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Antebellum Era

Brianna Luna

Pre-Civil War 1836-1860

Slaves In order to protect the institution of slavery and their way of life
What were some crops that slaves grew in the South? Slavery shaped every aspect of Southern Society
What did slavery do to Southern Society? Factories and Manufacturing
Why did the South secede from the Union? to vote
The South's secession led to- Civil War
What was the term used to describe the movement to end slavery? economic
What did the Northern States do that they wanted the South to do as well? Fredrick Douglas and Sojourner Truth
An abolitionist newspaper by William Lloyd Garrison- Nebraska territory was divided into 2 territories
These two people were both born slaves but had escaped slavery and became leading abolitionist  warm climate, long growing season, agriculture was primary economic activity, slaves did most of the work, few cities, mainly rural area
Wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' which portrayed slavery in the south Abolitionism
Tension between the North and South as each "section" of the country places its own interests above the country as a whole Warm Climate, very little rain, hard to grow crops and large ranches raised cattle & horses
What did the North rely on? lots of fertile soil; farming was the main occupation; farms produced large crops of corn and wheat and slavery was not allowed
What did the South rely on? Northern States had outlawed slavery and they wanted the Southern States to do the same
The North and South had different ________ interest Kansas-Nebraska Act
The tariff of Abominations and the Nullification Crisis did what to the country? sectionalism
Conflict between pro-slavery and anti-slavery people in Kansas from 1854-1859 The Liberator
Under the Kansas-Nebraska Act what happened to Nebraska? Introduced during the colonial era as a cheap form of labor
Under this act slavery in each territory was to be decided by popular sovereignty  Harriet Beecher Stowe
Why did anti-slavery and pro-slavery forces rush into the territories?  increased sectionalism
Who was a key figure who was an extreme abolitionist that murdered slavery supporters? plantations and farms
Midwest Cotton, Sugar, Rice and Tobacco
West Cold climate, short growing season, many factories, workers moved to cities to find jobs here and industrialization changed how people worked and lived.
South Bleeding Kansas
North John Browne

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