pre cilvil war

  • Slavery

    It led to the disruption of the union. Thsi led to the war becasue the Northern states wanted to preserve the union, and the South state wanted to establish independence as confederation states with a there own constitution. The south states had the salve working on large plantation and performing other duties. The north state slowly started to band slavery.
  • The Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad
    This is were abolitionits helped runaway slaves get to the north. If slaves were cought they would be tooken back and beaten by abolitionist mobs. One of the people who was the most active was Harriet Tubman.
  • The Missouri Copromise

    The Missouri Copromise
    This is were the abolitionists fought to have slavery illegal in some territories. The fear of the institution of slavery would prohibited in any states. They were a feared of the political power slaveholfing states would be diminished and slarery being outlawed in the united states.
  • Abolitionist Movement

    Abolitionist Movement
    the institution ablished within the united states were beoming strident and influential. They claimed obedience to high law to Constutution guarantee that fugitive from one state considered a fugitive in all states.
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin
    This was a anti-slavery novel the was put in the newpapers and into book format in 1852. This book depicting the evils of slavery, and it showed a vision of slavery that few nation have seen before.
  • John Brown

    John Brown
    He was a abolitionist and particular of being famous or not famous depending of your view. For the battles that caused the deaths of pro slavery in kansas. he left kansas to fight closer to end slavery
  • The Dred Scott Decision

    The Dred Scott Decision
    Dred Scott was a slave who thought citinzenship through the american legal system. His case about this ended up in the Supreme Court. His decision denied stating that no person with African blood could be a U.S. citizen. This desion was overturned by the Missouri Compromise, witch restricted slavery in certain U.S. territories
  • The election of Abraham Lincoln

    The election of Abraham Lincoln
    Abraham lincoln was a part of the republican party who opposed slavery. The south people feared that the republicans would end slavery reached a new peak.He was to end savlery but not interfere with it were it existed.
  • States Rights

    States Rights
    It was the struggle between federal and individual states over political power. This stuggle focused the institution of slavery and whether the federal had the right to regulate or abolish it within states.
  • Fort Sumter

    Fort Sumter
    knowing that the resupplies were coming from the north provisional confederate forces in charleston demanded the fort's Surrender. The fort's commander refused too. April 12 the Confederates opened fire with cannons and that following day the fort surrenedered