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Civil War Causes

QuestionAnswer
Maine enters as free state The Missouri Compromise
Missouri enters as a slave state. The Missouri Compromise
Louisiana territory 36’30 degrees latitude line The Missouri Compromise
Package of 5 bills which ended a four year confrontation Compromise of 1850
California enters the Union as a free state. Compromise of 1850
No slave trade in D.C. ,but if slave is caught there then they have to return them. Compromise of 1850
written by Harriet Beecher Stowe Uncle Tom’s Cabin
talks about the hard life slaves had to live. Uncle Tom’s Cabin
opened two new territories for settlement The Kansas-Nebraska Act
The pro and anti slavery groups pour into Kansas. Violence breaks out or “Bleeding Kansas”. The Kansas-Nebraska Act
African American slave taken by his owners, to free states so he decided to sue for his freedom. The Dred Scott decision
court said that because he was not a citizen and could not have the case in the first place. The Dred Scott decision
abolitionist who lead a slave revolt seizing a boat John Brown and Harper’s Ferry
He planned to capture the Federal armory at Harpers Ferry. John Brown and Harper’s Ferry
consisted of debating of such topics like slavery and other topics because both were running for senate in Illinois. Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Who wins the election of 1860 Lincoln
Created by: 18roubanesr