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THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR 1861-1865 This Powerpoint is hosted on www.worldofteaching.com Please visit for 100’s more free powerpoints
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Before we begin. . . Have your atlas ready. What is a civil war?
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The Civil War: Union vs  Confederacy
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Confederate        Union
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CAUSE #1?  Election of Lincoln Southern States felt  they were bullied by  the North when he  was elected
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    1860 Election Results
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Cause #2  States’ Rights  regarding taxation  and slavery
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Nullification Crisis Nullify  means to ignore In 1832, South Carolina said they  could “nullify” federal law by simply  ignoring it. President Jackson threatened to  send federal troops – SC chilled,  for now.
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Cause 3:Abolitionism
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Abolitionists Frederick Douglas was the editor of an  abolitionist newspaper.
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On a side note. . . Are they related?
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Harriet Tubman               Helped slaves escape via the  Underground Railroad.
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John Brown He and his sons  brutally  murdered 5  slave masters in  Kansas. (1858) Tried to incite a  slave revolt
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Cause 4:  slavery
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    Compromise of 1850
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