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HIST 130 Lecture Notes w\ outline 9/30/16

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These notes are from Dr. Matray's class. They include links to other sites. The short answers are classified as " *" which can be found in a different document.
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Date Created: 10/01/16
Lecture *short answer THE IMPENDING CRISIS I. A FLAWED COMPROMISE A. Election of 1852 -Whigs support in the south -​Winfield Scott ​“Old fuss and feathers” -Military leader -Whigs presidential candidate -Free soil party only in the North -Franklin Pierce uncontroversial dark horse. B. Pierce as President -Majority of americans supported the Compromise of 1850 -A Lawyer and General in the Mexican war -Opinions were not well defined -Poorly prepared - Doughface* C. Abolitionist Agitation Persists -​Horace Greeley​- The republican candidate -Harriet Beecher Stowe* -Personal Liberty Laws* - 1851 Many Northerners against Fugitive Slave Laws (broke people out of jail, etc..) - Undermined the Compromise of 1850 II. KANSAS AND NEBRASKA A. Expansion into Great Plains -Destroyed the Compromise of 1850 -​Gadsden Purchase* -Nebraska not yet organized → Couldn’t build railroad through it -Railroad turned out to be a Sectional Prize -New Orleans to LA turned out to be the wisest option B. Douglas and his Railroad Scheme -Popular Sovereignty v. 36 30 line -David Atchison* -Southerners expected Kansas to be a slave state -Douglass won C. Impact of the Controversy III. POLITICAL REORIENTATION A. Founding of the Republican Party -​Sectional Party -believed in barring slavery and that congress had the right to do so -Northern party Lecture *short answer B. Rise of the Know-Nothing Party -​Know nothing party* C. ​Midterm Elections of 1854 IV. "BLEEDING KANSAS" A. Expansion and Settlement -​Beecher bibles → Guns B. Outbreak of Civil War -John Brown* -Sack of Lawrence* -Pottawotomie Massacre* C. "Bleeding Sumner" -Bleeding Sumner* -Bully Brooks*


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