Causes of the Civil War Nucci

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    Causes of the Civil War

  • Missouri Compromise

    Missouri Compromise
    In 1820 there was a compromise when Maine applied for statehood. According to the deal if the southern states agreed to let in Maine as a free state. Missouri would be admitted as a slave state. Plus, all lands acquired in the Louisiana Purchase North of 36° 30' N latitude would be free.
  • Slavery

    In the South white people made black people pick crops and do work in the feilds. Whites payed them nothing but sometimes they could work overtime to get money. White people though Blacks wern't even humands and didn't even care about them mutch.
  • Nat Turner's Rebellion

    Nat Turner's Rebellion
    On August 21 robbers traveled on a bunch plantations killing as many white people as they could with knives, axes, and hatchets. The rebellion ended with deaths of 57 white people, many of them were white chidren. The rebellion was overwhelmed by a large militia, reinforced by three companies of militia. By the time the rebellion had finally ended with at least 100 Black people were killed, including the rebels and many innocent Blacks who had nothing to do with the rebellion.
  • Compromise of 1850

    Compromise of 1850
    In the Compromise of 1850 the North got Califonia as a free state. The South let Mexico and Uath got to chose weather or not they wanted to have slavery or no slavery.
  • Kansas and Nebraska act

    Kansas and Nebraska act
    The Kansas and Nebraska act is that the Kansas territory would get to choose weather or not to permit slavery. The Nebraska territory also got to choose weather ot not to permit slavery.
  • John Brown Rebellion

    	John Brown Rebellion
    John Brown, his sons, and a small number of loyal supporters, launched an attack against the federal arsenal. The group easily took the town and the arsenal. Brown failed to launch any further attacks and took a defensive position within the area of the arsenal. Brown's group was surrounded by the militia and was hung and along with his sons being killed.
  • Elcection of 1860

    Elcection of 1860
    When Lincoln won the Election in 1860, lots of people thought it was the straw that broke the camel's back. The South had gotten convinced that they wouldn't get to be represented or chose to secede from the Union.