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    The Civil War Chapter 9
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Differences between northern and southern states: __________  economy industrial free _________ _ economy agricultural “_____ states” “_____ states” slave
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What were the people who  wanted to end slavery called?
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Who led a  revolt against  plantation  owners in  Virginia?
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Who established a secret  route to the North used by  escaped slaves? This route was known as  the “______________  _____________.” Underground  Railroad
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Who led a raid on the United  States Armory at Harpers  Ferry? He was trying to start a  ______ rebellion. slave
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After Abraham Lincoln became  President of the United States  in 1860, some southern states  ____________. seceded What country did  these southern  states, including  Virginia, form?
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The eastern counties of  Virginia relied on slavery but  the western counties favored  abolition of slavery.  What  state did the western  counties of Virginia form?
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What Virginia city was  named the capital of the  Confederacy?
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