SAQs for APUSH Topic 5.5 — Sectional Conflict

In the years leading up to the Civil War, Americans had a seriously and protracted arguement over the issue of immigration.

In the years leading up to the Civil War, Americans had a seriously and protracted arguement over the issue of slavery.

In the years leading up to the Civil War, Americans had a seriously and protracted arguement over the issue of states' rights.

Regional Differences in the Years Leading up to the Civil War
Nativism in the Years Leading up to the Civil War
Causes of Sectional Conflict in the Years Leading up to the Civil war
Immigration and Slavery in the Years Leading up to the Civil War
The Free Soil Party Movement
Why Southerners Thought Slavery was a Positive Good
The Story Behind Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Uncle Tom’s Cabin (PBS)
The End of the Second Party System
The Second Party System

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Peter Paccone

Peter Paccone

High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.