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Match the Legislation with its Description . . . Compromise of 1850
a) State will remain in the Union if the North complies with the Compromise of 1850. b) When a free state is admitted to the Union, a slave state must be admitted to keep a balance. c) California admitted as a free state: New Mexico and Utah organized as territories. d)
States' rights advocates gave final authority to--
a) states b) federal c) Congress d)
Match the Legislation with its Description . . . Missouri Compromise
a) State will remain in the Union if the North complies with the Compromise of 1850. b) When a free state is admitted to the Union, a slave state must be admitted to keep a balance. c) California admitted as a free state: New Mexico and Utah organized as territories. d)
Many southerners did not want to pay the tariff so they decided to--
a) ignore b) nullify c) trash d)
A tariff on imported goods made them-
a) less expensive b) more scarce c) more expensive d)
The North was becoming an economy based on –
a) farming b) industry c) music d)
The Southern economy was based on--
a) agriculture b) industry c) politics d)
Who Said That – A Northerner or Southerner? “We Georgians will secede from the Union if the North doesn’t follow through with its promises.”
a) Northerner b) Southerner c) d)
Who Said That – A Northerner or Southerner? “What in the world is going on with that Compromise of 1850? If California comes in as a free state, there had better be a slave state admitted, too!”
a) Northerner b) Southerner c) d)
Who Said That – A Northerner or Southerner? “Let’s put a line at latitude 36°30´. That should put a limit on more slave states.”
a) Northerner b) Southerner c) d)
Who Said That – A Northerner or Southerner? “The Missouri Compromise is okay with me. I just want to make sure Missouri is allowed to have slaves, that’s all.”
a) Northerner b) Southerner c) d)
Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860. He was a
a) Democrat b) Republican c) Independent d)
The Fugitive Slave Act was added to this compromise to please Southern states –
a) Missouri Compromise b) Compromise of 1850 c) Kansas-Nebraska Act d)
This law allowed ‘popular sovereignty’ in several US territories –
a) Missouri Compromise b) Compromise of 1850 c) Kansas-Nebraska Act d)
Under this compromise, if a slave state was added to the Union, a free state or territory must also be added
a) Missouri Compromise b) Compromise of 1850 c) Kansas-Nebraska Act d)
The economy of the South depended on --
a) slave labor b) new inventions c) manufacturing d)
What did Southeners want to get rid of in the nullification controversy?
a) tariff on Northern goods b) tariff on European goods c) d)
Southerners belief that states should have higher authority than the federal government was called –
a) Confederate rights b) States' rights c) National rights d)
Match the Legislation with its Description . . . Georgia Platform
a) State will remain in the Union if the North complies with the Compromise of 1850. b) When a free state is admitted to the Union, a slave state must be admitted to keep a balance. c) California admitted as a free state: New Mexico and Utah organized as territories. d)
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