He tried to raid a federal armory but failed he was tried and found guilty. Some people saw him as a terrorist and some as a hero.
People that were against slavery and did not like it. they were assaulted and murdered.
He was the 16th president of the United States of America. He did not like slavery and was against it.
They were states that slavery was illegal in them
It was " heaven " for the slaves because any slaves that went there were free and a lot of the runaway slaves went there to be free
He was a slave living in Illinois and wanted his freedom but the Supreme Court said that African Americans were citizens
This was the best selling book after the Bible. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote this book.
This law let maters capture their runaway slaves even from free territories
This new act forced Northerners to return the runaway slaves. They used bloodhounds to search for runaway slaves and nicknamed " Bloodhound Law "
It was states that slavery was allowed and normal. Some people thought that they were doing the slaves a favor
Slaves that would escape from their masters were called ?
it was a war that was fought in America. The Union Army against the Confederate Army. This war lasted from 1861 to 1865.
It was the army that was against slavery and was the Northern States.
It was the army that wanted slavery also known as the Southern states
They were captured, and sold into slavery. In the United States the slaves were mostly from Africa.
People would have salves and would sell them to other people for money.
It was this new invention that increased the demand for cotton which meant for more slaves.
This act ignored the Missouri Compromise because they could decide if they were free state of slave state.( Kansas and Nebraska are above the Missouri Compromise Line)
She is the woman who wrote the book Uncle Tom's Cabin, she was abolitionist too.
He was he commander of the Confederate States Army

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