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Why did many southerners support the kansas-nebraska act

Many southerners supported the Kansas-Nebraska Act because it allowed the citizens of these two newly formed states to choose, by popular vote, whether or not to be a slave state. The Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed in 1854.

Over which issue did Abraham Lincoln and Stephen a Douglas disagree during their debates

It was the issue of slavery that Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A Douglas disagreed about during their political debates. Stephen A Douglas supported slavery while Abraham Lincoln opposed it.

What did Harriet Beecher Stowe do that increased tensions between the North and the South

She wrote a novel that aroused compassion for enslaved people.

Why did some northerners object to dividing the nebraska territory in two

It would allow slavery to spread north of the line established by the Missouri compromise. - Novanet

What was one outcome of the compromise of 1850

Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act.

Why did some northerners support personal liberty laws

they resented federal intervention in the affairs of independent states

What conductor on the underground railroad was known as black moses

Harriet Tubamn

How did the newly opened territory of Kansas become a battleground for the issue of slavery

two opposing governments were established in kansas: proslavery and antislavery

What was the long term effect of the bleeding kansas problem

the north and south became more divided over the issue of slavery

Which US political party broke up as a consequence of the compromise of 1850

The whig party

Which factor most influenced the southern way of life

(novanet) most crops were tended with slave labor

How did the border ruffians contribute to the bleeding Kansas problem

They forced local residents to vote for pro-slavery candidates.

What would the constitutional amendment proposed in the crittenden compromise have done

The Crittenden Compromise was mainly about creating an unamendable amendment to the Constitution allowing slavery below the latitude 36 -30. It also stipulated that all prior political party affiliations be changed to the Union Party. The idea was to work out some sort of compromise to prevent the session of the South.

What issue started the violence in the Kansas territory

the vote over whether to allow slavery

What contributed to the event of Bleeding Kansas

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

Who created the conflict that characterized the Kansas territory as bleeding Kansas

Abolitionists and Ruffian borders conflict

What did Abraham Lincoln say in his inaugural address

He would not interfere with slavery in the states where it already existed.

What was an effect of the events in bleeding Kansas

tensions and violence over slavery spreadoutside kansas.

What was the most important factor in John Brown's decision to launch the raid at Harpers Ferry

Harper's Ferry was was a hub of trains and canals, which provided escape routes.

By all accounts, the location chosen by John Brown to start a slave revolt, was a poor one. There were very few slaves in the area of Harper's Ferry.

Why did John Brown's raid at Harpers Ferry fail

Because John Brown was outnumbered and he should have had a lot more people to start with. Few black or white Americans were prepared to join a rebellion led by a fanatical abolitionist.

What issue did Stephen A Douglas believe had a constitutional basis for its resolution

Slave ownership in territories could be decided by popular sovereignty (Novanet Answer)

What role did Roger B Taney play in determining whether or not slaves could sue in the courts

Taney led the U.S. Supreme Court as Chief Justice in the Dred Scott decision.

What contributed to the growth of the know-nothing movement in the mid-1850s

the growing immigrant population - NovaNet

Which new political party with a central antislavery philosophy became popular in the north in the mid- 1850s

The Republican Party

Who demanded nothing less than... a Revolution in the government of the country

William Lloyd Garrison

Why did the publication of Uncle Tom’s Cabin infuriate people in the South

One reason that the publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin infuriated people in the South was that southerners felt that it was an inaccurate depiction of Southern life (Stowe had never been to a Southern plantation).

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