The pro slavery groups that went to kansas to try to keep slavery legal?
I'm not very sure what your question is. But pro-slavery men snuck over and burned building of Northerners or non-slavery people. They burned official buildings and murdered 5 people. This was called "Bleeding Kansas."
He was trying to keep slavery from spreading.
Their economy was based on slavery.
To keep slavery legal was their goal.
A) so a railroad from Chicago to the West Coast could be built B) to keep slavery out of Kansas and Nebraska C) so the fighting over slavery in Kansas would come to an end D) so the Free Soil Party would not secede from the Union
Who was a democrat who stated in the Freeport Doctrine that territories had a legal right to keep out slavery?
Stephen Douglas - Apex
He would rather keep the union together. with the south threatening to secede, he had no choice but to negotiate. He would keep slavery legal if it meant keeping America whole. He understood the how costly a war would be; and was.
You could call it pro-slavery. It replaced the various compromises, and simply put the slavery question to the vote in each territory waiting to be admitted to the Union. This was meant to appease the South, in order to keep them onside.
At first the south was defensive during war but they soon changed to offensive. They planned to win, & keep slavery legal.
The south wanted to keep slavery because there entire economy depended on slavery.
Slavery in those days was not looked on with the same distaste it is viewed with in the present day. So to include such things was not out of the ordinary. Thankfully times have changed, and such things would not happen today.
It was supposed to be on the dividing line between North and South. It was also supposed to be in a "Slave" state (Maryland) to try and keep slavery legal in the USA.
the Kansas Nebraska act went against the Missouri compromise. it allowed states to choose there positions on slavery based on popular sovereignty. this threw off balance of free and slave states. the Missouri compromise was placed to keep this balance, especially in politics. the slaveholding south felt that the north was trying to gin political and territorial control over the union.
the south wanted to keep salvery legal while people in the north wanted it outlawed. the south felt that the northen government was trying to destroy slavery and their way of life.
Most people in the colonies agreed with slavery and felt that it was necessary to keep a harsh control over them to prevent whites being overpowered. The few who did know that it was wrong formed groups but until later when the 13-15 amendments were written
Unless you have a permit, it is illegal to keep opossums as pets in the state of Kansas.
Pierce supported the passing of the Kansas- Nebraska Act that created the territories of Kansas and Nebraska but also let them decide whether to have slavery. Since Nebraska was certain to vote to be a free state Kansas would have to be slave state in order to keep the balance of slave and free states and both sides sent outsiders into Kansas to try to influence the election. Violence erupted and Pierce did not do… Read More
The Confederacy fought the war to keep slavery
Northerners did not believe in slavery, but southerners did. It was the southerners who kept slavery in the south.
The federal government comes out of Washington D.C. Confederate governments were created partly to keep slavery legal. The federal government controlled the Confederate states during Reconstruction.
Deliberate efforts to keep groups separate is cultural divergence.
Yes they were fighting about slavery. The north side of the U.S. was fighting against slavery and south was fighting to keep slavery. Boo slavery!
Border States were states on the border between the Union and Confederacy. The border states were loyal to the Union, but to keep them loyal, the Union kept slavery legal in them.
nothing. They agreed to keep slavery and kick out the British
It is legal to keep hermit crabs for pets but I am not sure about others.
It is legal to keep a venomous snake as a pet.
Free-Soilers were Northerners who wanted to contain slavery, as in keep it from spreading to new territories. Free-Soilers were alright with keeping the existing slavery where it was already prevalent. They're opinions were based on more political aspects. Abolitionists wanted to completely get rid of existing slavery and prevent it from becoming legal in new territories. They're opinions were based more on moral aspects.
the government could not decide wether slavery should not happen or keep klaves
Hayes they were proslavery because they wanted to keep slaves
No it is not legal
The East and South wanted to keep slaves
Eventually slavery moved out of the social arena and became a point of political contention. Slavery had always been a part of politics, with the constitution devoting three clauses to it, but it had also been ignored in order to keep political peace, and to keep the shaky union united. However, as the nation began to acquire new territory, slavery had to be openly discussed. Pro-slavery South did not want Abolitionist North to have more… Read More
They wanted to keep slavery because it played a large part in their income and also because they felt that there would be too many free blacks otherwise. :)
The Border War began and 1854 with the Kansas-Nebraska act, which allowed for the opening of the two territories, leaving it up to the voters in each state to decide rather slavery would be legal or prohibited. Most Kansans settlers favored slavery at this time and were more concerned with settling the territory then arguing over slavery issues. The majority of Missourians were made up of individuals loyal to Federal governmentwho approved of slavery but… Read More
They supported slavery because, though the south was very big on slavery, they wanted to still keep slavery for they could make money...
Ferrets are sold in Scotland. So they must be legal to keep as pets.
The South was fighting to keep slavery. The North was fighting to abolish slavery.
They live in groups to keep each other safe! And to fight predators! That's why they live in groups.!
Their both impossible to stop. People are going to keep doing it forever. Slavery has stopped in the us, but in Africia there is still slavery. Thanks for asking.
to keep healthy
Graville Sharp fought to abolish slavery by raging legal battles to keep the enslaved people from being taken out of England by force. He was also involved in the case of slave ship, Zong. He formed the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade together with Thomas Clarkson and nine Quakers until the act was passed in the year 1807.
There is no legal maximum time to keep commercial frozen food.
Yes, just like it is legal to keep a quarter, or a penny.
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to keep blacks from being free and to keep slavery in the south
The Southerners' fought the Civil War in an effort to promote their ideal of states' rights and to preserve their perceived right to keep slaves. Many Southerners felt that each state had the right to decide whether slavery would be legal there.
It made the Confederates think that if they won the war, they could keep slavery no matter what Abraham Lincoln said in the Emancipation Proclamation. So this war was a really big deal to the Confederates because they think it's their right to own slaves. Not only did Southerns believe that slavery was legal, so did the US Supreme Court in 1857. As was seen, it took until December of 1865 to pass the 13th… Read More
To secede and to keep slavery.