Civil war soldiers

Path to the Civil War

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    Underground Railroad

    More INFOA network of peple that helped runaway slaves escape to the North and to Canada
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    Mexican American War

    For a simple animated versionA United States Victory ultimitley gaining all sorts of new land and earing more respect from other countries. Ended with the Treaty Of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  • Wilmot Proviso

    Wilmot Proviso
    InfoA prepostion to ban slavery in all areas gained by Mexico.
  • Fugitive Slave Act

    Fugitive Slave Act
    The actual act/lawThe Law stated that a slveholder/catcher had only to point out alleged runaways to have them taken into custody.
    The accused had no right to testify on their own behalf
  • Compromise of 1850

    Compromise of 1850
    Timeline of the compromiseA package of five bills passed that ended the four-year confrontation of the slave states and free states that were gained after the Mexican-American War.
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Uncle Tom's Cabin
    Infoit was a book writen for the promotion of equility and promise of freedom between ALL men in America. Author:Harriet Beecher Stowe.
  • Kansas-Nebraska Act

    Kansas-Nebraska Act
    InfoAn act that allowed the territories to decide on their own if they wanted to have slavery in their own boundries.
  • Ostend Manifesto

    Ostend Manifesto
    InfoA document explaining that we should buy Cuba and if Spain disagrees we should declare war
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    Bleeding Kansas

    InfoA time of violence in Kansas. The fights were trying to come to if Kansas should have slaves or not.
  • Canning of Charles Sumner

    Canning of Charles Sumner
    For more information on CHarles SumnerAfter blaming a Senator for the death of his abolitionist friends. Sumner was attcked by the Senator's cousin, Preston Brooks, with a cane severly injurying him
  • Dred Scott Decesion

    Dred Scott Decesion
    InfoA decesion made by the Supreme Court stateing that a slave or slave descendant can become a citizen. The South agreed and The North was disgusted.