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HISTORY 200 STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM #3 Abolitionists Abraham Lincoln Alexander Hamilton Andrew Jackson Antietam Appomattox Bear-flag Revolt Bleeding Kansas Border States California Gold Rush Charles Sumner Compromise of 1850 Confederacy Cotton Gin/ Eli Whitney Cotton Plantations Denmark Vesey’s Revolt Cell organization Dred Scott Decision Emancipation Proclamation Fort Sumter Frederick Douglass Free Blacks Fugitive Slave Law Gabriel’s Rebellion George McClellan Gettysburg Harper’s Ferry Harriet Beecher Stowe Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad William Still Industrialization Jefferson Davis John Brown John C. Calhoun John Wilkes Booth Joseph Smith Kansas-Nebraska Act Lecompton Constitution Manifest Destiny Mexican-American War Missouri Compromise Nat Turner’s Revolt Paternalism Pro-Slavery Christianity Railroad Boom Ralph Waldo Emerson Revivalism
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Unformatted text preview: Robert E. Lee Roger Taney Secession Sectionalism Seneca Falls Convention Sojourner Truth Stonewall Jackson Sutter’s Mill Temperance Movement Texas, California, and New Mexico Texan Revolution Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Union war goals Sam Houston Stephen and Moses Austin The Alamo James Polk Puget Sound, San Diego, and San Francisco Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Ulysses S. Grant Uncle Tom’s Cabin Underground Railroad “Universal” Suffrage Vicksburg Westward Expansion William Lloyd Garrison William Tecumseh Sherman Wilmot Proviso Southern Regionalism Upper South Lower South Cotton Lords Plantation Aristocracy Southern class paternalism Tidewater vs. Frontier Masters and Mistresses Slave Culture Slave Religions African Americans in the Civil War Confederacy problems Reconstruction 40 Acres and a Mule Black Codes Andrew Johnson Impeachment...
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