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Chapter 19—Drifting Toward Disunion, 1854-1861 SHORT ANSWER Identify and state the historical significance of the following: 1. Harriet Beecher Stowe ANS: Student answers will vary. 2. Hinton R. Helper ANS: Student answers will vary. 3. John Brown ANS: Student answers will vary. 4. James Buchanan ANS: Student answers will vary. 5. Charles Sumner ANS: Student answers will vary. 6. John C. Fremont ANS: Student answers will vary. 7. Dred Scott ANS: Student answers will vary. 8. Roger Taney ANS: Student answers will vary.
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9. John C. Breckenridge ANS: Student answers will vary. 10. Abraham Lincoln ANS: Student answers will vary. 11. Jefferson Davis ANS: Student answers will vary. 12. John Crittenden ANS: Student answers will vary. Define and state the historical significance of the following: 13. self-determination ANS: Student answers will vary. 14. southern nationalism ANS: Student answers will vary. Describe and state the historical significance of the following: 15. Uncle Tom's Cabin ANS: Student answers will vary. 16. The Impending Crisis of the South ANS: Student answers will vary.
17. New England Immigrant Aid Society ANS: Student answers will vary. 18. Pottawatomie Creek massacre ANS: Student answers will vary. 19. Lecompton Constitution ANS: Student answers will vary. 20. "Bleeding Kansas" ANS: Student answers will vary. 21. American or Know-Nothing party ANS: Student answers will vary. 22. Dred Scott decision ANS: Student answers will vary. 23. panic of 1857 ANS: Student answers will vary. 24. Lincoln-Douglas debates ANS: Student answers will vary. 25. Freeport Doctrine ANS: Student answers will vary.
26. Harpers Ferry raid ANS: Student answers will vary. 27. "Beecher's Bibles" ANS: Student answers will vary. 28. Crittenden Compromise ANS: Student answers will vary. MULTIPLE CHOICE 29.In 1857, the Supreme Court ruled in the Dred Scott decision that a.slavery was inconsistent with the constitution and must be abolished.b.protection of slavery was guaranteed in all the territories of the West.c.slavery would be constitutional only in those areas that were already slave territories.d.abolition of slavery would be done only in those areas in which it is already abolished.e.slavery was constitutional, but the slave trade was unconstitutional.ANS:BREF:p. 396 30.Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin

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