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  • The Compromises
  • Oh wow! haha, i guess we wont be seeing him anytime soon. Also whats with this line what if some states dont want to be slave states
  • Yesterday a slave came to me telling me that he ran away and now is a free man. But he doesent understand that from the Compromise of a 1850 he can be returned from where he came from
  • The Debates on Slavery and states rights
  • You have no power over this man! He is as human as you. You can't do this to any person what would you think if someone did this to you. Slavery is inhumane!
  • Do your work! Your here in the south and you are a slave! Ain't no government offical goin' to tell me I can't have my slaves! My state can do what ever it wants as long as the people of the state want it. We have states's rights!!
  • Election Of 1860
  • Yes i know but for sure this Abraham Lincon wil not win the south will never vote for him. Also dont forget to come tonight whille we burn lincon idols tonight! As governer of Geogria, if Lincon wins I am planning on secession of the Union.
  • The election is coming close and i dont know what to do. So many people that want to ruin our life style are running for president
  • The Missouri Compromise was put in place because new states that were coming into the country. If they were over the 36 ,30 line they are a free state, if they are under it they are a slave state. This caused tension because the north got worried that there would be more slave states then free states and vice versa with the south. The Compromise of 1850 was made for any runaway slaves that were caught could be traded or sold back to where they came from.
  • Need for Slaves
  • We need this gosh darn 36,30 line out of here. So many new states but there are forced to be either slave or free just because this line. California was suppost to be a free state but the people thought the north would have to much power so they had to use the fugitive slve act in return for letting calinfonia be free.
  • I head that they are going to nullify the 36,30 line because it is splitting states in half that are either free or slave.
  • Once free alwas free does not apply to you. You are a slave not a citizen. You are property, you are not able to follow a law suit. Welcome to the supreme court
  • The north and south both agruing over wether slavery was correct or not. The north had more factories so it had less of a need for slaves than the agricultural filled south. Agriculture was a no brainer job due to the cotton gin; so basically slaves were for picking seeds and putting them in the gin. The states eventually argued over if state's had the right to decide if they wanted to be slave or free. This was know as the Kansas- Nebraska Act/ or states rights.
  • Dreds Scott
  • Hello, my name is Dred Scott and i would like to file a lawsuit. I am a slave and i was taken to Wisconsin but then was taking back, on the way back he died, Sense i was in a free state doesnet ''Once free always free'' apply to me so i should be a free man
  • The election of 1860 was one of the biggest or main reason the civil war happend. The reason why this is because the south wanted to keep their lifestyle of owning slaves but lots of people that wanted or planed on ending slavery ran for president. Abraham Lincon was one of them and he planned on getting rid of it. He ended up winning and the south was furious. After he had won South Carolina wanted to succeed and eventually did, then Georgia followed. They were the 5th state to succeed.
  • Alexander Stephens
  • If you would like, okay. But remeber I do not support succesion but i do support slavery
  • The Georgia platform was Georgias opinion on slavery, they needed slaves for thier industry so there state does not die. The cotton gin was a big change to the south, they needed more slaves because there was a more efficient way to make cotton. States started being added into the Union, as they were they were being split to either free or slave by the 36,30 line. They eventually nullified the line then came up with the Kansas Nebraska act which was based on popular sovereignty.
  • Dred Scott was a slave who went to Wisconsin with his owner, then returned to Missouri. While traveling his owner died, and he claimed freedom ''Once Free Always Free''. After many repeals his case finally went to the Supreme Court, They ruled that he is not a person he is considered property not a citizen and he is not able to file a law suit.
  • Alexander Stepehens was a governor, US Congress men and a Senator of Georgia. Stephens believed in slavery but was very against succession. He was voted into Vice President of the Confederacy because of the people's strong belief in his political opinions and strong political background.
  • Mr. Stephens, we have succeeded from the Union and we need a new Vice President. Due to your political background, we want you to be be it.
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