Chapter 19-True False Flash Cards

 
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Lincoln made a strong effort to get the South to accept the Crittenden Compromise in order to avoid a civil war. False 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:54:56 GMT view revision history
Seven states seceded and formed the Confederate States of American during the "lame-duck" period between Lincoln's election and his inauguration. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:54:56 GMT view revision history
The overwhelming support for Lincoln in the North gave him a majority of the total popular votes despite winning almost no votes in the South. False 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:54:56 GMT view revision history
The election of 1860 was really two campaigns, Lincoln vs. Douglas in the North and Bell vs. Breckinridge in the South. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:53:11 GMT view revision history
Northern Democrats walked out of the Democratic Party in 1860 when southerners nominated Stephen A. Douglas for president. False 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:53:11 GMT view revision history
John Brown's raid at Harpers Ferry failed to set off a slave uprising but succeeded in inflaming passions in both North and South. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:53:11 GMT view revision history
In the Lincoln-Douglas debates, Lincoln's criticisms forced Douglas to back away from his support for popular sovereignty. False 1 paqwizzle121 Thu, 19 Nov 2009 04:52:04 GMT view revision history
Republicans considered the Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision invalid and vowed to defy it. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:51:09 GMT view revision history
The Dred Scott decision upheld the doctrine of popular sovereignty that the people of each territory should determine whether or not to permit slavery. False 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:51:09 GMT view revision history
Although the Republican candidate lost to Buchanan, the election of 1856 demonstrated the growing power of the new antislavery party. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:51:09 GMT view revision history
Both South Caroline and Massachusetts defiantly reelected the principle figures in the Brooks-Sumner beating incident. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:51:09 GMT view revision history
By opposing the proslavery Lecompton Constitution in Kansas, Senator Stephen A. Douglas was able to unite the Democratic Party. False 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:48:34 GMT view revision history
The violence in Kansas was provoked by both radical abolitionists and militant proslavery forces. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:48:34 GMT view revision history
Prosouthern Kansas pioneers brought numerous slaves with them in order to guarantee that Kansas would not become a free state. False 1 paqwizzle121 Thu, 19 Nov 2009 04:51:02 GMT view revision history
Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" proved to be the most influential publication in arousing the northern and European publics against the evils of slavery. True 0 paqwizzle121 Wed, 18 Nov 2009 04:48:34 GMT view revision history

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