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July 5 - California gold rush (1848) Southern Defense of...

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July 5, 2007 Era of Civil War Anti-slavery (free states) Abolitionists (End Slavery) Daniel Webster (rights of the North) – Pro Slavery John c. Calhoun – (secessionists) Compromises Henry Clay William Lloyd Garrison The Liberator, Jan 1, 1831 (Nat Turner Revolt) Wanted to punish or not compensate slave owners Some Christians believed in perfectionism – abolitionists were chrsitians Daniel Webster – equal footing and slavery moving westward John C. Calhoun – for the rights of the Southern States Henry Clay – Great compromiser Slave Expansion time Line The Missouri Compromise – 36, 30 parallel Wilmot’s Proviso (1846) – Mexican war
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Unformatted text preview: California gold rush (1848) Southern Defense of slavery Historical Biblical Civilizing King Cotton Anti-industry The Will of God Clays Compromise of 1850 California as a free state Slave selling in Washington D.C. abolished Fugitive Slave laws Kansas Nebraska Act Missouri bleeding Kansas Stephen Douglas transcontinental railroad Road to Civil War Eli Whitney (1793) William Lloyd Garrison Nat Tuner (1831) David Wilmot (1846) Dred Scott Case (1856-1857) John Brown (1856-1859) Preston Brooks (1856)...
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