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What was the first territory to shed blood in a civil war over slavery?
a) Missouri b) Kansas c) Nebraska d) South Carolina
The first state to vote to secede was
a) South Carolina b) Mississippi c) Missouri d) Texas
What plan specified that slavery should be prohibited in any lands that might be acquired from Mexico?
a) Henry Clay's Plan b) Wilmot Proviso c) Missouri Compromise d) Compromise of 1850
In the election of 1856, the presidency was secured for James Buchanan by
a) Northern votes b) Southern votes c) Republican votes d) Whig votes
The plan that preserved the balance between slave and free states in the Senate was the
a) Compromise of 1850 b) Missouri Compromise c) Slavery Compromise d) North-South Compromise
A split in the ________ party helped elect Abraham Lincoln to the presidency in 1860.
a) Whig b) Republican c) Democratic d) Free-Soil
The law that required all citizens to help catch runaway slaves was the
a) Removal Act b) Fugitive Slave Act c) Slave Owners Act d) Southern Act
An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country is called
a) secede b) sectionalism c) pride d) compromise
Who was NOT a presidential candidate in 1860?
a) John C. Calhoun b) Abraham Lincoln c) Stephen Douglas d) John Breckinridge
Henry Clay's original plan
a) Dred Scott case b) Compromise of 1850 c) Fugitive Slave Act d) Kansas-Nebraska Act
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