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Why did Kansas get his nickname?

Assuming you mean the nickname "Bleeding Kansas", the nickname appeared in the Civil War. In the Kansas-Nebraska act, the U.S. government allowed the people living in Kansas and Nebraska to vote on wheather they should be slave states or not… Full Answer

How do you use Bleeding Kansas in a sentence?

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.