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    Pre-Civil War Events

    Ohio in the Civil War

    Politics and Protest

    Morgan’s Raiders

    Hodge Podge

  • Many Ohioans sought fortune here.

  • California

  • This was issued during the Compromise of 1850

    to calm the proslavery South

  • Fugitive Slave Law of 1850

  • One of the three stipulations in the

    Fugitive Slave Law of 1850

  • 1.Federal offense to interfere in the

    capture and return of fugitive slaves

    2.Required citizens to assist Federal Marshals when

    called upon 3.Fine was $1,000

  • •The Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 inspired her to write the novel •The stories that she heard from runaway slaves and Underground Railroad conductors while she lived in Cincinnati formed the basis of her book

  • Harriet Beecher Stowe

  • •Issues of slavery would be decided upon “popular sovereignty” under this Act •This would overturn the earlier Missouri Compromise which prohibited slavery in this area

  • Kansas-Nebraska Act

  • Won the Presidential Election of 1860

  • Abraham Lincoln

  • President of the Confederate States of America

  • Jefferson Davis

  • First shots of the Civil War were fired here

  • Fort Sumter

  • Ohio’s Governor at the outbreak of the Civil War who had to deal with the initial organization of the States militia

  • Gov. William Dennison

  • •Stated that slaves in those areas still in rebellion

    against the US would be free

    •Did not free slaves in border states or in Union

    occupied areas •Converted the war into a “war to free the slaves”

  • Emancipation Proclamation

  • With the passage of this, a man could avoid service by

    paying a $300 commutation fee or

    by hiring a substitute

  • The Federal Conscription Act

    1863

  • Hundreds of Ohio blacks went to this Bay State to enroll in their black regiments

  • Massachusetts

  • Major General Ambrose Burnside issued this, labeling two classes of “enemies of our country”

  • General Order No. 38

  • One of two Union victories that were said to have turned the tide of the war

  • Vicksburg and Gettysburg

  • One of Ohio’s most famous anti-war protesters who was arrested and then later sent behind southern lines to the Confederacy

  • Vallandigham

  • Morgan’s Raiders entered Ohio near

    here…

  • Cincinnati or Hamilton-Butler

    County Line

  • The only battle of the Civil War fought on Ohio’s

    soil

  • The Battle of Buffington

    Island

  • The Confederate goal of Morgan’s

    Raid

  • To cause disorder among the Union

    military or show that the North was

    vulnerable

  • The Ohio town where Morgan will surrender

  • West Point

  • The Prison where Morgan will be held and eventually

    escape from

  • Camp Chase

  • One of two places we talked about where John Brown will display his anti-slavery viewpoint

  • Bleeding Kansas or

    Harper’s Ferry

  • The court case which decided that the federal government did not have the power to limit where

    citizens could take their property, including slaves

  • Dred Scott v. Sandford

  • Won the Presidential

    Election of 1856

  • Buchanan

  • Lincoln’s political party

  • Republican

  • Ohio concentrated its defenses on these two

    items

  • Cincy and RR