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Kansas Nebraska Act and Bleeding Kansas Lecture Outline 1. “Compromise of 1850” in Perspective North’s Reaction South’s Reaction 2. The 1852 Campaign The Issue of “Finality The Campaign Pierce’s Triumph and Tragedy 3. Origins of the Kansas Nebraska Act Railroad Building Douglas and the Democracy The Kansas Nebraska Act Public Reaction 4. Bleeding Kansas Implications of Popular Sovereignty Kansas Civil War 5. The Caning of Sumner 6. A Nation Divided
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The “Compromise of 1850” 1. The Terms 2. Counting Heads 3. The North’s Reaction 4. The South’s Reaction 5. When is a Compromise not a Compromise?
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The 1852 Campaign 1. The Issue of the Finality of the “Compromise of 1850” 2. The Whigs go to the well one more time: “Old Fuss and Feathers” 3. The Amiable Mr. Pierce
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Pierce’s Triumph
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Pierce’s Tragedy
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Unformatted text preview: Origins of the Kansas Nebraska Act (1854) 1. Stephen Douglas and the Transcontinental Railroad 2. Douglas and the Divided Democracy 3. Douglas and the Kansas Nebraska Act Popular Sovereignty Repeal of the Missouri Compromise Line Public Reaction Bleeding Kansas 1. The Practical Issue of Popular Sovereignty New England Emigrant Aid Society 2. Territorial Elections (1855): Electoral Chaos 3. The Creation of a Shadow Government 4. Sack of Lawrence 5. John Browns Revenge: Pottawatomie Massacre: May 1856 6. Kansas Civil Wars The Caning of Charles Sumner 1. Sumner and the Crime against Kansas Speech May 1856 2. Preston Brooks and Southern Honor 3. The Caning of Charles Sumner 4. Congress and the Public React A Nation Divided...
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