definition time period andor date and historical significance of each term in

Definition time period andor date and historical

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definition, time period and/or date, and historical significance of each term in the space provided, and connecteach term to a course Big Idea (American Identities, Reform and Renewal, Self and Society, Labor andTechnology, America in the World). The time period and dates will help you to construct historical chronologiesin Part 4 of this guide. Page 1 of 7 EXPERIENCE COLLEGE BEFORE COLLEGE
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HIS 315K Terms Time Period and/or Date(s) Definition and Significance Course Big Idea Page 2 of 7 EXPERIENCE COLLEGE BEFORE COLLEGE
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HIS 315K “A house divided…” June 17, 1858 Quote used for expressing how slavery is dividing the government 13, 14, 15 th Amendments 1865 1868 1870 13. Abolishment of slavery 14. All citizens of the U.S. “equal protection of the laws 15. African American Men the right to vote 49ers 1849 California made a rush of gold make new settlers Abraham Lincoln 1861 16 th president Antietam 1862 Place where major battle happened, 4000 were dead from both sides Appomattox Courthouse 1865 Lee surrendered to Grant and the Union Army, brought 4yr battle to an end Bleeding Kansas 1854-1861 Southerners and Antislavery clashed , and territory resulted in Armed Conflict Bull Run 1861 First major battle of civil war, first large battle of the War in Virginia. Confederates won the battle Civil War 1861-1865 War between Northern Union (Antislavery) and the Southern Save holders Compromise of 1850 1850 Gained the western part of the U.S. Confederate States of America 1861 Louisiana Tennessee Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida South Carolina North Carolina Texas Arkansas Copperheads 1860’s Democrats that wanted peace (anti-war) Emancipation Proclamation (1863) January 1 st , 1863 All slaves in states rebelling against the Union were free. Fort Sumter 1861 Place where the war began. Page 3 of 7 EXPERIENCE COLLEGE BEFORE COLLEGE
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HIS 315K Free Soil Party 1848 Made by north that declared policy “to limit, localize, and discourage slavery” Fugitive Slave Act (1850) 1850 Northern state return refuge slaves to their masters Harper’s Ferry October 16 th , 1859
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