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|Supportive of the practice of slavery
|A free-soul or unionist guerrilla in Kansas and Missouri during the border disputes.
|Missouri settlers who crossed into Kansas to influence the outcome of the issue of slavery in Kansas
|Missouri settlers who raided antislavery settlements in Kansas
|Opposed to the practice of slavery
|David Rice Atchison
|A U.S. senator from Missouri
|An abolitionist from Connecticut
|The sheriff of Douglas County
|An antislavery U.S. representative from Indiana
|The first territorial governer
|He led a group of settlers from Massachusetts to Kansas Territory under the guidance New England Emigrant Aid Company
|Harriet Beecher Stowe
|American abolitionist and author
|Henry Ward Beecher
|An abolitionist in the mid 1870's
|A slave that sued the government for his slavery
|The 16th President of the United States Of America, and an anti slavery supporter
|Rule by the People
|The Underground Railroad
|A network of safe houses that helped slaves escape
|An official count or survey of a population
|A mail service delivering messages, newspapers, and mail
|Fugitive Slave Act
|Anyone who came across a runaway slave had to immediately return it to their owner or commit treason
|Missouri comes in as a slave state, and Maine comes in as a free state
|Compromise of 1850
|the Fugitive Slave Act was amended and the slave trade in Washington, D.C., was abolished
|Allowed people in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery
|Why Was It Hard To Make A Government In Kansas Territory?
|both Pro Slavery AND Anti Slavery wanted to have their own government, so they couldn't decide which one to have
|How Did Kansas Gain The Nickname "Bleeding Kansas?"
|From all the violence and fighting
|Why Did Border-Ruffians From Missouri Vote In The Election In Kansas?
|So that they were sure that the outcome would be the one that they wanted
|Under Which Constitution Did Kansas Become A State?