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History 2055Study Guide for Final Examp.479—2 bonus identify Distinctions between Northern Southern Societies—Illusions and Realities: Eli WhitneyPaternalismFree BlacksEffects of Industrial Revolution on PaternalismNorthern SocietySlave CodesRealities of SlaverySlave LaborSlave TradeSlave Health CareSlave ReligionSlave RecreationSlave SocietySlave punishments/rewardsSlave resistanceWilmot ProvisoTexas RevolutionManifest DestinyMexican WarSam HoustonAnti-War protestsJames K. PolkWilmot ProvisoSanta AnnaCrisis and Compromise of 1850Zachary TaylorFugitive Slave LawJohn BrownBreakdown of PartiesKnow Nothing PartyKansas-Nebraska ActAbraham LincolnDred Scott DecisionStephen DouglasLincoln-Douglas DebatesJames BuchananJohn Brown's RaidRoger B. TaneyClay, Webster, and Calhoun
Millard FillmoreJames BuchananFree Soil PartyLecompton ConstitutionPopular sovereigntyHarriet Beecher StoweUncle Tom's CabinRepublican PartyElection of 1860Abraham LincolnSecession CrisisWilliam SewardConfederate ConstitutionStephen DouglasFort SumterJefferson DavisResources on both sidesGeorge McClellanEmancipation ProclamationRobert E. LeeGettysburgUlysses S. GrantAppomattoxCopperheadsLincoln's assassinationWilliam T. Sherman"Stonewall" JacksonDavid FarragutAntietamQuestions from last third of the course1.Discuss fully the arguments white southerners used to justify the institution of slavery. What is the significance of the proslavery argument to later U.S. History?

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