APUSH Princeton ch11 vocabulary

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Southern president who tried to keep the status quo and prevent secession
President who began the Gilded Age and had many scandals
Court case in which judicial review was used to call Missouri Compromise unconstitutional
Pro-states' rights opponent to Lincoln in Illinois Senate Race
Treaty with British splitting the Oregon Territory
Idea that slaveowners controlled the government
Another name for Bleeding Kansas
Ammendment that prohibited slavery
Territories given up by Mexico in exchange for $15 million
Congressional bill prohibiting the extension of slavery into any territory gained from Mexico
Pummeled Charles Sumner on the head with a cane
Another name for American Party
New party formed of Northern Democrats and Free-Soilers
Ammendment with 6 points regarding Reconstruction
President of the Confederacy
Secretive party that nearly became major opponent of Democrats
Book that 'started this great war'
Moderate president
Failed slave rebellion that got John Brown hanged
Fort in South Carolina that the South attacked and captured
Hatred of foreigners
Expansionist president who campaigned with '54'40 or Fight'
Acts that gave partial emancipation
Economic system that replaced slavery
Led a raid on Harper's Ferry
First federally created social institution
Group that attacked supporters of Reconstruction
Negotiation regarding Thirteenth Ammendment
Regional, single-issue party
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Act based on popular sovereignty that cased Bleeding Kansas
Exhibition of Total War
The Draft
Increased amount of money in circulation
Ended Reconstruction by giving Hayes the presidency
Ammendment passed forcing Southern states to enfranchise blacks
Thousands of proslavery Missourians who relocated to Kansas
Nation (or maybe not) that Davis led
Idea of people in territory voting for or against slavery
Compromise that provided for a fugitive slave act
Lincoln's Proclamation that started towards Emancipation
Name a major example of corruption in Grant's presidency (two answers)
Congressional Reconstruction Bill
Southern reason for seceding
Idea of popular sovereignty over slavery
President that gave the Emancipation Proclamation
Nondescript military hero president
War America fought to gain large amounts of territory in the Southwest
Laws passed to weaken the Fugitive Slave Act
Accused lincoln of intentionally starting the war to destroy the South
Act that forced US citizens to help find and return runaway slaves
Johnson's public speaking tour
Enforced martial law on the South
Treaty ending Mexican War
Lincoln's VP
Overcharging the government for supplies
Lincoln's Reconstruction Plan
Fighting in Kansas because of the popular sovereignty

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