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Civil War

Which two states were involved in the Missouri Compromise? Missouri and Maine.
What were Maine and Missouri brought into the Union as? Maine as a free state and Missouri a slave state.
The other territories would be divided into slave states and free states using the what line? The 36*30 line. Anything North is free, South is slave.
How did the Missouri Compromise lead to the Civil War? The 36*30 line would be sectioning off the states into free and slave states now.
The Compromise of 1850 made California a free state while Utah and New Mexico did what? Utah and New Mexico could s=choose if they wanted to be a slave or free state.
What did the Fugitive Slave Act do? The Fugitive slave act made the North, by law, to return any runaway slaves.
What was banned in the District of Columbia? Slave Trade
How did the Compromise of 1850 lead to the Civil War? Balance will go to the Northern States.
Who was the author of Uncle Toms Cabin? Harriet Beecher Stowe.
What was Uncle Toms Cabin about? Antislavery and it depicts the cruelty of slavery in the South.
How did Uncle Toms Cabin lead to the Civil War? Its use of emotion to end slavery, it told stories of what happened to slaves and that it was wrong.
What did the Kansas-Nebraska Act do? It allowed each territory to choose if they were a slave state or free state.
What happened because they could choose if they were a free or slave state by voting? Both Pro and Anti-Slavery groups moved to Kansas to swing the vote.
How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act lead to the Civil War? States could now vote if they were free or slave states, people would go swing the vote and take weapons leading to fights.
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