Secession and War-11/27/06

Secession and War-11/27/06 - Secession and War I. Causes A....

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Secession and War I. Causes Key Terms A. Election of 1860 Election of 1860 B. Reaction to Lincoln’s Election South Carolina II. Secession Fort Sumter A. Calls for secession Bull Run/Manassas B. Issues with secession III. War-First Battles A. Fort Sumter B. Hostilities C. Advantages D. Strategies I. A. Democrats -In the North=Stephen Douglas -In the South=John C. Breckenridge Republicans=Abraham Lincoln Constitutional Union=John Bell-fighting to preserve the union B. Republican platform-opposed the expansion of slavery in territories Southern distrust-slavery was under attack Proslavery advocates and state conventions-talked about whether or not secession Senator John J. Crittenden proposed a compromise -Missouri Compromise to the Pacific Coast -Lincoln’s Party refused to budge -Compromise failed II. A. December 20, 1860, South Carolina passed an ordinance of secession Issue of secession-crisis of the union begins Secession strategy-work state by state to get each southern state to call for a convention and decide to secede February 1861 seven states create Confederate States of America
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HIST 1115 taught by Professor Rvshelton during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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