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ch_19_outline_apush - Chapter 19 Drifting Toward Disunion...

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Chapter 19 Drifting Toward Disunion APUSH Kansas-Nebraska Act 0. 1854 1. The Nebraska Territory would be divided into Kansas territory and Nebraska territory with each one being decided by ___________________. 2. Since both of these territories were located north of the _________ line, Southerners had little incentive to support this bill so Senator Douglas included in the act that the Missouri Compromise be repealed. 3. This is supported by the ________ (saw it as a chance to get one more state in Kansas). 4. This was opposed by the ____________ 5. Results of Kansas-Nebraska Act 0. 1. Splits the _________________ 1. 2. Strain of the Kansas-Nebraska Act destroys the Whig Party. 2. 3. The ____________________ will be organized in response to this act. “Bleeding Kansas” 6. After the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, attention swung to Kansas. 7. Stephen Douglas expected the slavery issue in the territory to be settled peacefully. 8. All agreed Nebraska would be a __________ state but Kansas soon exposed the potential for controversy in popular sovereignty. 9. ____________________________ supporters rushed into settle Kansas to affect the outcome of the election which would determine whether Kansas would be a free or slave state. 10. Anti-slavery groups 3. The first and best known was the ________________________________. 4. This group paid for transportation for __________________ settlers to Kansas. 5. During the 1855-1856 year, it sent around 1250 colonists to Kansas. 6. However, they were soon in the business of ________________. 11. Anti-slavery groups - 7. Rev. Henryward Beecher was soon identified with this. 0. “___________________” – rifles sent by his congregation to Kansas 12. Pro-slavery groups 8. Slave holders form the neighboring state of Missouri also set up homesteads in Kansas chiefly as a means of ________________________________ of the south of Kansas. 13. Fighting soon broke out between the proslavery and the anti-slavery groups and the territory becomes known as “______________________.” 14. This term is coined by _____________________ Fraudulent Election
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15. When the first election took place in Kansas, several thousand proslavery Missourians nicknamed ____________________ by their enemies crossed the border to vote on the issue of allowing slavery in Kansas. 0. ___________________ carried the election but were charged with fraud by the anti-slavery settlers. 1. By March 1856, Kansas had two rival governments established: 0. 1. the Free State settlers refused to accept the results of the election and created their own Free State government and legislature in ____________. 1. 2. The Pro-slavery settlers set up a slave state government and legislature in _________. 16. Sack of Lawrence 9. May 1856 10. Proslavery mob of 800 men entered the _______________ town of Lawrence in the territory of Kansas. 11. They destroyed the newspaper presses and set fire to the governor’s private home. 12. Only one death occurred, however, news spread of fiery abolitionist, ______________. 17. Pottawatomie Massacre 13. 1856 14. 2 days after the Sack of Lawrence, John Brown, his 4 sons and 3 other men head for _________________ (a proslavery settlement). 15. As an act of revenge for the Sack of Lawrence, they drag men out from their homes and cut off their hands with ______________ and kill them in front of their families.
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