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Causes of the Civil

What were the three parts of the Missouri compromise #1:Maine would enter the Union as a free state #2:Missouri would enter the Union as a slave state #3:Any land above the 36-30 parallel line would be free territory
How did the Missouri compromise lead to the civil war By adding more states to the Union, they were adding more people to further the arguing over slavery
What year was the Missouri compromise made 1820
What state did the Compromise of 1850 allow to enter the union free California
What did the Compromise of 1850 give Utah and New Mexico The right to choose if they wanted to be free or slave states
What did the compromise of 1850 establish the boarder between. Texas and the United States
What did the Compromise of 1850 abolish Slave trade in Washington D.C.
What did the Compromise of 1850 ammend The Fugitive Slave Act
How did the compromise of 1850 lead to the civil war When California entered the Union it upset the balance between free and slave states. Thus, ending the status quo of trying to keep it equal.
Who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe
When was Uncle Tom's Cabin published 1851
Why was Uncle Tom's Cabin written To show the people in the North how bad slavery really was.
How did the Uncle Tom's Cabin lead to the civil war This made a larger divide in the outlook on slavery
When was the Kansas-Nebraska Act put into place 1854
The Kansas-Nebraska Act split the land west of Missouri into what two territories and allowed them to do what It split the land into Kansas and Nebraska. It allowed them to choose to be free or slave states.
How did the Kansas-Nebraska Act lead to the Civil War Fighting broke out in Kansas when people went there to vote on whether they would be free or slave territories. It went from using words to fight to using violence.
When did the Dred Scott trail take place 1857
What was Dred Scott trying to do Sue his master for his freedom, because he had been to a free state with his master and he wasn't considered free
What was the result of the Dred Scott decision They said that he shouldn't have been allowed to present his case because he wasn't a citizen, he was considered property
How did the Dred Scott decision lead to the civil war If slaves were considered property that means the owners could take them anywhere. This gave people the right to take the slaves into the north
Who was John Brown and what did he do John Brown was an abolitionist who wanted to raid Harper's ferry. He planned that he would take over the armory and the slaves around the raid and start an uprising. His plan worked at first but no slaves came to their aid and their plan failed.
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