In a political charge decision,the court, under Chief Justice Roger Taney,rules that Scott was slave forever and that he had no rights as a citizen and that the Missouri Compromise, which prohibit slavery in northern states and territories.
He traveled to a state
He was born in 1799, to the Peter Blow family, in Virginia.
We made it!
Dred Scott lived and died a slave, despite his best efforts to become a free man in the supreme court case that bears his name.
During the next dozen years, Emerson and Scott traveled to the Illinois and Wisconsin Territories, living for a time in both places.
Now that he was free,Dred Scott seemingly had the world at his feet.