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Leading to civil war

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Northwest Ordinance of.... 1787
Northwest Ordinance:5,000 free men create... A legislature
What is a legislature? A law making body
Northwest Ordinance: When you have 60,000 people you can... Become a State
Northwest Ordinance: What did it do? Banned slavery north of Ohio River
Northwest Ordinance: What States were who's? Ohio,Indiana,and Kentucky=free Tennessee,Louisiana,and Mississippi=slave
The Tallmadge Amendment: What year? 1819
The Tallmadge Amendment: Purpose To make territory of Missouri part of the Union
The Tallmadge Amendment: House of Representatives... Approved amendment
The Tallmadge Amendment: Senate... Did not approve
Missouri Compromise: What year 1820
Missouri Compromise: Landmark? An imaginary line that separated the North and South
Missouri Compromise: Missouri was a... slave state in the Union
Missouri Compromise: Maine was a free state
Nat Turner: What year? 1831
Nat Turner: Led What? A rebellion
Nat Turner: Promoted what? the North's cause/no slavery
Nat Turner: Left what? an impression
Nat Turner: Changed what? perspectives
California: What year? 1849
California: Wanted to be a... free state
California: Should be a... slave state
Compromise of... 1850
Compromise of 1850: Stated? California should be a free state
Compromise of 1850: North got... California
Compromise of 1850: South got... Utah and New Mexico
The Fugitive slave law: What year 1851
The Fugitive slave law: Under Law... Slaves had little rights Anyone who helped slaves would be put in jail
The Fugitive slave law: Resulted in... Slave Hunters
The Fugitive slave law: Perspective of North... Did not want law because they would be put in jail.
The Fugitive slave law: Perspective of South... Wanted law but thought that property would not be taken back to them.
Created by: samanthasayre