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Henry Clay was the one who drafted the compromise of 1850 and the Missouri compromise of 1820.

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The compromise of 1820 is the missouri compromise and it prohibited slavery in unorganized territory of the great plans. The compromise of 1850 amitted california as a free state.


both the missouri compromise of 1820 and the compromise of 1850 settled conflicts between the north and the south over


The Kentucky Congressman who wrote the Compromise of 1850 was Henry Clay.


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The Missouri Compromise was not 1850 but 1820, and it was engineered by the politician Henry Clay. It was also Clay, in his old age, who was called out of retirement to engineer the Compromise of 1850.


The Compromise of 1850 was written by a man named Henry Clay .


The Missouri Compromise was finalized between September 9 and 20 in the year 1850.


The compromises that the north and south reached were the Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Compromise of 1850.


The Missouri Compromise of 1820 lasted 30 years. The US remained divided on where slavery could exist and thus the Missouri Compromise of 1850 was enacted.


The Missouri Compromise was not 1850 but 1820. It settled the issue of slavery in the new territories acquired from France in the Louisiana Purchase. The Compromise of 1850 was also to do with slavery/freedom in new territories, this time the ones acquired from Mexico.




Compromise of 1850 Kansas-Nebraska act 1854



The Compromise of 1850 Missouri Compromise was a slave state and Maine was a free state, prohibited salvery above 36 30. Compromise of 1850 and Kansas-Nebraska Act


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The Compromise of 1850 was passed on September 9th, 1850.


You have to be mentally dumb to not knowthat. It says the Compromise Of 1850!!! 1850, it is right in your question you dumba--!!!




There is not a Compromise of 1950 but there is a Compromise of 1850. The Compromise of 1850 consists of five laws passed in September of 1850 that dealt with the issue of slavery.


To be clear, the Missouri Compromise of 1820, engineered among others, by Speaker of the House, Henry Clay was a success in creating the method of keeping the number of slave States and Non - slave States in balance. The less successful Missouri Compromise of 1850 was so because of new geographical situations created by the US's expanding territories. In 1854 Congress passed the Kansas - Nebraska Act calling for voters in territories to vote on the issue of slavery. This negated the work of the 1850 Missouri Compromise.


1820-1850 is probably the time it was going on.


The Compromise of 1850 can be compared to the Compromise of 1820 (Missouri Compromise), mainly by comparing how the two compromises were different and alike in how they were able to successfully appease both the North and the South on the issue of slavery. The Compromise of 1850 was designed to prevent the South from seceding, and delaying the Civil War. It was created mostly to deal with the problem on how to annex California into the Union, because the North and the South disputed over whether or not to split California into two different states, the Northern section being slave-free, and the Southern section allowing slavery. The Compromise of 1820 prohibited slavery above the line of 30o60' North, except in Missouri, therefore solving the problem of how to divide the land acquired by the Union in the Mexican War.


Henry Clay made the compromise of 1850.