Road To the Civil WarTimelineObjective:Read Chapter 8 Lesson 1,2,3 to identify events below and to analyze each event to determine the buzzword’s connection to America’s path to the Civil War in order to create a Road to Civil War electronic/digital timeline and to draft a claim statement assesses the path America civil war.Directions: Part I. Work with a partner to research the Road to Civil War buzzwords. Your research must include defining and analyzing (breaking down each buzzword); then evaluate the connection of the buzzword on America’s Path to the Civil War. [Note: You do not have to necessarily prove that each buzzword led to the next; some may have that relationship and you should point that out. However, you must point the positive or negative relationship of each (i.e., was the buzzword instrumental in pushing the nation towards civil war, was the impact of the buzzword neutral; or did it stop or slow down the nation’s path to civil war), you should point out thematic explantion]. Part II. Continue working with your partner to create a visual timeline that includes illustrations of your buzzword; and brief detailed summary of your buzzword that defines and explains connection the nation’s path to civil war. See rubric below.Part III. Collaborate with your partner to draft a generalization statement that assessesAmerica’s path to the Civil WarEventDefine and AnalyzeSignificance(explain in terms of political, social, economic, geographical impact) Note not all are applicableThe Underground RailroadThe Underground Railroadwas a network of secret routesand safe houses established in the United States during the early-to-mid 19th century, and used by African American slaves to escape into free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists and allies who were sympathetic to their cause.The Wilmot Provisowas designed to eliminate slavery within the land acquired as a result of the Mexican War (1846-48). Soon after the war began, President James K. Polk sought the appropriation of $2 million as part of a bill How is this relevant/connected to beginning of Civil War?