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Why was Kansas referred to as bleeding Kansas?

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2012-06-02 17:22:13
2012-06-02 17:22:13

They were referred to as this because this one bad person(guy) decided to rape every girl there and after he had messed with them all, every single girl had some kind of deadly disease that he passed them which was bleeding out of their vagina 24/7 ,...of course they all died unfortunately,...and they guy was hanged by most of the men that had their women taken from them...the guy was named Chandler Roosevelt.

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Since we don't have the item from the article you read a general answer is the only thing that can be given. Bleeding Kansas comes from a newspaper headline about the John Brown attack in Lawrence Kansas.

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The term Bleeding Kansas was used to describe an internal struggle that presaged the US Civil War. The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 resulted in armed violence, involving pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces, in the border war referred to as Bleeding Kansas.

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Bleeding Kansas was a dispute, not a place.

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Slavery was an issue that contributed to the event of Bleeding Kansas. Bleeding Kansas was also known as the Bloody Kansas war.

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the phrase bleeding kansas started in 1854

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Many acts of slavery related violence within Kansas.

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The significance of Bleeding Kansas was that it deepened the divide between the North and South regarding slavery. Bleeding Kansas resulted in Kansas entering the Union as a free state.

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Bleeding Kansas (or Bloody Kansas) was so named because of a series of violent events, involving anti-slavery Free-Staters and pro-slavery "Border Ruffian" elements, that took place in the Kansas Territory and the western frontier towns of the U.S. state of Missouri roughly between 1854 and 1858.

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bleeding Kansas was given that name because there was allot of violence and blood in Kansas

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Civil war broke out in Kansas, continued for three years, and the territory came to be called "Bleeding Kansas."

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The Kansas Nebraska act

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because of popular sovereignty and all the outbreaks between Kansas and Nebraska (border ruffians) there was a newspaper made that gave the name bleeding Kansas

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Bleeding Kansas, also known as the Border War, took place from 1854 to 1861. It involved the states of Kansas and Missouri.

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From 1854-1861, a variety of conflicts, referred to as 'Bleeding Kansas,' occurred in the territory (and soon-to-be state) of Kansas between pro-slavery and anti-slavery Americans. These conflicts had the general effect of adding to national tensions between the South and the North and may be said to have contributed to the outbreak of the American Civil War.

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after a series of blooding riots

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Prior to Kansas joining the Union, the Kansas Territory was a hotbed of violence and chaos between abolitionists and pro-slavery settlers. Kansas was known as Bleeding Kansas as these forces collided.

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Well, for starters, they both have the word kansas!!

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bleeding kansas, two governments in kansas

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Bleeding Kansas showed America that they had a say in their fate of slavery. It opened their eyes to see that it was wrong.

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Prior to Kansas joining the Union, the Kansas Territory was a hotbed of violence and chaos between anti-slavery and pro-slavery settlers. Kansas was known as Bleeding Kansas as these forces collided over the issue of slavery in the United States. The term "Bleeding Kansas" was coined by Republican Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune.

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a hurricane hit and everybody started bleeding


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