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SWBAT: Analyze the Dred Scott v. - presentation
Sandford. Case & determine why it is considered a landmark Supreme court Case. Dred Scott v. . Sandford. Do Now. How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act affect the Missouri Compromise (Compromise of 1820)?.
Dred Scott Your revision grid needs completing up until Emergence of the Republican Party (we will - presentation
Due in 2 weeks.. Flipped Learning: Reminder. Include:. Who was nominated as presidential candidate by each party and why. 1856 campaign. 1856 result (try and get a map of the USA that shows these results).
The Impending Crisis - presentation
1854-1860. What’s Happening?. In March 1857, the Supreme Court rules that Dred Scott is not a citizen because of his race. . The . decision goes even further, stating Congress has no authority to exclude slavery from any part of the nation or its territories. .
Political Realignment Deepens the Crisis - presentation
American History. Goals. Students will be able to:. Utilize primary and secondary sources to understand a historical period. Review the causes and consequences of the Civil War. Identify the characteristics that define and differentiate regions.
Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) - presentation
Define the following term:. PROPERTY. List as many examples as you can of property. What would you do? . Read the scenario below and write your response on the Dred Scott Case Study Response Sheet. You live in South Carolina where they allow .
III. The Crisis Deepens - presentation
A. Kansas-Nebraska Act. 1. The Compromise of 1850 dealt mainly with lands that were part of the Mexican Cession.. a) It did not deal with the LA Purchase.. b) In 1854, Sen. Stephen Douglas introduced a bill to set up a government in the Nebraska territory..
Slavery and the Brink of War - presentation
Was the United States a house of cards before the Civil War?. Kansas - Nebraska Act - 1854. Author - Stephen A Douglas, Senator - Illinois. Act: Territory of Kansas would be divided into 2 states: Kansas and Nebraska.
Section - presentation
15.3: . Slavery Dominates Politics. Today’s Essential Question: How did slavery dominate national events after 1855?. Vocabulary . Republican . Party. – political party formed in 1854 to oppose slavery.
Drifting towards Disunion - presentation
Compromise of 1850. Admission of California as a free state would tip the balance of slave/free states. Compromise of 1850. California admitted as a free state. New Mexico and Utah free to vote on issue.
The Road to Civil War - presentation
1820-1860. 36˚30’. Missouri . Compromise . (1820). The American System. National Bank. Internal Improvements. Protective Tariff. The South Loses. NULLIFICATION. 1828-1833. The American System. National Bank.
The Crisis Deepens - presentation
Chapter 8. Section 2. Birth of the Republican Party. Kansas-Nebraska Act finally split the Whig Party. All Proslavery Southern Whigs voted for bill. All Antislavery Northern Whigs voted against it. Former Whigs, Free-Soilers, & antislavery Democrats join forces.
The Crisis Deepens - presentation
Chapter 10 Section 3. Birth of the Republican Party. Kansas-Nebraska Act -> replaced Missouri Compromise. Had major effect on Democratic and Whig parties. Whip Party-> Southern=pro-slavery and Northern=antislavery.
DO NOW - presentation
Presented eloquently by Sara Esquivel.. How did the Fugitive Slave Act, despite being part of a . compromise. , actually further the divide between North and South.. Why was Popular Sovereignty unrealistic as a concept in the existing territories of Kansas and Nebraska..
Unit 6: - presentation
A Nation Divided and Rebuilt. 1846-1877. In this Unit…. Chapter 15: The Nation Breaking Apart. Chapter 16: The Civil War Begins. Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns. Chapter 18: Reconstruction. Why It Matters Now.
Chapter 19 Drifting Toward Disunion - presentation
1852 / 1854-1861. Stowe and Helper: Literary Incendiaries. (1) . Uncle Tom’s Cabin . – Harriet Beecher Stowe (Abolitionist from Ohio) - 1852. *Written in response to the ungodliness of slavery and the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850..
Thirty Years Pass Tension mounts - presentation
Southerners fear anti-slavery forces are winning. Now California wants to join as a Free State (. da. . da. . da. DUM!). More Compromise: . The Compromise of 1850. For Abolitionists. For Supporters.
Sectional Balance Undone - presentation
Ms. . Bolognini. Kansas-Nebraska Act. Kansas-Nebraska Act 5 W’s. Who. : Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois . What. : . Nebraska Territory to be spilt into two: Nebraska Territory in the north and Kansas Territory in the south.
The Breaking Point - presentation
Dred Scott v. . Sandford. Dred Scott was a slave.. He was brought to a free state and sued for his freedom. . He stated since he was in a state where slavery was illegal he was then a free man. Supreme Court disagreed..
II. Basis of Citizenship - presentation
A. National Citizenship. . Founders let states decide who was a citizen . Naturalization – . Legal process by which a person is granted the rights and privileges of a citizen. . B. . Dred Scott V. Sandford.
Section 15.3: Slavery Dominates Politics - presentation
Today’s Essential Question: How did slavery dominate national events after 1855?. Vocabulary . Republican . Party. – political party formed in 1854 to oppose slavery. unconstitutional. – illegal because it violates the .
Quiet & Seated - presentation
LOQ. CE. CNN. Lecture: The Nation Breaking Apart . 15.3 . Slavery . Dominates Politics. Disagreement over slavery led to . the formation . of the Republican . Party and . heightened sectional tensions.
Bloodshed in Kansas - presentation
Chapter 15, Section 3. Kansas-Nebraska Act. 1854 Stephen Douglas of Illinois introduced a bill to set up a government for the Nebraska Territory. Stretched from Texas, north to Canada and Missouri west to the Rocky Mountains..
The Road to Secession Please take out Quiz 4 and Focus 18. Take the first 10 minutes of class to f - presentation
Scantron. answer form for the quiz. When you finish, turn in both the . Scantron. and the quiz itself to the cart, plus any “Young Republic” make-up materials (today is the deadline for those)..
The Civil War and Reconstruction - presentation
1-1:Causes of the Civil War. Pro-slavery and anti-slavery settlers killing each other in Kansas. 1. Sectionalism. Since the establishment of the U.S. the North and the South developed different economies.