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Civil War

The Missouri Compromise (1820) Maine enters the Union as a Free State. Missouri enters the Union as a Slave State. 36`30 line:North is free South is Slave.Continue the Status quo by trying to keep slave and free states equal in number.This creates a larger divide between free and slave
Compromise of 1850 California enters the Union as a Free state.D.C. bands slave trade, Fugitive Slave act is strengthened.The territories of New Meico and Utah to choose Free or Slave(PopularSoverignty).Status quo of equal number of Free and Slave States.
Uncle Tom’s Cabin published, 1851 The story is about slaves living on plantation. She talks about the hard life that slaves lived. The reason for this book was to create a emotional response for people to help these slaves. The book makes the South seem that they were mislead in the book.
The Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854 Kansas and Nebraska when they applied for Statehood were given Popular Sovereignty and antislavery groups pour into Kansas to swing the vote and violence break out on “BleedingKansas".This moved the fight over slavery to one of words to one of violence.
The Dred Scott decision, 1857 Slave who sued his master for his freedom. He claimed that because he lived in a free state he should also be free. It makes it to the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court said A.A. were not citizens. Also said that slaves were property.
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