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This man argued against secession and then became vice president of the Confederate States of America
a) Alexander Stephens b) James Talmdage c) Abraham Lincoln d) Robert Toombs
This compromise made California a free state in exchange for the Fugitive Slave Law
a) Missouri Compromise b) Compromise of 1850 c) Kansas-Nebraska Act d) Georgia Platform
This was a compromise that made Missouri a slave state in exchange for making Maine a free state.
a) Missouri Compromise b) Compromise of 1850 c) Compromise of Promise d) Kansas-Nebraska Act
This act gave the territories of Kansas and Nebraska a choice to decide if they wanted to be a free or slave territory.
a) Compromise of 1850 b) Compromise of Hope c) Kansas-Nebraska Act d) Kansas Treaty of 1850
This is the belief that the rights of the state are more important or equal to the rights of the nation.
a) states' beliefs b) states' rights c) popular sovereignty d) Georgia Platform
What was the Georgia Platform?
a) Georgia's response to the Election of 1860 b) Georgia's response to the Compromise of 1850 c) Georgia's response to the Kansas-Nebraska Act d) Georgia's response to the Missouri Compromise
Which states supported slavery?
a) Southern states b) Northern states c) d)
Who became president in 1860?
a) John Brekinridge b) Abraham Lincoln c) Stephen Douglas d) John Bell
Who did the South vote for in the Election of 1860?
a) John Bell b) Abraham Lincoln c) Stephen Douglas d) John Breckinridge
What does secede mean?
a) To break away b) To join c) To create war d) To start anew
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