The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response

The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
The Lead Up to Conflict - the Election of 1860 & Lincoln's Response
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This lesson has students analyze the election of 1860, while filling in the gaps of why this election was so divisive between the Northern States and Southern States. It also takes a closer look at Lincoln's thinking on the issue of secession by the Southern States by analyzing his inaugural address and asking the students to closely analyze portions of his inaugural address to come to a conclusion about his view on the issue of secession.
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6 pages
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1 hour
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