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The man who led a raid on Harper's Ferry, Virginia
a) Frederick Douglas
b) Dred Scott
c) John Brown
d) Nat Turner

A slave who has runaway is called
a) Casualty
b) Fugitive
c) Dodger
d) Ironclad

Southerner's viewed Stowe's book Uncle Tom's Cabin as
a) A primary source
b) An accurate picture of Southern life
c) A great work of literature
d) Propaganda

Who escaped from slavery to become a famous abolitionist?
a) Frederick Douglas
b) John Brown
c) William Lloyd Garrison
d) Jefferson Davis

To give someone freedom
a) Graduate
b) Emancipate
c) Draft
d) Secede

In the Kansas-Nebraska Act, the principle of popular sovereignty allowed
a) No voting by border states
b) The population of each territory to vote on the issue of slavery
c) Kansas would be a slave state and Nebraska would be a free state
d) The issue of slavery would be decided by Congress

California entered the Union as a free state as part of the
a) Missouri Compromise
b) Wilmot Proviso
c) Kansas-Nebraska Act
d) Compromise of 1850

Who was a slave who sued for his freedom?
a) Frank Scott
b) Bob Scott
c) Dred Scott
d) Robert Scott

In the Lincoln-Douglas debates, Abraham Lincoln
a) supported the idea of popular sovereignty
b) supported the Fugitive Slave Act
c) gained support that helped him defeat Douglas for the Senate in 1858
d) insisted that the territories be kept free from slavery

What novel of the 1800's condemned slavery and its effect on slave families?
a) The Liberator
b) Uncle Tom's Cabin
c) Leaves of Grass
d) The Crisis

Who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin?
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Harriet Beecher Stowe
c) William Lloyd Garrison
d) Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Which of the following was a point made in the Dred Scott decision?
a) congress could prohibit slavery in any territory
b) slavery was legal in all of the United States
c) slaves were property, even if they lived in free territory
d) slaves were citizens

What means a war between opposing groups of citizens of the same country?
a) total war
b) secede
c) Habeas corpus
d) civil war

What means false or misleading information that is spread to further a cause?
a) propaganda
b) popular sovereignty
c) emancipate
d) neutral

What means to withdraw?
a) siege
b) cede
c) secede
d) draft

what meant that the people in the territory or state would vote directly on issues rather than having their elected representatives decide?
a) secede
b) popular sovereignty
c) propaganda
d) Habeas corpus

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