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A House Divided Causes Of The Civil War

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  • 1. “ A House Divided”: North v. South
  • 2. North v. South Causes of the Civil War “ A House Divided” NORTH SOUTH Slavery is BAD ! Want to fight it out?! Slavery is GOOD ! Let’s take this outside!
  • 3. Warm-Up 2/24
    • Come in, sit down QUIETLY and set-up!
    • Use p. 410 in the RED BOOK to answer these questions:
    • 1) Cotton was known as __________, because it ruled the __________ economy.
    • 2) What did the new machines Americans were inventing mean for the factories?
    • Write the questions AND answers!
  • 4. Warm-Up 2/24
    • 1) Cotton was known as “King Cotton,” because it ruled the South’s economy.
    • 2) What did the new machines Americans were inventing mean for the factories?
    • - The machines meant that factories could produce more goods, often more cheaply.
  • 5. “ A House Divided”: North v. South Objective: We will analyze the differences between the Northern and Southern states in the 1800s
  • 6. Warm-Up 2/25
    • Come in, sit down QUIETLY and set-up!
    • Use YOUR NOTEBOOK to answer these questions:
    • 1) Why was Benjamin Banneker important to Washington D.C.?
    • 2) What change happened in the Industrial Revolution?
    • Write the questions AND answers!
  • 7. Warm-Up 2/25
    • 1) Why was Benjamin Banneker important to Washington D.C.?
    • - He surveyed, or planned, the capital city
    • 2) What change happened in the Industrial Revolution?
    • - People used machines to make goods instead of making things by hand
  • 8. Verbal-Visual Vocabulary
    • Word
    Definition Sentence or Example Picture
  • 9. Industrial
    • Industrial
    Industrial means having an economy based on producing goods & services in factories & businesses Houston is an industrial city because it has many businesses.
  • 10. Agricultural
    • Agricultural
    (Write your own sentence using “agricultural”) Agricultural means having an economy based on farming
  • 11. Warm-Up 3/2
    • Come in, sit down QUIETLY and set-up!
    • Use p. 465 in the RED BOOK to answer these questions:
    • 1) What does tariff mean?
    • 2) The Northern states wanted _________ tariffs, but the Southern states wanted ____________ tariffs.
    • 3) Why do you think the North and South wanted different tariffs?
    • Write the questions AND answers!
  • 12. Warm-Up 3/2
    • 1) What does tariff mean?
    • - A tariff is a tax on imported goods (things that come INTO a country)
    • 2) The Northern states wanted HIGHER tariffs, but the Southern states wanted LOWER tariffs.
    • 3) Why do you think the North and South wanted different tariffs?
    • - The South wanted cheaper goods from Great Britain, but the North wanted to sell its manufactured goods at a high price.
  • 13. “ A House Divided”: North v. South Objective: We will analyze the differences between the Northern and Southern states in the 1800s
  • 14. North v. South Causes of the Civil War “ A House Divided” NORTH SOUTH Slavery is BAD ! Want to fight it out?! Slavery is GOOD ! Let’s take this outside!
  • 15. Draw your “Divided House” Causes of the Civil War “ A House Divided” NORTH SOUTH
  • 16. North & South
    • In the 1800s, the Northern states and the Southern states developed different economies and lifestyles
  • 17. North & South
    • They disagreed on the issue of slavery
    • This disagreement led to the American Civil War
  • 18. The Civil War: North v. South
    • To understand why the North and South disagreed about slavery, think about a “divided house”
  • 19. The Civil War: North v. South
  • 20. The Civil War: North v. South
    • The North and South were part of the same country (“house”), but they were fighting (“divided”) about slavery
  • 21. Draw your “Divided House” Causes of the Civil War “ A House Divided” NORTH SOUTH
  • 22. Causes of the Civil War: N v. S Causes of the Civil War “ A House Divided” NORTH SOUTH COLD INDUSTRIAL
    • big cities
    • factories & inventions
    • railroads & canals to move goods
    • immigrants from Ireland & Germany
    • “ free labor” = workers are paid
    • wanted higher tariffs (import tax)
    WARM AGRICULTURAL
    • farms & plantations
    • plantations depended on slave labor
    • slaves are forced to work without pay
    • farmers plant cash crops, like cotton , tobacco, rice, sugar & indigo
    • wanted lower tariffs
  • 23. Causes of the Civil War
    • Industrial North
    • Agricultural South
  • 24. North v. South Causes of the Civil War “ A House Divided” NORTH SOUTH Slavery is BAD ! Want to fight it out?! Slavery is GOOD ! Let’s take this outside!