History Storyboard- Tiennity Le p.1

History Storyboard- Tiennity Le p.1

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  • Northern Free States: Feeling about state addition? 
  • We're amazing! So smart that we also added Maine with Missouri to keep the balance between free and slave states alive.
  • Yeah... another slave state, but at least we got another free state. 2 more states to add to the growing US.
  • Northern Free States: Feelings about the 36°30′ line?
  • I don't think we did. But if we did, we can create a new law or something. 
  • I really hope that we didn't make a mistake of accepting the 36°30' line.
  • Northern Free States: Who was involved?
  • Yes indeed. King, Davis, Lincoln, Douglas, and many other men were brave enough to stand for what's right. 
  • We can agree that all the men that were involved and on our side to this debate of slavery are good men. 
  •  Northern free states had accepted the new states addition because it would allow the US to gain 2 new states, and the balance between free and slave states isn't disrupted. They thought the states addition were fair because both the North and South benefited from it by gaining a new state for their side. 
  • Southern Slave States: Feelings about state additions?
  • Ha ha! We have gained a new slave state, Missouri. Darn, if only the Northern states didn't earn another state too, we could've been rebellious for ruining the state balance. 
  • Northern free states had felt that the 36°30' line was acceptable because they didn't exactly love it or hate it, they'd just agree to the line because they didn't want the Southern slaves states to make the western hemisphere all slave states.
  • Southern Slave States: Feelings about the 36°30′ line?
  • I agree. Northern states won't realize that they agreed to more slaves into the future.
  • Rufus King, a Federalist US senator from New York and a supporter of anti-slavery.  Jefferson Davis, a US senator from Mississippi, and opposed slavery. Abraham Lincoln, a US congressman, future 16th president, and he rebutted against slavery. Stephen A. Douglas, a US politician, a former leader of the Democratic Party, and he opposed slavery.  
  • Southern Slave States: Who was involved?
  • Slave owners and congressmen such as: Pinkney, Taylor, and Polk. They support us in anyway possible.
  • Southern states had felt accomplished that another slave state had been added to the US, but a free state had also been added with the slave state in order to keep the balance between the free and slave states. Each side had benefited from the new state additions, and for a short time, both sides had been peaceful. 
  • It's just a matter of time before Southern slave states will get their way.
  • Southern states had agreed and were enthusiastic about being able to have the opportunity to have slave states with the approval of the Northern States because they had agreed to the 36°30' line. Also the vast, empty land for slave states, the large land gives slave states an excuse for having slaves.
  • I am a firm believer that Southern states will have to have slaves because of this line. The land is too vast, so we must bring slaves.
  • William Pinkney, a Maryland senate, US statesmen, and supporter of slave states and Missouri Compromise.  Zachory Taylor, a war hero, US congressman, a slave owner, and from the South but he had refused to appease the South. James K. Polk, a slave holder, a believer of not needing slaves but didn't do anything about it, and he was the person who suggested the 36°
  • Many congressmen and people living in the Southern states are slave owners. Glad we got support from people in Congress. 
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