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Cards in this guide (18)
Who were the first European settlers in the United States

the first European settlers in the United States were Spanish

Answerthe first European settlers in the United States were Spanish

NO WAY REALLY????

In the 1800s many people in the North moved to

(cities)

The North gave up its demand for an end to slavery in all the territories Congress passed a new stricter fugitive slave law

true

Describes the feeling of likeness with people of one's own region and difference from people of other regions

Sectionalism

from J LO K.S.B.

The Louisiana Purchase included land that was located west of the Mississippi River and included how many acres of land

Over 1/2 Billion

South Carolina Congressman argued that a state had a right to not follow a federal law that did not uphold the principles of the Constitution for that state

John C. Calhoun

As the first colonists began to raise on huge areas of land they needed an inexpensive reliable labor force

(Tobacco)

South Carolina stood by its position concerning its rights as a state

(True)

In the South several crops were important at first but later became the most important

(Cotton)

At the beginning of the 1800s the US had been a nation for years

(a few)

Rivers and made it easy to ship crops out of the South and bring in other products

(canals)

The Great Compromiser wrote the Compromise Tariff of 1833 which greatly reduced the tariff duties

(Henry Clay)

The Southern became strong and prosperous

economy

Once the indenture was finished serving his or her time he or she was still not free

false

Cotton became one of the main crops in the Southern economic system and the South became known as the

it is cotton kingdom (a+answer)

The large farms in the south were called blank

The large farms in the south were called plantations. Many had slaves working on them.

What People within each section began to feel more

A++ united :)

Who Was the belief that the US was destined to stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.

Manifest Destiny

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The problem of slavery came to be an issue in 1819 when asked to join the Union

Forced congress to decide if slavery would be allowed in regions west of the mississippi

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US Civil War

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Who warned that a civil war would result if any state left the Union

Who was Favored in the South as a candidate for President in 1824 but was too ill to campaign much

In order to meet labor supply demands some factories

Asked Spain to give the US some Texas land and promised to bring in American settlers

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In the 1800s many people in the North moved to

Under this idea voters in a territory could decide whether or not to allow slavery in their state

The new political party that formed as a result of the debate over slavery was the

Who warned that a civil war would result if any state left the Union

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In the 1800s many people in the North moved to

Under this idea voters in a territory could decide whether or not to allow slavery in their state

The new political party that formed as a result of the debate over slavery was the

Who warned that a civil war would result if any state left the Union

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Who were the first European settlers in the United States

In the 1800s many people in the North moved to

Who warned that a civil war would result if any state left the Union

The strong feeling of loyalty to a state or section instead of to the whole country is called

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