What effect did the Compromise of 1850 do to slavery in California Mexico?
they dived it from the salve state
The Missouri Compromise basically gave the pro-slaver states Missouri, and gave the non- slavery states Maine. This Compromise also enacted the 36-30 (36 Degrees North- 30 minutes) which made all states that entered the Union south of that line pro- slavery. This worked until they got to California, which the refused to split into two separate states. The working out of this can be found in the Compromise of 1850.
The Dred Scott case decision in 1857 by the US Supreme Court did not actively effect the 1850 Missouri Compromise. The Compromise had been negated by the Kansas Nebraska Act of 1854.What was effected was the Court's ruling that the US Congress could not pass legislation on slavery. Slavery was property and was constitutional according to the ruling of the Court. Scott never became a freeman.
At the time of the Missouri Compromise, there was strong disagreement between people who were pro-slavery and those who were anti-slavery. Various territories, such as Missouri, Arkansas, and Maine, were trying to become states, but there was great concern over whether the new states would be slave states or free. The compromise mapped out which land would have slaves allowed, and which would not. In effect it gave pro-slave people the right to retain slaves…
In the over-heated political atmosphere, dominated by extremists, only the compromise candidate Lincoln was electable. But even he couldn't keep the country out of war. South Carolina immediately seceded. A final compromise was offered to Lincoln, but he rejected it because it would have allowed some extension of slavery.
The Dred Scott decision repealed the Missouri Compromise because it was said to deny a man's right to property and that it is unconstitutional. The decision legalized slavery everywhere, and the Missouri Compromise said that there equal free states and slave states, and so now all states are slave states.
Did the Kansas-Nebraska Act temporarily suspend the Missouri Compromise until the Kansas territory could determine the status of slavery?
No. The effect of the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854) was to supersede (nullify) the Missouri Compromise, rendering it inapplicable to future states. The geographical division was not applied, but rather "popular sovereignty" within a state would decide the issue of slavery there. This resulted in internecine warfare in the states of Kansas and Missouri, and murderous attacks by both sides (abolitionists and pro-slavery). The Missouri Compromise (1820) was never actually repealed per se.
What effect did the Dred Scott Supreme Court case have on Dred Scott's freddom and on the Missouri Compromise?
Scott didn't win his freedom and the decision reinforced the idea that slaves were property. The Missouri Compromise was a blow to the southern states to gain more slave states. I don't think the Scott decision added anything to the compromise, but it did entrench slavery in the states where it existed.
It admitted Maine, the northern region of what was then Massachusetts, into the Union as a separate (free) state. The reason this was done was to balance the number of "slave states" and "free states." This only occurred as a result of a compromise involving slavery in Missouri, and in the federal territories of the American west.