Events Leading to the Civil War

  • Wilmat Proviso

    Wilmat Proviso
    Congress tried to stop the spread of slavery.As the outcome it fell, but the south was conserned
  • Compromise of !850

    Compromise of !850
    Henry Clay believed compromise was necessary in order to save the Union.Both south and north liked the compromise.North likedit ecause California was a free state and the slave trade was abolish but slavery was not.The south liked it because Texas gave her boundary claim the rio grande river in return assummption of her 10,000,000 dept in the days of Texas republic.They also liked because a strong fugutive slave act law was passed to ensure the return of there run away slave.
  • Uncle Tom Cabin

    Uncle Tom Cabin
    The Author of uncle tom cabin was Harriet Beecher.The was written to end slavery.
  • Kansas nebraska Act

    Kansas nebraska Act
    The Kansas Nebraska act law allowed the kansas and nebraska terrritories to vote for themselves to be a free or slave state.Both slave and anti slave began to move in the territory.The effect was that more people moved in.
  • Bleeding Kansas

    Bleeding Kansas
    1856 Popular Soverenty caused a small scale civil war in kansas which lasted 4 months and caused 200 deaths.
  • Dred Scott decision

    Dred Scott decision
    Derd Scott was a missorie slave that sued his freedom after brifely livind with the owner on free soil in the north. Ruling of the judges. The Judgement made the south happy and upset the north
  • Lincoln Dougless Debate

    Lincoln Dougless Debate
    Lincoln and Doughless were running for senitor in Illinoies in 1858. We call their debates Lincoln position. Lincoln said that slavery was wrong but yet legal.Doughless won election for senitor.
  • Harpers Ferry

    Harpers Ferry
    This event happen in Virgina and 4 people where killed in this event.Jhon Brown led this event.
  • Election of 1860

    Election of 1860
    People voted for what ever side of the country favored and Lincoln promise that he would not allow slavery.
  • Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter
    The First battle between the north and the south of the Civil War was fouth at Fort Sumter. The south attacked first.