Search the internet for a primary source on one of the above-listed catalytic events leading up to the Civil War (making sure another cohort-mate hasn’t already selected the primary source you intend to use).
Identify the catalyst, and the title of the primary source (you can give it a title if it doesn’t already have one), and provide your cohort-mates with a hyperlink to the source.
Provide a brief summary of your primary source.
Explain how the primary source explains the catalytic event it is meant to represent (i.e. how does the newspaper article explain “Bleeding Kansas”).
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