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Chapter 19 1. Describe the effect of Uncle Tom’s Cabin . Helped thousands of northerners join the cause of protecting blacks. They help refuse the fugitive slave act. Also helped with French and England not to side with the South. 2. Describe the “bleeding Kansas” story using the following SD: New England Emigrant Aid Company; “Nebrascals”; popular sovereignty; “border ruffians”; Free-soil government in Topeka, 1855; Lawrence, 1856; John Brown; Lecompton Constitution; Stephen Douglas and James Buchanan; Charles Sumner and Preston Brooks. Pottawatomie Creek.: Led by abolitionist John Brown, five proslavery sites were hacked to pieces. Leads to massive retaliation in Kansas. Lecompton Constitution: Kansas could vote for constitution with or without slavery, Free-soilers refuse to vote, President Buchanan supports constitution. If you voted the constitution without slavery, any slaves in Kansas could stay as being slaves. Brooks and Sumner: Charles Sumner was a leading abolitionist. Upset with the conflict in Kansas. Badmouths south carolina and senator, Andrew Butler. Congressman Preston S. Brooks (SC) resented attacks on state and
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  • Fall '15
  • ANDREW KOUGL
  • Abraham Lincoln, Slavery in the United States, American Civil War, President Buchanan

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