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    Cause-Event-Effect Cause-Event-Effect Presentation Transcript

    • Slavery Divides the Nation
    • I. Cotton Gin
      • Cause
      • Eli Whitney hopes to end slavery by inventing a machine that cleans cotton.
      • Effect
      • Demand for cotton increases.
      • Cotton production increases.
      • Slavery increases.
      • Sectional Tensions!
    • II. Mexican Session
      • Cause
      • Defeat of Mexico provides the U.S.A. with new territories in the West.
      • Effect
      • Questions about slavery in the territories arise. (Comp. Of 1850)
      • North says no!
      • South demands it!
      • Sectional Tension deepens!
    • III. Missouri Compromise
      • Cause
      • Missouri seeks admittance to the Union.
      • Effect
      • Kept power in the Senate equal between slave and free states.
      • Slavery prohibited north of Miss. Comp. Line
      • Sectional Tensions!
    • IV. Compromise of 1850
      • Cause
      • California seeks admittance to the Union.
      • Effect
      • Allowed slavery north of 36 th parallel. NORTH ANGRY!
      • Passed a stricter fugitive slave law.
      • Sectional Tensions!
    • V. Uncle Tom’s Cabin
      • Cause
      • Abolitionists oppose slavery.
      • Effect
      • Enraged and disgusted northerners.
      • Angered Southerners
      • Deepened sectional tensions.
    • VI. Kansas – Nebraska Act
      • Cause
      • Southerners hope to see slavery in the new territories.
      • Missouri Compromise repealed.
      • Effect
      • Slavery in the territories left to residents (popular sovereignty).
      • Violence breaks out in Kansas between the pro-slavery & anti-slavery factions.
      • Sectional Tensions!
    • VII. Dred Scott Decision
      • Cause
      • Scott wanted to be free.
      • Racism associated with Slavery.
      • Effect
      • Decision declared slaves did not have rights of citizens; Slaves = property.
      • Slavery is allowed in the territories.
      • Sectional tensions intensify.
    • IX. Lincoln-Douglass Debates
      • Cause
      • 1858 Senatorial Campaign.
      • Both are from mid-west; have a concern over slavery in the territories.
      • Effect
      • Douglass loses support of South.
      • Lincoln’s political views are put on display.
    • X. John Brown’s Raid
      • Cause
      • More people in the north and west oppose slavery.
      • Brown is an abolitionist
      • Effect
      • John Brown is hung for treason.
      • The North makes a hero out of him.
      • The South sees him as a villain.
      • Sectional Tensions!
    • John Brown, John Brown….
    • Harper’s Ferry, Virginia
    • XI. Election of 1860
      • Cause
      • Buchanan (PA) does not seek reelection.
      • Issue of Slavery has divided our nation.
      • Effect
      • Lincoln Wins.
      • Southern States secede – feared losing slavery.
      • North prepares for war.
      • Sets stage for Ft. Sumter.
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    • XII. Southern Secession
      • Cause
      • Election of 1860.
      • Lincoln & North’s view of slavery.
      • Effect
      • North would go to war to preserve the Union.
      • South would fight to stay out of the Union.
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    • XIII. Fort Sumter
      • Cause
      • Southern Secession
      • Sectional Controversy
      • Effect
      • First shots fired in the American Civil War.
      • Confederates claim an early victory over the Union.
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    • VIII. Sectional Controversy
      • Cause
      • Political, economic and social differences
      • EVERYTHING ELSE!!
      • Effect
      • Civil War!