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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Timeline Infographic LOREM 1820 Missouri Compromise- allowing missouri's admittance as a state while admitting Maine as a free state, keeping the balance between slave and free. A proposal to congress that specified that slavery should be prohibited in any lands that might be acquired from Mexico. 1846 mid 1850's Popular Sovereignty- idea that government is subject to the will of the people, the idea that people living in a territory had the right to decide by voting if slavery would be allowed there. Kansas Nebraska act 1854 Republican Party Fred Scott sued for his freedom from slavery Dred Scott Case 1857 compromise of 1850 consisted of laws admitting California as a free state, creating Utah and New Mexico territories with the question of slavery to be determined by popular sovereignty, settling a Texas-New Mexico dispute over boundary in Texas's favor, ends slave trade in DC, and makes it easier for southerners to recover fugitive slaves. an act that allowed the people living in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska to decide for themselves whether or not they would allow slavery in the regions. repealed the Missouri compromise. 1854-1861 series of violent political wars between free staters and border ruffians in Kansas Bleeding Kansas Charles Sumner- American politician and senator from Massachusetts. Preston Brooks- democratic rep from South Carolina. Political party formed to combat the Kansas Nebraska act, was against slavery 1859 John Brown led 18 abolitionists on a raid on Harper's Ferry Virginia, looking for the Arsenal. 1860- Lincoln is elected Southern states threatened to leave the union.
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