Civil War: The March into War
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1) What was the doctrine and policy that
provided for the people of a territory, when they applied for admission to
the Union, they voted to be either as a free state or slave state? The
Federal government would be bounded by the people's decision.
- Popular Sovereignty
- The 1820 Compromise
- State's Rights
2) Congress passed a law that explicitly
forbid Northern residents from giving refuge to escaped salves. What was
the law called?
- Massachusetts Compromise
- Arm and Hammer Law
- Fugitive Slave Law
3) In 1854, Nebraska and Kansas applied
for statehood. Congress repealed the Missouri Compromise and he slave/free
line ended. Pro-slavery Missourians and anti-slavery Iowans pushed Kansas
into civil warfare. What was lawless Kansas called?
- Bleeding Kansas
- The Kansas Massacre
- Heads-Up Kansas
4) What is the anti-slavery Kansas towns
that was raided by raided by pro-slavery Missourians (Border Ruffians)?
- Dodge City
5) hat was the book, published in book
form in 1852, that became a sensation?
- The Tales of Texas
- Uncle Tom's Cabin
- Aunt Philips' Cabin
6) In 1862, President Lincoln meet the
author at the White House. He said, "so you're the little woman who
wrote the book that made this great war." Who is the author?
- Mary Henderson Eastman
- Mary Todd
- Harriet Beecher Stowe
7) In 1857, the Supreme Court in a case
ordered that government to honor ownership of human beings everywhere in
the nation. Who was the African-American salve that started the court
- Dred Scott
- Max Bear
- Jim Abbott
8) John Brown after leaving Kansas moved
to Boston to raise money for a raid the federal arsenal at Harper's
Ferry, Virginia (now West Virginia). Who lead federal Marine troops
- Lt. Col. Robert E. Lee
- Lt. James Ewell Brown Stuart
- Lt. Col. John Emerson
9) The 1862 song "The Battle Hymn of
the Republic" became popular. What was the original title of the song?
- "The Battle Hymn of the Republic"
- "The Morning to Glory"
- "John Brown's Body"
10) Who was NOT a 1860 Presidential
- Stephen A. Douglas
- John C. Breckinridge
- James Buchanan