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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Kansas Nebraska Act Bleeding Kansas
Slavery
Compromise Of 1850
John Browns Raid
Dred Scott Case
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Who thought of the Kansas Nebraska Act?
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Stephen A. Douglas
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When was the Kansas Nebraska Act established?
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In 1854
6
True of False Kansas and Nebraska would decide
to be free or slave states through popular
sovereignty.
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True
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What area was known as the Nebraska territory
before it split into the two separate territories?
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The territory stretched from Texas to Canada and
from Missouri west to the Rocky Mountains
10
Besides dividing the Nebraska territory, what
else did the Kansas Nebraska Act do?
11
The Kansas Nebraska Act also repealed the
prohibition of slavery north of the Missouri
Compromise line
12
Where did most slaves try to escape to?
13
Canada
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What was the name of the book that showed the
northerners what slavery was really like?
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The name of the book was Uncle Toms Cabin.
16
Who wrote Uncle Toms Cabin, and when was it
published?
17
Harriet Beecher Stowe 1852
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In the new Fugitive Slave Act, anyone caught
hiding runaway-slaves would have what punishment?
19
They could be fined 1,000 and be imprisoned for
up to six months
20
Who was one of the leading conductors on the
underground railroad, other than Harriet Tubman?
21
Elijah Anderson (from Ohio), who led more than
1000 slaves to freedom during the years of
1850-1855
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Who created the compromise of 1850?
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Henry Clay (also created the Missouri Compromise)
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True or False Before the compromise was passed,
Senators Calhoun and Webster had debates about if
it was fair to both sides.
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True Calhoun was ill, so another senator read
his speech that was against the compromise. After
that, Webster made a speech that was for the
compromise. They went back and forth until
Douglas guided each bill through and won approval
for all 5 of them.
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Who passed the compromise President Taylor, or
Millard Fillmore?

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Millard Fillmore, President Taylors successor
(Taylor died about 2 months earlier)
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What were the conditions of the Compromise of
1850 that supported the north?
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California would be a free state, Texas giving up
land, and no slave trade in the nations capital
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What did the Compromise of 1850 state that was in
favor of the south?
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New Mexico, and Utah as states with popular
sovereignty and a law that enforces the return of
runaway slaves.
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How have we heard about John Brown before?
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John Brown was the man that started Bleeding
Kansas
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When and where did John Brown and 18 men invade?
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The night was October 16, 1859 and the town was
Harpers Ferry, Virginia
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Who was the president that ordered the troops to
go in after John Brown?
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President James Buchanan
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Who led the militia that went after John Brown?
39
Colonel Robert E. Lee
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What was John Browns plan?
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His plan was to go to the arsenal, grab weapons,
and distribute them to the slaves, who were
supposed to kill their owners. This was to get
rid of slavery.
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Who was the judge that made the decision in the
Dred Scott case?
43
Chief Justice Roger B. Taney
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What were the names of the two states that Dred
Scott was taken to?
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Illinois and Wisconsin
46
True or False The court voted 7-2, going along
with Dred.
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False many of the judges favored slavery and
they voted 7-2 against him.
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On what date was the Dred Scott case decision
made?
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March 6, 1857 Roger Taney made his decision.
50
Other than Dred Scott not being free, what other
decision was made at the same time?
51
The Congress had no right to prohibit slavery in
the territories, and all territories were now
open to slavery.
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