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Civil War lead up

Compromise of 1850 Is when California asked to be admitted as a free state into the Union. Many Southerners opposed.
Kansas Nebraska Act They had new territory from the land the gain from the war, Mexican section .Steven Douglas created the act. Allowed people that were settling to decide if slavery should be legal or illegal. It is called the popular sovereignty
Bleeding Kansas When the South Carolina representative beat the senator of MA, he was against slavery.
Dred Scott A slave who was taken to Illinois and slavery was prohibited there.
John Brown A white American abolitionist. He went to Kansas from the north to try to get it to be a free from slavery. Was getting followers to create a war against slavery. Him and his team were killed or captured by some federal soldiers by Colonel Robert E. Lee
Election of Lincoln He was chosen by Republicans.
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