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Republicans supported the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
Abolitionists supported Webster's '7th of March' speech.
Nat Turner's rebellion led to southern states considering emancipation.
Congress forbade themselves to talk about slavery.
The Whig party fell apart after losing the election of 1856.
John Crittenden followed in Clay's footsteps and saved the union with a compromise.
The Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise.
Jefferson Davis was the only president with line-item veto power.
Hinton Helper's book's importance was similar to that of the Grimke Sisters.
The House of Representatives passed the Wilmot Proviso.
The American Anti-Slavery Society wanted to send freed slaves to Africa.
The US paid $10M for the Mexican Cession territories.
Transcendentalists supported John Brown's actions.
Overspeculation in railroad stocks was a cause of the Crash of 1857.
Taylor led the US army at Vera Cruz and Mex. City
Grant Sherman was a northern general in the civil war.
The south was heavily impacted by the Crash of 1857.
3 states seceded immediately after Lincoln was elected.
Douglas lost support of the southern Democrats due to a statement made in his debates with Lincoln.
The California Gold Rush led to new inventions.

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