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15 Cards in this Set

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The ending of slavery
Popular Sovereignty
The idea that the authority of government comes from the people.
Cotton Gin
Hand operated machine that cleans seeds and other unwanted material from cotton
Erie Canal
Opened in 1825, increased western trade and migration
Threshing Machine
Seperates kernals of wheat from husks
McCormick Reaper
Cyrus McCormick's reaper was patened in 1834 and was used to cut ripe grain.
To withdraw from an organization or alliance
Abraham Lincoln
*Leader or the North during the Civil War
*Assassinated in 1865 by John Wilkes Booth
George McClellan
Commander of the Union army under President Lincoln
Ulysses S. Grant
Commander that took charge after the Union was defeated at the Battle of Bull Run.
*Strike hard and often-Get at your enemy when you can
Stonewall Jackson
Commander of the Confederate army during their victory at the First Battle of Bull Run.
George Meade
Initial commander of the Confederate troops.
Ambrose Burnside
Replacement commander for George McClellan appointed by Abraham Lincoln.
*Ultimately proved to be a disappointment as well.
Robert E. Lee
Commander of the Confederate army
John Brown
Extreme Abolitionist