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Fugitive Slave Act 1850 Harriet Beecher Stowe Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1852 Tom, Liza, Simon Legree The “Peculiar Institution” Aunt Sally’s Cabin George Fithugh Sociology for the South 1854 Cannibals All! (1857) Harriet Tubman Sojourner Truth Frederick Douglass Filibustering President Pierce (1853-1857). No other president has managed to get drunk and run over a woman on a horse. William Walker and Sec. of War Jefferson Davis Gadsen Purchas 1853 Sen. Stephen A. Douglas Popular Soveriegnty Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854 Death of Whigs Splintering of Democrtas 1854 – Republican Party Kansas 1855:6,000 voters; 1500 legal voters Border ruffians “sacking” of Lawrence 1856. Sacked by pro-slavery people
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Unformatted text preview: Sen Charles Sumner and Brown hearing about beating of abolitionist senator Potawatomi Creek Massacre. Goes crazy crazy, like pizza pizza and goes old testament Pierce and Buchana – Lame-o presidents. Buchanan worst president we’ve ever had Chief Justice Roger B. Taney Dred Scott Decision 1857 Sen Charles Sumner – MA “Conscience Whig” “The Crime Against Kansas” May 1856 Sen. Andrew Butler, D-SC Ad hominem attack Rep. Preston Brooks, D-SC Bleeding Sumner and Bleeding Kansas. Southerns acted as if Dale Earnhardt had come back from the grave. A. Lincoln “a house divided” B. Lincoln-Douglas debates Race-baiting Freeport doctrine...
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