stephen Douglas.

debate of slavery is were the land won in mexican war should be given to

they used"popular sovereignty"of thoes teritors to say witch state shoul become states

slavey would be allowed in washington D.C. slave trade would be abonded in the borders of the district.

California would become a free state. 13th Amendment
1864/1865 Facts Slavery is illegal / it offically bans slavery
Congress can make laws to ensure slavery is stopped. Evidence 13th Amendment
Section 1 and 2 Connections Emancipation Proclamation
Constitution originally allowed slavery untill at least 1808 14th amendment
1868 Facts Grants citezenship to "all People" does not include women(cant vote)
Dose Not include Native Americans
Evidence Amendment 14 Section 1
All persons born or naturilazed in the us are citezens'
No state can abridge or deny
Equal proctions
Conections Remove 3/5 th slaves
Removes slavery from constitution
15th Amendment
1870 Facts Gurinte african american men to vote
Amendment 15 section 1 and 2 Amendment 13 and 14
Evidence Conections Emancipation Proclamation Written on 9/22/1862
Abraham Lincoln made it to stop slavery and he knew they would keep fighting so it was a safe beat.
Made 5 days after a big win at Antietam. Fugitive slave act Made in 18 50 and was that if any slave was caught or found to be turned in to the police lastly it was a part of the compromise of 1850 so the south would sign Made slaves and northerns angry because it was making slavery worse Fort Sumter Fort Sumter was the beginning of the civil war and was a battle at one of the south's bases.
The South lost to the north who beat them at there base.
Made after Abraham was president to stop his power. Dred Scott He was an african American who was not able to become a citizen because of race.
The supreme court decided that no African American can ever become a citizen of the U.S.
This was decided in 1858. Vocabulary 1: Abolitionist were people who opposed slavery and wanted it to end most of them were northerns.
2 Free soil party a group of political people who were in the U.s around 1848 to 1852
3 Sharecroppers A system of farming were a landowner alows tenants to run part of his farm and give him some of the products.
4 Sectionalism Is split to things mainly countries, territories, or land into two or more parts who usually fight or don't get along.
5 Segregation Discriminating or treating someone different depending on their race.
6 3/5ths clause Meant that slaves counted as 3/5ths of a vote, but couldn't vote themselves their masters voted for them.
7 The union A group of people made in the south to counter the north made after Lincoln was elected president.
8 Fugitive slave act Was an act that said slaves were to be arrested if found away from their owners.
9 Plantation A large farm commonly found in the south and normally had slaves working on them.
10 Pro slavery People who support the idea of slavery and expansion/trade of slaves.
11 Dred scott An African American who was denied the right to be a citizen because of his race.
12 Missouri Compromise A compromise made in 1850 that made Missouri a slave state and declared Maine a free state in return to keep the balance.
13 1860 election president Abraham Lincoln won the election which started the civil war and the confederacy.
14 13th amendment abolished slavery.
15 14th amendment gave full citizenship to other races born in the U.S.
16 15th amendment gave voting right to any race if you live in the U.S.
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