The Coming of Civil War

The Coming of Civil War - The Coming of Civil War A. Causes...

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The Coming of Civil War A. Causes of the Civil War 1. Long-Term Causes 1.a.Problem of Power 1.b. Problem of slavery 1.c.Problems of Sections 1.d. Problem of Perception 2. Short-Term Causes 2.a.Decade of the 1850s (2.a.1) Compromise of 1850 (2.a.2) Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1852 (2.a.3) Burns Affair, 1854 (2.a.4) Kansas-Nebraska, 1854 (2.a.5) Bleeding Kansas, 1854-56 (2.a.6) Emergence of the Republican Party, 1854 (2.a.7) Brooks-Sumner Affair, 1854 (2.a.8) Dred Scott Decision, 1857 (2.a.9) Lincoln-Douglas Debates, 1858 (2.a.10) John Brown’s Raid on Harper’s Ferry, 1859 3. Triggers 3.a.Election of 1860 3.b. Fort Sumter, April 1861 B. Election of 1860 1. Democratic Convention, Charleston, SC 1.a.Stephen Douglas 2. Southern Democrats 2.a.John Breckenridge of Kentucky 3. Constitutional Union Party 3.a.John Bell of Tennessee 4. Republican Convention, Chicago 4.a.William Seward 4.b. Abraham Lincoln 4.c.Republican platform C. Secession Winter 1. Order of Secession 1.a.South Carolina, 20 December 1860
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course AMH AMH2010 taught by Professor Pietrzak during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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