Missouri
Compromise
1820
Compromise
of 1850
Kansas
Nebraska
Act 1854
KANSAS NEBRASKA ACT
 Introduced by Stephen
Douglas
 Method of resolving the
Kansas Nebraska territory
issue
 Repeal Mis...
POPULATE, SETTLE ANDVOTE
 Pro-Slavery and
abolitionists race to settle
Kansas
 Settlers to vote on slavery
(popular sove...
CANING OF SUMNER
 Charles Sumner (Mass)
speaks on “The Crime Against
Kansas”
 Verbally condemns south,
slavery and some ...
Slavery/
Immigration
Democrats
Know
Nothing
Free SoilWhigs
Republican
Dred Scott
Decision
• 1857
Lincoln-
Douglas
Debates
• 1858
Harpers
Ferry
• 1859
Lincoln
Election
• 1860
 South Carolina: December 20, 1860
 Mississippi, Alabama,Georgia, LA,Texas
 1861 Confederate States of America
 Jeffer...
STRENGTH
People/Population
Production/Factories
Railway System
STRATEGY
Blockade
Ports
Take
Mississippi
Must
Conquer
toWin...
STRENGTH
Cotton
Generals/ WarTrained
Motivated Soldiers
STRATEGY
 Stay in the field
 Don’t let them take the
South
 Def...
BULL RUN
 Also called Battle of
Manassas (by South)
 First Battle of the war
 Union crosses Bull Run to
begin march tow...
 Judith Carter Henry
 85 years old
 Refused to leave her
house
 Ulysses S. Grant
 Feb. 1862
 Fort Henry (Tennessee
River)
 Fort Donelson
( Cumberland River)
 Shiloh/25000 killed,
w...
 September 17, 1862
 Stroke of Luck
 Found Lee’s orders
wrapped around cigars
 Armies were divided
 26,000 casualties...
 Lincoln
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  1. 1. Missouri Compromise 1820 Compromise of 1850 Kansas Nebraska Act 1854
  2. 2. KANSAS NEBRASKA ACT  Introduced by Stephen Douglas  Method of resolving the Kansas Nebraska territory issue  Repeal Missouri Compromise and Introduce popular sovereignty (For both Kansas & Nebraska)  Becomes law in 1854 STEPHEN DOUGLAS
  3. 3. POPULATE, SETTLE ANDVOTE  Pro-Slavery and abolitionists race to settle Kansas  Settlers to vote on slavery (popular sovereignty)  Pro-slavery people from Missouri cross border to vote (fraud)  Pro slavery government established in Lecompton RESULT OF ELECTION  Abolitionists furious over events  Establish government in Topeka (1855)  Conflict between the escalates  “Bloody Kansas” is termed
  4. 4. CANING OF SUMNER  Charles Sumner (Mass) speaks on “The Crime Against Kansas”  Verbally condemns south, slavery and some southern senators  Congressman Brooks strikes Sumner in the head (repeatedly) on the chamber floor  Sumner suffered brain damage BROOKSATTACK ON SUMNER
  5. 5. Slavery/ Immigration Democrats Know Nothing Free SoilWhigs Republican
  6. 6. Dred Scott Decision • 1857 Lincoln- Douglas Debates • 1858 Harpers Ferry • 1859 Lincoln Election • 1860
  7. 7.  South Carolina: December 20, 1860  Mississippi, Alabama,Georgia, LA,Texas  1861 Confederate States of America  Jefferson Davis; Mississippi
  8. 8. STRENGTH People/Population Production/Factories Railway System STRATEGY Blockade Ports Take Mississippi Must Conquer toWing Take Richmond
  9. 9. STRENGTH Cotton Generals/ WarTrained Motivated Soldiers STRATEGY  Stay in the field  Don’t let them take the South  Defensive
  10. 10. BULL RUN  Also called Battle of Manassas (by South)  First Battle of the war  Union crosses Bull Run to begin march toward Richmond  Confederate Army stands firm/ Stonewall Jackson  ConfederateWin  Some thought war was over and went home
  11. 11.  Judith Carter Henry  85 years old  Refused to leave her house
  12. 12.  Ulysses S. Grant  Feb. 1862  Fort Henry (Tennessee River)  Fort Donelson ( Cumberland River)  Shiloh/25000 killed, wounded, captured  Farragut  Seizes New Orleans (April 1862)  Damn the torpedoes, Full speed ahead
  13. 13.  September 17, 1862  Stroke of Luck  Found Lee’s orders wrapped around cigars  Armies were divided  26,000 casualties  McClellan does not pursue the Confederate Army into Virginia
  14. 14.  Lincoln

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