For test five be sure to know about:
3.Elizabeth Cady Stanton
9.The American Temperance Society
15.What the proliferation of new institutions during the antebellum era demonstrated
18.The American Colonization Society
20.An Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World
22.William Lloyd Garrison
23.Thoughts on African Colonization
24.Antislavery movement’s mass constituency
25.The Fourth of July to Frederick Douglass
26.The “gag rule”
28.Women’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls
30.The Liberty Party
31.The Whig Party
32.The North Star Party
33.The Republican Party
34.The African-American Party
36.The North’s emerging middle-class culture
37.Catholics and the temperance movement.
38.Tax-supported school systems
39.The colonization idea and returning to Africa.
40.Nearly all abolitionists, despite their militant language, rejected violence as a means of ending slavery.
42.The revolutionary heritage.
43.Mob attacks and attempts to limit abolitionists’ freedom of speech 44.Public speaking for women
45.American Temperance Organization.
46.The women’s “sphere.”
47.The demand that women should enjoy the rights to regulate their own sexual activity and procreation
48.Thomas Crawford’s Statue of Freedom that adorns the Capitol dome
49.The number of people who had braved the western trails and emigrated to Oregon and California
53.Texas in the 1820s
54.“Fifty-four forty or fight”
56.The Mexican-American War
58.“Race” in the mid-nineteenth century
59.Freedom in California
60.The Wilmot Proviso
62.Free Soil Party
66.The Compromise of 1850
67.The fugitive slave law
68.The majority of the nearly five million immigrants that entered the United States between 1830 and 1860
69.The Republican Party
70.The Know-Nothing Party?
71.The Kansas-Nebraska Act
72.The Supreme Court ruling Dred Scott v. Sanford
73.The 1860 Republican platform
74.In spite of the controversy over the Statue of Freedom, Thomas Crawford refused to change his original design.
75.The issue of Texas annexation
76.The explosive population growth and competition for gold in California
77.The South’s support of the fugitive slave law and the federal government
78.The Appeal of the Independent Democrats
79.The development of railroads and economic integration of the Northeast and Northwest
80.The largest and second largest group of immigrants arriving in America during the antebellum era
82.The free labor ideology
85.The Lincoln-Douglas debates
86.“A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slave and half free.”
87.The 1860 presidential election