The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854: Mapping the Controversy
Directions: Open the interactive map on your laptop. Part I has been completed for you. Answer the questions in Part II
using the interactive map.
Part I. Sequential Entering of States and Territori
European Settlements in North America
DIRECTIONS: Using the online resources listed on the HUB, complete the graphic organizer.
Describe their settlements.
Where were they located?
Jamestown, Virginia. A
The Road to Revolution
Why did they do this?
What was the response
to this event?
Forbade all settlement past a line
drawn along the Appalachian
To prevent other conflicts. They
would be on other countr
On the Eve of Civil War Presentation Notes
Higher amount of factories and had extensive rail road system
that privileged transportation of goods.
Monopoly on the cotton market which could be used against north. They
also use to p
Key Battles of The Civil War
STEP 1. Answer the following questions about your assigned battle. Use the resources provided on the HUB.
My assigned battle:
What were each sides
objectives going into the battle?
Unions Objective: The Union w
Document D: This document shows Jacksonian Democracy majorly. My piece of evidence:
.Must ultimately fall under the absolute control of the people.
Document E: This document does not show Jacksonian Democracy. I also believe this is a m