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mrs t's 8.1-8.2 conflicts & compromise and growing tensions

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what happened as a result of the Dred Scott decision abolitionists increased their efforts to free slaves
sectionalism, slavery and what were all causes of the civil war state's rights
the Kansas - Nebraska act established the concept of popular sovereignty
in the case of Dred Scott v. Sandford, the U.S. Supreme court ruled that extending slavery into new territories was within the law
the following all make up what? California admitted as a free state, fugitive slave act was passed, established Texas/New Mexico border, and the use of popular sovereignty in New Mexico and Utah Compromise of 1850
The Missouri Compromise drew an imaginary line across the United States. This line represented a boundary line between what pro-slavery and antislavery territories in 1820
popular sovereignty was the idea that a state's inhabitants could vote for or against slavery in their state
The Compromise of 1850, did not cancel what the Fugitive Slave Act
The Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Missouri Compromise had this in common they eased sectional tensions for a while
What were the terms of the Missouri Compromise Maine would be a free state, Missouri would be a slave state, and divided the land of the Louisiana Purchase north of 36 30 degrees closed to slavery
Slate's Rights, Slavery, Dred Scott, Nullification Crisis, John C Calhoun, Daniel Webster, Tariff of 1828, Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850 all dominated what era the Civil War Era
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