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Q: What led to the Kansas nebraska act?
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kansas nebraska act


Bill passed by congress in 1854 that led to violence?

Kansas-Nebraska Act!


What were the major crisis's that led from the Kansas-Nebraska Act to secession?

Slavery, and the manifest destiny which was a belief that the US must expand led to Kansas-Nebraska Act of succession. Also the views of Stephen A. Douglas played a part.


The allowed Southerners to take their slaves with them into Kansas and Nebraska.?

Kansas-Nebraska act


What were the steps leading to the bloodshed in Kansas?

What started it was the Kansas- Nebraska Act of 1854 which led to poular soveirgnty and popular soveirgty led to The Bloodshed.


What act led to popular sovereignty to decide the issue of slavery in the new territories?

The Kansas-Nebraska Act.


How did the Kansas-Nebraska act lead to bleeding Kansas?

The Kansas-Nebraska Act also led to "Bleeding Kansas," a mini civil war that erupted in Kansas in 1856. Northerners and Southerners flooded Kansas in 1854 and 1855, determined to convert the future state to their view on slavery.


How did the kansas-nebraska act settle the issue of slavery?

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 allowed for popular sovereignty in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska, meaning that the residents would vote on whether to allow slavery. This led to violent conflicts in Kansas known as "Bleeding Kansas" as pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces clashed. Ultimately, the act did not settle the issue of slavery and instead fueled tensions that eventually led to the Civil War.


Who was involved in the Kansas Nebraska act?

Slaves


What territories were mentioned in the Kansas Nebraska Act?

Kansas and Nebraska


What is true about the kansas Nebraska act?

Kansas and Nebraska were created after the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854. The reason for this Act was to open new farmland and create a Transcontinental Railroad.


What was written primarily for the state of Kansas?

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 was primarily written for the state of Kansas. This act allowed for the territories of Kansas and Nebraska to decide whether they would allow slavery based on popular sovereignty. It ultimately led to violence and conflict in Kansas known as "Bleeding Kansas."