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Did California agree with slavery?

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No, they wanted no part of it

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There was a time that the north had slaves, but in general, they did not agree with slavery. The south was abundant with slaves.


No, and he wrote "African Slavery in America" which was about how the colonists should abolish slavery.


Yes they did. Abraham Lincoln banned slavery from slave states that included California.


California was admitted to the Union as free state.


The reason why California becoming a state was an issue was of the debate over slavery, the south wanted slaves in California and the west was against slavery


They agreed that it would take a while to agree on what they would do with the slaves. The North and South did not think about the slave the same. North didn't want it South Wanted Slavery.


To address the conflict over slavery


Lincoln did not agree with slavery but did not want to end it and take it away from states that allowed slavery.


The states did not agree on slavery. The Northern states didn't need it and thought it was horrible. While the South relied heavily on it and didn't want it to be taken away from them. Which sparked the Civil War.


The Puritans did agree with slavery. They saw it as in agreement with the Bible, but slavery in the Massachusetts colonies was regarded as slightly less harsh than the slavery in the southern colonies because the Puritans also believed that it was their responsibility to provide for the slaves' well being, both physically and spiritually.Source: http://www.usconstitution.net/consttop_slav.html


because northerns and southerners didn't agree on slavery


so what he did was that he called your momma


California entered the Union as a free state in 1850.


California entered the Union as a free state in 1850.


The Northern states did not agree with slavery. The Southern states wanted what the Northern states had but did not want to do the work, so they made slaves do the work. The Northern states did not agree with slavery. The Southern states wanted what the Northern states had but did not want to do the work, so they made slaves do the work.


It was the South that accepted slavery as their culture, but importing slaves came through different areas of the States. New Jersey was against slavery! There were indeed slaves in NJ.


he had none. john Adams didn't agree with slavery



Deal with slavery. They could not agree on how to change or end it, so they did nothing.


To address the sectional conflict over slavery



The California Indenture Act of 1850 set forth regulations for slavery. The Act set forth regulations that made slavery legal in certain situations.


First, a single line of latitude, with slavery banned anywhere North of the line, but permitted South of it. Then the admission of California as free soil, in exchange for the creation of two smaller slave-states and the introduction of the Fugitive Slave Act. Finally, to allow the people of each new state to vote for or against slavery ('Popular Sovereignty')



Mostly they agreed to rejoin the USA and give up slavery. The union also made them agree to Reconstruction.



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