17.+Expansion+and+Sectionalism

17.+Expansion+and+Sectionalism - Expansion &...

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Unformatted text preview: Expansion & Sectionalism Expansion Party Realignment Liberty Party to Free Soil Party Popular Sovereignty & Election of 1848 Compromise of 1850 California Statehood; Fugitive Slave Law Underground Rail Road and Rescues of Fugitive Slaves Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Uncle Bleeding Kansas & Rise of Republican Party Sack of Lawrence; Pottowatamie Massacre American Party (nativists) opposes immigration Dred Scott Decision (1857) & John Brown’s Raid on Dred Harper’s Ferry (1859) Election of Abraham Lincoln, 1860 & Secession Election Party Realignment Party 1844: Democrats, Whigs, Liberty Party 1848: Democrats, Whigs, Free Soil Party (Free Soil gains antislavery Dems, Whigs) 1852: Democrats, Whigs, Free Soil Party (Dems win, but Whigs split and collapse) 1854 Congressional Elections: Republican 1854 Party emerges from former Whigs and Free Soil Party, wins 100 Seats Free U.S. Territorial Map, 1850 U.S. Zachary Taylor, Whig Campaign Poster, 1848 Poster, California Riches, 1849 California Compromise of 1850 Compromise California Admitted as Free State Division of Southwest into 2 Territories; Division status to be decided by Popular Sov’gnty status Texas-New Mexico Border Dispute Texas-New decided in favor of NM; Texas war debts paid by federal government paid Slave TRADE ended in Washington DC New Fugitive Slave Law enacted Compromise of 1850 Compromise Compromise of 1850 passed on provision at a time provision California Admitted as Free State Division of Southwest into 2 Territories; Division status to be decided by Popular Sov’gnty status Texas-New Mexico Border Dispute Texas-New decided in favor of NM; Texas war debts paid by federal government paid Slave TRADE ended in Washington DC New Fugitive Slave Law enacted Resistance to Fugitive Slave Law, Resistance Quakers aiding Fugitives on URR Rail Road Conductors, the Coffins Rail Underground Railroad Underground Jerry Rescue Monument, Syracuse, NY Syracuse, Election of 1852 Election Franklin Pierce, Dem 50.8% Winfield Scott, Whig 44.2% John Hale, Free Soil 5.0% 69.6% of eligible voters participate U.S. Territorial Map, 1850 U.S. Anthony Burns Escorted to Ship Anthony Bleeding Kansas Bleeding The Sack of Lawrence, 1856 Free Staters in Topeka, Kansas Free Election of 1856 Election James Buchanan, Dem 45.3% John C. Fremont, Repub 33.1% Millard Fillmore, American (Anti-Immig & Anti-Catholic) 21.6% 78.9% of eligible voters participate The Dred Scott Decision, 1857 The Abolitionist John Brown Capture of John Brown at Harper’s Ferry Arsenal, Virginia Ferry Lincoln’s Election: 1860 Lincoln’s ...
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