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Period 5: 1844-1877

APUSH: ARC (Theme), GEO (Theme), NAT (Theme), PCE (Theme), SOC (Theme), WOR (Theme)
APUSH: GEO (Theme), KC‑5.1.I.A (KC), KC‑5.1.I.B (KC), KC‑5.1.I.D (KC), KC‑5.1.I.E (KC), Unit 5: Learning Objective B
APUSH: KC‑5.1.I.C (KC), KC‑5.1.II.C (KC), Unit 5: Learning Objective C, WOR (Theme)
APUSH: KC‑5.2.II.B.ii (KC), KC‑5.2.II.C (KC), PCE (Theme), Unit 5: Learning Objective G
APUSH: KC‑5.2.II.D (KC), PCE (Theme), Unit 5: Learning Objective H
APUSH: KC‑5.3.II.D (KC), KC‑5.3.II.E (KC), NAT (Theme), Unit 5: Learning Objective L
APUSH: KC‑5.1 (KC), KC‑5.1.I (KC), KC‑5.1.II (KC), KC‑5.2 (KC), KC‑5.2.I (KC), KC‑5.2.II (KC), KC‑5.3 (KC), KC‑5.3.I (KC), KC‑5.3.II.i (KC), Unit 5: Learning Objective M

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A house divided against itself cannot stand. The United States could no longer remain half-slave and half-free, and the ensuing war over the fate of slavery ripped apart the nation.