U.S. History: Did I get the answers right? Answer Bank at end (some aren't used) thank you!?

Q: came from the split over the Kansas- Nebraska Act- belief in free soil for newly acquired territories A: Republican Party created Q: Douglas's response to reconciling popular sovereignty with the Dred Scott decision- slavery cannot exist without supportive legislation and territorial legislatures could refrain from passing a slave code if they did not want it A: Lincoln- Douglas Debates Q:a proposal to prohibit slavery and free black people in territories from Mexico A: Wilmot Provisio Q: pro-slavery versus free-soil in Kansas- some violence occurred A: Bloody Kansas Q: most successful American slave revolt- Southerners believed that radical abolitionist efforts had encouraged this A: Nat-Turner Rebellion Q: played a significant role in black antislavery activity- spoke at a women's convention- faced double discrimination based on race and sex A: Sojourner Truth Q:The US received the Mexican Cession- established the Rio Grande as the border between Texas and Mexico A: Texas Annexation Q:cased by more conservative credit policies of the 2nd Bank of the US-national bank called in loans, state banks had to do the same, land speculators could not pay and banks failed A: Panic of 1819 Q:U.S. bullied around Spain in order to gain Spanish Florida and norther lands of Pacific Coast A: Adams-Onis Treaty Q: Group that believed in destroying "special privilege"- states rights and limited federal government- tolerated more diverse life styles- laissez faire- strict constructionists A: Democratic Party Q: Man of the people- intolerant of opposition- experienced military man- removal of Indians- believed nullification to be threat to the Union A: Andrew Jackson Q: Group that believed in active governments support- moral and religious conformity- loose constructionists- nationalism (rallied support as those who opposed Jackson) A:Whig Party Q: The Union gained one free and one slave state through this- foreshadowed trouble in the future over the slavery issue and states rights A:Compromise of 1850 WORD BANK: -Adams-Onis Treaty -Missouri Compromise -Panic of 1819 -John Quincy Adams -Daniel Webster -James Monroe -Nullification Crisis -Panic of 1837 -Martin Van Buren -Whig Party -Democratic Party -Treaty of Hidalgo -Texas Annexed -Compromise of 1850 -Republican Party Created -"Sociology of the South" -Wilmot Provisio -Lincoln-Douglass Debates -Know-Nothing Party -James Buchanan -Lecompton Constitution -Freeport Doctrine -Franklin Pierce -John Tyler -James K. Polk -Zachary Taylor

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