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Why did the U.S. place few restrictions on immigration in the mid to late 1800s?
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Why did the U.S. place few restrictions on immigration in the mid to late 1800s?
Immigrants provided the industrial labor source
Who became known as the “Moses” of the Underground Railroad because she freed more than 300 slaves by sneaking them out of the South?
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Who became known as the “Moses” of the Underground Railroad because she freed more than 300 slaves by sneaking them out of the South?
Harriet Tubman
Who was the editor of the Liberator and an outspoken abolitionism in the fight against slavery?
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Who was the editor of the Liberator and an outspoken abolitionism in the fight against slavery?
William Lloyd Garrison
Which compromise admitted California as a free state, passed a stricter fugitive slave law, and abolished the slave trade in Washington D.C.?
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Which compromise admitted California as a free state, passed a stricter fugitive slave law, and abolished the slave trade in Washington D.C.?
Compromise of 1850
Which doctrine states that the voters of a territory should be able to choose whether to be a free or slave territory?
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Which doctrine states that the voters of a territory should be able to choose whether to be a free or slave territory?
Popular Sovereignty (Self-Determination)
Who murdered pro-slavery supporters during Bleeding Kansas?
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Who murdered pro-slavery supporters during Bleeding Kansas?
John Brown
After Abraham Lincoln was elected president, the Southern states tried to break away from the union, which is known as what?
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After Abraham Lincoln was elected president, the Southern states tried to break away from the union, which is known as what?
Secession
Which political party's platform in 1860 included: limits on the expansion of slavery in the territories, a protective tariff, and the completion of a railroad to the Pacific coast?
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Which political party's platform in 1860 included: limits on the expansion of slavery in the territories, a protective tariff, and the completion of a railroad to the Pacific coast?
Republican Party
Who was the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin?
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Who was the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Which Supreme Court case ruled that, under the protection of the 5th Amendment, a slave could be taken into any territory and remain in slavery?
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Which Supreme Court case ruled that, under the protection of the 5th Amendment, a slave could be taken into any territory and remain in slavery?
Dred Scott v. Sanford
Where did the Civil War begin on April 12, 1861?
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Where did the Civil War begin on April 12, 1861?
Fort Sumter
Which side had the better field commanders during the Civil War?
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Which side had the better field commanders during the Civil War?
South (Confederacy)
Who was the president of the Confederate States of America?
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Who was the president of the Confederate States of America?
Jefferson Davis
What did the First Battle of Bull Run prove to both sides about the war?
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What did the First Battle of Bull Run prove to both sides about the war?
It would be longer and more difficult than expected
Lincoln waited for a major victory that came in which battle before he issued his Emancipation Proclamation?
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Lincoln waited for a major victory that came in which battle before he issued his Emancipation Proclamation?
Battle of Antietam
Why was there a massive migration to California in 1849?
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Why was there a massive migration to California in 1849?
Gold Rush
What ended slavery throughout the entire U.S.?
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What ended slavery throughout the entire U.S.?
Thirteenth Amendment
Whose expedition was critical in understanding the territory acquired by President Jefferson in the west?
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Whose expedition was critical in understanding the territory acquired by President Jefferson in the west?
Louis & Clark
Which principle did John Marshall and the Supreme Court create in the case of Marbury v. Madison?
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Which principle did John Marshall and the Supreme Court create in the case of Marbury v. Madison?
Judicial Review
Why did Abraham Lincoln issue the Emancipation Proclamation?
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Why did Abraham Lincoln issue the Emancipation Proclamation?
To weaken the Confederate war effort
Between 1847 and 1853 nearly 16,000 Mormons traveled west to which territory?
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Between 1847 and 1853 nearly 16,000 Mormons traveled west to which territory?
Utah
Why did most people head west along the Oregon Trail?
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Why did most people head west along the Oregon Trail?
Farm land
In 1803 the national territory nearly doubled as a result of what?
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In 1803 the national territory nearly doubled as a result of what?
Louisiana Purchase
John O'Sullivan's 1840 announcement that Providence (God) wanted the United States to settle North America from the Atlantic to the Pacific has become known as what?
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John O'Sullivan's 1840 announcement that Providence (God) wanted the United States to settle North America from the Atlantic to the Pacific has become known as what?
Manifest Destiny
President Polk’s campaign slogan, “Fifty-four Forty or Fight,” marked the northern boundary of the Oregon Country and British Canada, but what where was the boundary finally set after the election?
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President Polk’s campaign slogan, “Fifty-four Forty or Fight,” marked the northern boundary of the Oregon Country and British Canada, but what where was the boundary finally set after the election?
49th Parallel

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