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Compromise of 1850. Fugitive Slave Law of 1850
Key words include:
⭐ Compromise of 1850
⭐ Fugitive Slave Law of 1850
⭐ Civil War
This PowerPoint presentation examines:
► Why California is a problem when it asks to be admitted into the Union
► Examining why it was so important in Congress to maintain a balance of free and slave states
► Henry Clay and John Calhoun and their differing ideas about slavery
► The five areas of the Compromise of 1850
► Slave Codes and their impact on the slave population
► The Fugitive Slave Law and its impact on northerners
Overarching Question for this PowerPoint presentation (Thinking Focus Question):
❔ What were the results of the Compromise of 1850?
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Here are other lessons in this unit you may be interested in:
Lesson 1: Northern Industry v Cotton Kingdom
Lesson 2: Nat Turner Slave Codes
Lesson 3: Reformers and the Underground Railroad
Lesson 4: Missouri Compromise
Lesson 5: Compromise of 1850
Lesson 6: Kansas Nebraska Act Bleeding Kansas
Lesson 7: Dred Scott Decision
Lesson 8: Lincoln Douglas Debates
Lesson 9: Fort Sumter Southern Secession
UNIT: Slavery and a Dividing Nation
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