S before the Civil War how were they treated 45 Explain the nativist movement

S before the civil war how were they treated 45

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As new immigrants came into the U.S. before the Civil War, how were they treated? 45.Explain the nativist movement 46.How did immigrants attempt to survive and thrive despite nativism? 47.Describe the different causes of sectional tensions leading up to the Civil War. a.Manifest Destiny/Expansion b.Dred Scott Case
c.Kansas-Nebraska Act d.John Brown’s Raid e.Economic ideas f.States rights 48.Compare the economy of the North to the economy of the South. How did that create issues? 49.How were each of the following used by the South to defend slavery a.States rights b.Nullification c.Racism d.Proslavery argument 50.Describe the different attempts for compromise to lessen tensions over slavery. a.Missouri Compromise b.Compromise of 1850 c.Kansas Nebraska Act d.Wilmot Proviso 51.Why did the two party system end in the 1850s? 52.What led to the creation of the Republican party? 53.How did the Election of 1860 play a role in the Civil War? Be sure to include Lincoln’s platform towardsslavery in the election. 54.Describe the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation. 55.How did each of the following help the Union win the Civil War a.Military leadership b.Effective strategies c.Key victories d.Greater resources e.Destruction of South’s environment and infrastructure 56.Compare Presidential and Congressional Reconstruction. 57.How did each of the following inhibit Radical Republicans from achieving their Reconstruction goals? a.Southern resistance b.North’s waning resolve 58.Explain the constitutional changes that took place during Reconstruction a.13thb.14thc.15th59.What other movements were affected by these constitutional changes? How?

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