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U.S. History Slide 2 In the 1850s, the phrase Bleeding Kansas was used to describe clashes between A. proslavery and antislavery groups B. Spanish landowners and new American settlers C. Chinese and Irish railroad workers D. Native American Indians and white settlers Slide 3 A. proslavery and antislavery groups Slide 4 Abolition, the Underground Railroad, and the Dred Scott decision would all be included in a discussion of A. federalism B. popular sovereignty C. states rights D. blockades Slide 5 C. states rights Slide 6 How did the Missouri Compromise resolve a conflict between the North and the South? A. It maintained a balance of slave and free states in the Senate. B. It maintained a balance of state representation in the House of Representatives. C. It brought an end to the Civil War. D. It established the Fugitive Slave Law. Slide 7 A. It maintained a balance of slave and free states in the Senate. Slide 8 People accused of being a fugitive slave could be held without an arrest warrant. They had no right to a trial by jury. Instead a federal commissioner ruled on each case. The commissioner received five dollars for releasing the defendant and ten dollars for turning the defendant over to the slaveholder. The scenario described above would apply to which of the following A. Kansas-Nebraska Act B. Missouri Compromise C. Compromise of 1850 D. Dred Scott v Sandford Slide 9 C. Compromise of 1850 Slide 10 In 1854, Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois drafted a bill to organize territorial government. He proposed that it be divided into two territories. To get southern support for the bill Douglas suggested the issue be settled by popular sovereignty. Even though the bill angered opponents of slavery it passed. The scenario above would apply to the following A. Dred Scott v Sandford B. Kansas-Nebraska Act C. Missouri Compromise D. Compromise of 1850 Slide 11 B. Kansas-Nebraska Act Slide 12 Which of the following was a result of the Compromise of 1850? A. Owning slaves was forbidden in Washington, D.C. B. Slavery was permitted in the new state of California. C. Importation of slaves from Africa was declared illegal. D. Runaway slaves had to be returned to Southern owners. Slide 13 Slide 14 From 1820 to 1865, the debates over nullification, protective tariffs, and the spread of slavery into the new territories concerned the constitutional issue of the A. balance of power between the federal and state governments B. balance between the rights of individuals and the need to maintain order C. protection of the rights of ethnic and racial groups D. separation of power between the executive and legislative branches Slide 15 A. balance of power between the federal and state governments Slide 16 Which event was the immediate cause of the secession of several Southern states from the Union in 1860? A. the Dred Scott decision, which declared that all prior compromises on the extension of slavery into the territories were unconstitutional B. the Missouri Compromise, which kept an even balance between the number of free and slave states C. the raid on the Federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, which was led by the militant abolitionist John Brown D. the election of President Abraham Lincoln, who opposed the spread of slavery into the territories Slide 17 Slide 18 One impact of President Abraham Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation, on January1, 1863, was slavery would be illegal in the A. United States and the Confederacy B. United States, its territories, and the border states C. states or parts of states remaining in rebellion D. parts of the Confederacy then under federal control Slide 19 C. states or parts of states remaining in rebellion Slide 20 An effect of the Confederate firing on Fort Sumter in 1861 was? A. The election of Abraham Lincoln. B. The declaration of the Emancipation Proclamation. C. The passing of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. D. The start of the Civil War. Slide 21 Slide 22 General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House in Virginia. It was here where he launched an attack to break through the Union forces. What would you conclude was the overriding reason for his ultimate loss in this battle? A. The railroad carrying reinforcements was attacked further south B. The Confederate army was cut off by Sheridans cavalry C. Lack of reliable intelligence about opposing strength D. The failure of the Union Calvary Slide 23 C. Lack of reliable intelligence about opposing strength Slide 24 In the United States, which situation that developed during the Civil War helped lead to the rapid development of big business? A. The large Southern factories that had competed with Northern factories were destroyed during the war. B. The Union government granted very large contracts for war supplies to Northern manufacturers. C. The government operated and consolidated most of the Northern manufacturing companies during the war. D. Northern business took over much of the European trade lost by the South due to the war. Slide 25 B. The Union government granted very large contracts for war supplies to Northern manufacturers. Slide 26 The slave rebellions like the one led by Nat Turner resulted in the passing of what policy? A. The Kansas-Nebraska Act B. Fugitive Slave Act C. Popular Sovereignty D. The Turner Slave Act Slide 27 B. Fugitive Slave Act Slide 28 Between 1870 and 1900, the city became a symbol of a new America which attracted many people. Workers were drawn by economic opportunity and the promise of a more exciting life. Why was there an increase in the jobs available at factories in big cities? A. The people provided cheap labor with the many jobs available B. The businesses saw the need for additional regulations C. Businesses knew workers were going to have to come from somewhere D. The people were able to adapt to the ever- changing conditions of the cities Slide 29 A. The people provided cheap labor with the many jobs available Slide 30 Which of these documents established the principle of the United States as a federal union? A. the Declaration of Independence B. the Bill of Rights C. the Mayflower Compact D. the United States Constitution Slide 31 Slide 32 The Articles of Confederation gave the government the power to A. allow states sovereignty B. appoint Supreme Court justices C. elect a federal leader D. regulate commerce Slide 33 A. allow states sovereignty Slide 34 The 3rd Amendment to the Constitution of the U.S. states that, No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. What brought about the need for this amendment according to the Founding Fathers? A. A prior King of England abused civil liberties of his subjects through the Quartering Act B. The perception that this type of quartering might happen with the new King in charge C. It was omitted in the Declaration of Independence D. Founders wanted to ensure the people had a designated right to prevent unreasonable searches Slide 35 A. A prior King of England abused civil liberties of his subjects through the Quartering Act Slide 36 Which possible way can the Executive Branch check the Judiciary Branch? A. Recess appointments B. Force adjournment C. Power to appoint judges D. Veto power Slide 37 C. Power to appoint judges (The president appoints/chooses the new judges when one retires, or dies) Slide 38 Why did writers of the U.S. Constitution ensure that there was a provision for limited government? A. They felt that government should intervene to promote equality and opportunity B. Government should be in charge of regulation of property and wealth redistribution C. They held that the government should have unlimited sovereignty over its subjects D. They patterned it after the Magna Carta which stood as an exemplar of a document limiting sovereignty Slide 39 Slide 40 After the Election of 1800 it was decided that candidates would run specifically for the office of Vice-President. This change in the U.S. Constitution was accomplished by the A. 12th Amendment B. 13th Amendment C. 18th Amendment D. 19th Amendment Slide 41 A. 12th Amendment Slide 42 Which event caused anti-British feelings? A. Boston Tea Party B. Boston Massacre C. Continental Congress D. Boycott of British goods Slide 43 B. Boston Massacre Slide 44 As a result of President Andrew Jacksons policies, Native American Indians were A. relocated to reservations in Mexico B. forcibly removed to areas west of the Mississippi River C. gradually allowed to return to their ancestral lands D. given United States citizenship Slide 45 B. forcibly removed to areas west of the Mississippi River

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FAQs

Why was the phrase Bleeding Kansas used? ›

This period of guerrilla warfare is referred to as Bleeding Kansas because of the blood shed by pro-slavery and anti-slavery groups, lasting until the violence died down in roughly 1859. Most of the violence was relatively unorganized, small scale violence, yet it led to mass feelings of terror within the territory.

Why was Kansas bleeding in the 1850's? ›

Bleeding Kansas, Bloody Kansas, or the Border War was a series of violent civil confrontations in Kansas Territory, and to a lesser extent in western Missouri, between 1854 and 1859. It emerged from a political and ideological debate over the legality of slavery in the proposed state of Kansas.

What was Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

Bleeding Kansas is the term used to described the period of violence during the settling of the Kansas territory. when was the bleeding kansas. In 1854 the Kansas-Nebraksa Act overturned the Missouri Compromise's use of latitude as the boundary between slave and free territory.

Why was Bleeding Kansas called quizlet? ›

Bleeding Kansas refers to the time between 1854-58 when the Kansas territory was the site of much violence over whether the territory would be free or slave.

Which of the following best describes what was meant by the term Bleeding Kansas? ›

Bleeding Kansas describes the period of repeated outbreaks of violent guerrilla warfare between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces following the creation of the new territory of Kansas in 1854.

Why did Kansas became a battleground between proslavery and antislavery groups? ›

Kansas Territory, because of its proximity to Missouri, a slave state, became a political and literal battleground for proslavery and antislavery forces.

What was the result of Bleeding Kansas? ›

“Bleeding Kansas” became a fact with the Sack of Lawrence (May 21, 1856), in which a proslavery mob swarmed into the town of Lawrence and wrecked and burned the hotel and newspaper office in an effort to wipe out the “hotbed of abolitionism.” The day after the attack on Lawrence, the conflict spread to the floor of the ...

What was the Bleeding Kansas Act? ›

The Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise, created two new territories, and allowed for popular sovereignty. It also produced a violent uprising known as “Bleeding Kansas,” as proslavery and antislavery activists flooded into the territories to sway the vote.

What action set off the chain of events that led to Bleeding Kansas? ›

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 established Kansas and Nebraska as territories and set the stage for “Bleeding Kansas” by its adoption of popular sovereignty. Under popular sovereignty, it is the residents of the territories who decide by popular referendum if the state is to be a free or enslaved.

What was an effect of the events in Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

What was the effect of Bleeding Kansas? Cause: Kansas-Nebraska territory would vote if there was going to be slavery. Effect: There was violence because people snuck into Kansas to vote for slavery. John Brown kill 5-pro slavery senator Sumter beat by another senator.

What led to the violent conflicts known as Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

In May of 1856, Brown led a group of his followers to Pottawattamie Creek and launched a bloody attack against pro-slavery men killing five people. This began violent retaliation against Brown and his followers. This violent attack against slavery helped give Kansas its nick name, "bleeding Kansas".

What was John Brown's role in Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

Terms in this set (2)

-John Brown was an abolitionist extremist who wanted to violently overthrow the slavery system. During Bleeding Kansas, he and his sons led attacks on pro-slavery citizens. He believed that his actions were a will of God, and therefore pure.

What was the Kansas-Nebraska Act quizlet? ›

What is the Kansas Nebraska Act? The Kansas Nebraska Act was an 1854 bill that mandated popular sovereignty allowing settlers of a territory to decide whether slavery would be allowed whithin a new states border.

How did the Border Ruffians contribute to the Bleeding Kansas problem quizlet? ›

EXPLANATION: Border Ruffians attacked Lawrence Kansas, burning the Free State Hotel, pillaging homes and destroying the Kansas Free State Newspaper. This event led to "Bleeding Kansas."

How did the Bleeding Kansas incident change the face of anti slavery advocacy? ›

How did the "Bleeding Kansas" incident change the face of antislavery advocacy? In response to proslavery forces' destruction of the antislavery press and Free State Hotel, radical abolitionists, including John Brown, murdered proslavery settlers at Pottawatomie.

What is the Bleeding Kansas crisis referred to in the text? ›

Literal Meaning: "Bleeding Kansas" was the term that referred to violence between abolitionists and pro-slavery whites in Kansas where elections were going to take place that would decide the fate of the territory.

What was the long term effects of the Bleeding Kansas problem? ›

Answer and Explanation: The long-term effect of the events of Bleeding Kansas was ultimately the Civil War and the demise of slavery throughout the nation. Bleeding Kansas not only increased North-South tensions over slavery, but showed the South how powerful and even violent the abolition movement was becoming.

Which statement describes the result of the meeting of the First territorial Legislature in Kansas? ›

Which statement describes the result of the meeting of the first territorial legislature in Kansas? It enacted tough proslavery laws.

Why did Kansas become a battleground between pro-slavery and anti slavery groups quizlet? ›

Kansas became a battle ground for Proslavery and Antislavery forces because the Kansas- Nebraska Act undid the Missouri Compromise of 1820. What was the strategic significance of Harpers Ferry?

Which issue created conflict between the North and the South when Kansas and Nebraska were added as territories? ›

Known as the Kansas-Nebraska Act, the controversial bill raised the possibility that slavery could be extended into territories where it had once been banned. Its passage intensified the bitter debate over slavery in the United States, which would later explode into the Civil War.

How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act affect the future of Kansas quizlet? ›

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 created the territories of Kansas and Nebraska, opening new lands for settlement, and had the effect of repealing the Missouri Compromise of 1820 by allowing white male settlers in those territories to determine through popular sovereignty whether they would allow slavery.

What was responsible for the violence in Bleeding Kansas Why might the violence be viewed as a prelude to Civil War? ›

The Southern outcry over the North trying to promote abolition was responsible for the violence in “Bleeding Kansas.” The violence might have been viewed as a “prelude to Civil War” because The North and South fought over seemingly irreconcilable differences, and the fighting continued into the Civil War.

Why were people angry about the Kansas-Nebraska Act? ›

Answer and Explanation: People were angry about the Kansas-Nebraska Act because it was a de facto repeal of the 1820 Missouri Compromise. In 1820, the abolitionist movement compromised with pro-slavery advocates for the gradual abolition of slavery by containing it to the south.

What were some of the results of the intense division in Kansas? ›

What were some of the results of the intense division in Kansas? The Sack of Lawrence occurred and pro-slavery advocates burned most of the city of Lawrence, KS. Two opposing state legislatures were formed - one a pro-slavery legislature and the other an antislavery legislature.

Where did the Bleeding Kansas happen? ›

Bleeding Kansas

When did Kansas end slavery? ›

Bayne gave me a pass which allowed me to go between Missouri and his farm in Kansas. On February 23, 1860, the Territorial Legislature passed a bill over the governor's veto abolishing slavery in Kansas.

Why did the Kansas-Nebraska Act anger many members of the Free Soil Party? ›

Why did the Kansas-Nebraska Act anger many members of the Free-Soil Party? They did not want slavery to spread into the free states. They were afraid the territories would vote against slavery.

How did Bleeding Kansas embody the slavery controversy? ›

Bleeding Kansas embodied the slavery controversy because it pitted American with diverse views on slavery against one another. While pro-slavery settlers wished to secure Kansas as a slave state, free state settlers wanted to ban slavery from the territory.

How did the newly opened territory of Kansas become a battleground for the issue of slavery? ›

How did the newly opened territory of Kansas become a battleground for the issue of slavery? Northerners outnumbered southerners in Kansas and set up an antislavery government. The Kansas-Nebraska Act allowed the territory to be organized according to popular sovereignty.

What events in the 1850s led to the Civil War? ›

Events Leading up to the Civil War
  • Compromise of 1850. September 9, 1850. ...
  • Fugitive Slave Act. September 18, 1850. ...
  • Publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin. 1851. ...
  • Kansas Nebraska Act. May 30, 1854. ...
  • Pottawatomie Massacre. May 25, 1856. ...
  • Dred Scott Decision. May 26,1857. ...
  • John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry. October 16, 1859. ...
  • Election of 1860. 1860.

What was the long term effect of the Bleeding Kansas problem quizlet? ›

What was the long term effect of the "Bleeding Kansas" problem? The North and the South became more divided over the issue of slavery.

What was the result of Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

"Bleeding Kansas" became a mini civil-war between pro- and anti slavery people; in the end antislavery settlers would win the population race and vote kansas as a free state in 1861.

How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act affect slavery quizlet? ›

The Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed by the U.S. Congress on May 30, 1854. It allowed people in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery within their borders. The Act served to repeal the Missouri Compromise of 1820 which prohibited slavery north of latitude 36°30´.

What is meant by Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

Bleeding Kansas is the term used to described the period of violence during the settling of the Kansas territory. when was the bleeding kansas. In 1854 the Kansas-Nebraksa Act overturned the Missouri Compromise's use of latitude as the boundary between slave and free territory.

What was the conflict known as Bleeding Kansas quizlet? ›

Terms in this set (13) Bleeding Kansas, Bloody Kansas or the Border War was a series of violent political confrontations in the United States involving anti-slavery "Free-Staters" and pro-slavery "Border Ruffian", or "southern yankees" elements in Kansas between 1854 and 1861, including "Bleeding Congress".

What was Bleeding Kansas Why did this occur quizlet? ›

This was a mini-Civil War fought in the Kansas territory between pro-slavery settlers & anti-slavery settlers. Bleeding Kansas started here, when a anti-slavery settlers wounded a pro-slavery sheriff. It was here that 5 pro-slavery settlers were killed in front of their families by anti-slavery settlers.

What was the purpose of John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry quizlet? ›

In 1859, a small group of men attacked the small town of Harper's Ferry in Virginia. They were intent on seizing weapons to give to slaves to start a rebellion.

What happened during Bleeding Kansas? ›

Bleeding Kansas describes the period of repeated outbreaks of violent guerrilla warfare between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces following the creation of the new territory of Kansas in 1854. In all, some 55 people were killed between 1855 and 1859.

Why was Bleeding Kansas a cause of the Civil War? ›

Bleeding Kansas demonstrated that armed conflict over slavery was unavoidable. Its severity made national headlines, which suggested to the American people that the sectional disputes were unlikely to be resolved without bloodshed, and it therefore acted as a preface to the American Civil War.

What happened in the Bleeding Kansas? ›

“Bleeding Kansas” became a fact with the Sack of Lawrence (May 21, 1856), in which a proslavery mob swarmed into the town of Lawrence and wrecked and burned the hotel and newspaper office in an effort to wipe out the “hotbed of abolitionism.” The day after the attack on Lawrence, the conflict spread to the floor of the ...

How did the South feel about Bleeding Kansas? ›

It would open the North to slavery. Northerners were outraged; Southerners were overjoyed.

What is the Bleeding Kansas crisis referred to in the text? ›

Literal Meaning: "Bleeding Kansas" was the term that referred to violence between abolitionists and pro-slavery whites in Kansas where elections were going to take place that would decide the fate of the territory.

What did John Brown have to do with Bleeding Kansas? ›

In 1859, John Brown, a settler from Kansas Territory, invaded the state of Virginia with plans to raid the Harpers Ferry arsenal and incite a slave rebellion. Among his small band of insurgents were several young men who had also carried out vigilante violence in Kansas in hopes of abolishing slavery in that territory.

What issue caused the violence known as Bleeding Kansas? ›

Rival territorial governments, election fraud, and squabbles over land claims all contributed to the violence of this era. Three distinct political groups occupied Kansas: pro-slavery, Free-Staters and abolitionists.

What action set off the chain of events that led to Bleeding Kansas? ›

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 established Kansas and Nebraska as territories and set the stage for “Bleeding Kansas” by its adoption of popular sovereignty. Under popular sovereignty, it is the residents of the territories who decide by popular referendum if the state is to be a free or enslaved.

What was responsible for the violence in Bleeding Kansas Why might the violence be viewed as a prelude to Civil War? ›

The Southern outcry over the North trying to promote abolition was responsible for the violence in “Bleeding Kansas.” The violence might have been viewed as a “prelude to Civil War” because The North and South fought over seemingly irreconcilable differences, and the fighting continued into the Civil War.

How did Bleeding Kansas affect slavery? ›

Radical abolitionists, like John Brown, attacked and murdered white southerners in protest. A pro-slavery US Senator, Preston Brooks, viciously beat abolitionist Senator Charles Sumner on the floor of the Senate. Bleeding Kansas foreshadowed the violence that would ensue over the future of slavery during the Civil War.

How did Proslavery groups gain control of Kansas? ›

How did proslavery groups gain control of Kansas? What did they do to quickly exert their power? Proslavery groups crossed the border and voted illegally. They immediately pass laws in their favor.

What was the long term effects of the Bleeding Kansas problem? ›

Answer and Explanation: The long-term effect of the events of Bleeding Kansas was ultimately the Civil War and the demise of slavery throughout the nation. Bleeding Kansas not only increased North-South tensions over slavery, but showed the South how powerful and even violent the abolition movement was becoming.

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