History 201 Midterm Study Guide
History 201 Midterm Study Guide Hist 201
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Popular Sovereignty: Lewis Cass/ state to be slave/free Shiloh: Grant (Union) wins Free Soil Party: Mexican land only open to white farmers 1848 election Taylor(Whig)Wins, dies 2 years-Millard Fillmore replaces/Cass(Democrat)/ Van Buren (Free Soil)à no elect votes Compromise of 1850: Henry Clay’s-Cali is free/ No restriction to slavery in Utah and NM terr/ Establish Texas bound/ New Fugitive Slave Act passed/ Abolish slave trade in D.C. Fugitive Slave Act: Gov. support to return slaves/Free blacks not safe 1852 election :Pierce (Democrat)àWinner, favors pro-slavery bills/Scott (Whig)/Hale (Free Soil) Gadsden Purchase: R.R West to East, U.S. buys Mex land(Gadsden 1853)Plan Cali to Houston,TX(comp. 1886) Stephen Douglas: N Politician, wanted R.R through Illinois/proposes Chicago to be the connecting port Kan-Nebraska Act: Douglas bill: Louisiana purchase-splits it Kansas and Nebraska /Those territories have pop. Sov. /Offers south to vote for N. railroad (1854) /passed+overturns the Miss Comp “Bloody Kansas” May 1856, 700 pro-slavery people raid Kansas Republican Party: Combo of liberty party, Whigs (Cotton & Conscious), free soil, anti-slavery, democrats American (Know Nothing) Party: anti-immigrant party 1856 election: Buchanan (Democrat)- Winnerà“worst president ever”/Fremont (Republican)military man/Fillmore (American/Know Nothing) Lecompton Constitution: Pro-slavery people in Kansas draft constitution s-slavery in Kansas-BUCHANAN passes it! (Southerners- For, Northerners- Against) Douglass votes against Constitutional Union Party: Those against Lincoln being elected /1860 election: Lincoln (Republican)- Winner/ Douglas (N. Democrat)/Breckenridge (S. Democrat/ Bell (Constit Union) Crittenden Compromise- John-extend the Missouri Comp line to the coast slaves wouldn’t be affected—FAILED Confederate States of America- Alab, Flor, Georgia, Louisiana, Miss, S. Caro and Texas/Jefferson Davis- Pres of the Conf. Fort Sumter- (1861) Succeeded take union forts, Lincoln 7500 men Secession, phase 2- MD, Delaware, Missouri, and Kentucky Border States”- MD, Delaware, Kentucky, WV, and Missouri Comparison of resources: Union:93% goods are made in North/Navy/More men— Bull Run/First Manassas: Stonewall: Confederate Anaconda Strategy: Block S ports, invade waterways, pressure on conf capital (Richmond) Peninsular Campaign: McClellan from Wash. to Yorktown, water, up to Richmond. back Wash b/c Stonewall alomos 1862 stalemate: Battle of Antietam, McLellan vs. Lee- Bloodiest battle- union win Emancipation Proclamation: Sept 1862, Lincoln announces after the B.O. Antietam- all slaves in enemy territory freed on January 1 ,. Allowed conf. to join union and keep slaves but no state did Gettysburg: Meade vs. Lee, 2 days, Lee can’t win, 3 day confederates massacred Fall of Vicksburg: Vicksburg siege, Grant wants Vicksburg-block conf. in until they surrender. Northern win. 1864 election: Lincoln (Republican)/McClellan (Democrat) Appomattox Court House: Grants chase Lee, various battles with large casualties, Union pushes Grant to ACH/Lee surrenders, Union win.
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