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Civil War

Author: Sorrell Heather
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0. Nullification Crisis
1. 1861
2. William Lloyd Garrison
3. Appomatox
4. Compromise of 1850
5. Gettysburg Address
6. Tariffs
7. Missouri Compromise
8. Frederick Douglass
9. 1860
10. Kansas-Nebraska Act
11. Harper%27s Ferry
12. Emancipation Proclamation
13. Scott v Sanford
14. Battle of Gettysburg
15. Harriet Beecher Stowe

0. 1832 SC threatened Civil War over tariff, said they wouldn%27t pay
1. Republican Lincoln elected leading to SC seceding
2. Ca became free state, strict Fugitive slave act past
3. tax that southerners opposed but northerners liked
4. drew line thorugh Lousiana Purchase, made two new states
5. published abolitionisht newspaper %22Liberator%22
6. encouraged Lincoln to use slaves to fight the Confederacy
7. where General Robert E Lee surrendered to General Grant
8. Lincoln said America one nation, based on equality
9. freed slaves in rebelling states, made ending slavery war aim
10. allowed voters to decide on slavery, led to Rep. Party
11. Supreme Cout said slavery legal anywhere, slaves property
12. Ft Sumter attacked, opening confrontation of Civil War
13. Union Victory, turning point of Civil War
14. Where John Brown attempted to lead slave revolt
15. fueld abolition debate with Uncle Tom%27s Cabin