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Border States that allowed slavery but did not secede from the Union. Row 1, Border States that allowed slavery but did not secede from the Union. Row 1, Col 1

Fugitive Slave Act Law that said that escaped slaves could be returned to their Fugitive Slave Act Law that said that escaped slaves could be returned to their owners. 1, 2

Impressments British captured American soldiers and forced them to serve in the British Navy. Impressments British captured American soldiers and forced them to serve in the British Navy. A major cause of the War of 1812 1, 3

Texas War for Independence War between Mexico and Texas which was fought over slavery, Texas War for Independence War between Mexico and Texas which was fought over slavery, language and religious differences. 1, 4

Abolition The movement to end slavery. 2, 1 Abolition The movement to end slavery. 2, 1

Boycotting Refusing to buy goods and services 2, 2 Boycotting Refusing to buy goods and services 2, 2

Monroe Doctrine The “declaration of independence” from Europe which warned European nations not to Monroe Doctrine The “declaration of independence” from Europe which warned European nations not to claim any additional territory in the US. 2, 3

Decoration (Memorial) Day A federal holiday that began at the end of the Civil Decoration (Memorial) Day A federal holiday that began at the end of the Civil War to honor those who died. 2, 4

Gettysburg Battle site of the American Civil War. Turning point of the war. 3, Gettysburg Battle site of the American Civil War. Turning point of the war. 3, 1

Gadsden Purchase Land purchased by the US from Mexico to complete a transcontinental railroad. Gadsden Purchase Land purchased by the US from Mexico to complete a transcontinental railroad. 3, 2

Lone Star Republic Texas was called before joining the US 3, 3 Lone Star Republic Texas was called before joining the US 3, 3

Compromise of 1850 Ended slave trade in Washington DC 3, 4 Compromise of 1850 Ended slave trade in Washington DC 3, 4

Emancipation Proclamation Abe Lincoln declared that slaves in rebelling states were free 4, 1 Emancipation Proclamation Abe Lincoln declared that slaves in rebelling states were free 4, 1

Seneca Falls Convention A group of people who got together to discuss women’s rights Seneca Falls Convention A group of people who got together to discuss women’s rights 4, 2

Brown v Board of Education of Kansas Court ruling that legally ended segregation 4, Brown v Board of Education of Kansas Court ruling that legally ended segregation 4, 3

Radical Republicans People that felt southern states needed to make big changes before they Radical Republicans People that felt southern states needed to make big changes before they could be readmitted into the Union. They wanted to punish former Confederates. Opposed slavery. 4, 4

Black Codes Laws that limited the freedoms of African Americans 5, 1 Black Codes Laws that limited the freedoms of African Americans 5, 1

Bleeding Kansas People of Kansas had their own civil war in trying to decide Bleeding Kansas People of Kansas had their own civil war in trying to decide if they would be a free state or a slave state. 5, 2

Kitchen Cabinet Informal advisors used during a president’s administration. 5, 3 Kitchen Cabinet Informal advisors used during a president’s administration. 5, 3

Abraham Lincoln Who was the President during the Civil War? 5, 4 Abraham Lincoln Who was the President during the Civil War? 5, 4