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  • Map 10.1 Settlement of the Trans-Missouri West, 1840s (p. 485)
  • Map 10.2 Major Indian Tribes in the American West in 1850 (p. 488) American Indians Face New Obstacles Impact of European Settlement 1760s Onward Growth of Internecine Rivalries 1840s
  • Map 10.3 The California Gold Rush (p. 491) The Gold Rush January 24, 1848 - American River - James Marshall 80,000 Settlers in 1849 Alone Persistence of Wage Labor Reading From Boardinghouse Keeper's Journal
  • Map 10.4 The Compromise of 1850 and the Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854 (p. 507) First ... The Compromise of 1850 Admitted California Into Union as Free State, But Accompanied by New Fugitive Slave Provisions 1st - Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Daniel Webster 2nd - William Seward, Jefferson Davis and Stephen A. Douglas Free Labor -- Desire to Keep Free African American Labor Out of the West, Not Belief in Racial Equality
  • Freedom or Death (p. 503) The Fugitive Slave Law Targeting the Underground Railroad  Harrriet Tubman Story of Margaret Garner (Inspiration for Toni Morrison's  Beloved ) Excerpt From Harriet Jacobs'  Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (1861) 1852 Uncle Tom's Cabin  by Harriet Beecher Stowe 
  • Unveiled (p. 506)
  • "Negro Dogs” (p. 515)
  • A Bold Stroke for Freedom (p. 505)
  • Police Conveying Sims to the Vessel (p. 482)
  • Returning again to the Map 10.4 The Compromise of 1850 and the Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854 (p. 507) Broken Covenant: The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 Jan 1854 - Stephen A. Douglas Creates Territories of Kansas and Nebraska  Popular Vote to Determine Slave vs. Free State, Violation of the Missouri Compromise! Passed with President Pierce's Support in May 1854
  • Southern Chivalry (p. 511) Bleeding Kansas By 1850s in Kansas Pro- and Anti-Slavery Factions at War John Brown Moves to Kansas Charles Sumner Caned in the Senate by Preston Brooks (Cousin of Andrew P. Butler)
  • John Brown (p. 510) Summer of 1856 - Pro-slavery forces attack settlers at Lawrence Kansas, John Brown Leads Counter-Attack at Pottawatomie Creek (Five Men Killed) Kansas Admitted as Free State in 1858 
  • The Great Meeting of Foreigners  in the Park (p. 518) Defending the Rights of Labor Class Solidarity or Gang Warfare? Scene from Gangs of New York  Race and Gender?  Rise of National Unions (1850s) hat finishers cigarmakers typesetters plumbers painters stonecutters shoemakers ironmolders Career of William Sylvis 1840s Prosperity Growing Supply of Ironmolders 1850s Experience with Journeymen Molders in Philadelphia Depression of Mid-1850s Formation of National Ironmolders Union (1859)
  • “ American Ladies Will Not Be Slaves” (p. 520) "An Empty Pocket's the Worst of Crimes": Supporting the Lynn Shoe Workers Pete Seeger's "Blind Fiddler" 1860 Lynn Massachusetts Shoe Workers' Strike  Largest in Nation's History(20,000 Strikers) Why Did They Launch Strike on George Washington's Birthday? Why Did They Put Their Struggle in the Context of Slavery?  Discussion of Hutchison Family's Song
  • Map 10.5 The Distribution of Slave Population, 1790–1860 (p. 522)
  • Map 10.5 The Distribution of Slave Population, 1790–1860 (p. 522)
  • Map 10.5 The Distribution of Slave Population, 1790–1860 (p. 522)
  • White Southerners Respond to Free Labor’s Claims: The Dred Scott Decision Wage Slavery Worse Than Chattel Slavery (George Fitzhugh) Slavery and Filibustering in Central America -- The Case of William Walker in Nicaragua (1855) 1857 Dred Scott Decision - Supreme Court Ruled That Going to a Free State Did Not Make a Slave Free, Besides A Slave Could Not Petition the Court!  What Impact Did This Have in the North?  In the South?
  • The Arraignment (p. 524) The Raid on Harpers Ferry October 16, 1859 at Harper's Ferry Arsenal, Virginia John Brown's Utopian Vision Month of November 1859 - John Brown Awaiting Execution ... December 1859 - African American Ball A House Divided Election of 1860 Democrats Divided New Republican Party United Lincoln Elected Without a Single Southern  Electoral Vote!  When War Comes, Union Soldiers March Into Battle Singing John Brown's Body

Transcript

  • 1. The Settlement of the West and The Conflict Over Slave Labor 1848–1860
  • 2. HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures on YouTube Click Here for the Wk 11 Mini-Lecture Playlist
  • 3. The Transformation of the West
  • 4. Work and Race
  • 5. Pioneer Women’s Work and Rights
  • 6. Uneasy Compromises over Slavery
  • 7. Introducing This Week's Guest Lecturer: Prof. David Blight Civil War and Reconstruction Course Yale University
  • 8. 1. Introductions: Why Does the Civil War Era Have a Hold on American Historical
  • 9. 2. Southern Society: Slavery, King Cotton, and Antebellum America's "Peculiar" Region
  • 10. 3. A Southern World View: The Old South and Proslavery Ideology
  • 11. 4. A Northern World View: Yankee Society, Antislavery Ideology and the Abolition Movement
  • 12. 5. Telling a Free Story: Fugitive Slaves and the Underground Railroad in Myth and Reality
  • 13. 6. Expansion and Slavery: Legacies of the Mexican War and the Compromise of 1850
  • 14. Lois Horton on the Fugitive Slave Act
  • 15. Birth of the Republican Party
  • 16. Back to This Week's Guest Lecturer: Prof. David Blight Civil War and Reconstruction Course Yale University
  • 17. 7. "A Hell of a Storm": The Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Birth of the Republican Party, 1854-55
  • 18. The Labor Question in a Time of Rising Tension: Toward a Sectional Showdown
  • 19. 8. Dred Scott, Bleeding Kansas, and the Impending Crisis of the Union, 1855-58
  • 20. Now ... This Week's Guest Lecturer: Prof. David Blight Civil War and Reconstruction Course Yale University
  • 21. 9. John Brown's Holy War: Terrorist or Heroic Revolutionary?