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As the 19th century progressed, the United States became increasingly divided between North and South, largely revolving around the issue of slavery. Write an essay that traces both the attempts in Congress to “resolve” this longstanding debate over slavery AND the attempts by enslaved people and abolitionists to fight the existence of slavery. Your thesis statement (argument) must address the following central question: How important was the issue of slavery in the events leading up to the Civil War, and at what point did war over the issue become “inevitable”? You must use the following key terms: (1) Domestic Slave Trade / Missouri Compromise of 1820; (2) Nat Turner’s Revolt / William Lloyd Garrison / Elijah Lovejoy; (3) Gag Rule / Proslavery Argument; and (4) Compromise of 1850 / Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 / Republican Party / Bleeding Kansas.

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Outside sources For this essay assignment, you may ONLY use the following:

 

The Give Me Liberty! textbook

The American Perspectives e-reader (you will be required to incorporate at least ONE primary source from American Perspectives)

You must use these sources American Perspectives, “Nat Turner Rebellion (1831),” pp. 465-466 and American Perspectives, “Murder of Lovejoy (1837),” pp. 482-483

 

 

 

 

The essay must meet the following formatting requirements:

 

The essay must be double-spaced.

The font must be 12-point Times New Roman.

The margins must be 1-inch on all sides.

The essay must be saved as a Word (.doc or .docx) file. No other file formats will be accepted on Canvas.

You MUST include Chicago style footnote citations throughout the essay showing where you got your information from. Nothing should be left uncited! See below for citation instructions. Although you need footnotes, you do NOT need a works cited page.

 

CITATIONS: You must use Chicago style FOOTNOTES (no MLA or APA parenthetical citations). If you do not know how to insert footnotes into a Word document, see the following website:

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