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Q: Are there some famous slaves in the Missouri compromise?
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What were the main issues that led to Henry clays compromise?

People complained about having slaves. Some people liked having slaves and some people didn't. In the end, Missouri was a slave state and Maine was a free state.


What is the conflict and compromise in slaves and the sugar islands?

IT IS A CONFLICT AND COMPROMISE BECAUSE THEY SOLD SLAVES FOR SUGR AND SOME PEOPLE DIDNT AGREE WITH THIS.


What did The Missouri Compromise say about slavery?

The Missouri Compromise made slavery illegal in much of the US, except for the state of Missouri. Some people believe that this made the Civil War erupt later than it would have without the compromise.


What were the main issues that led to Henry Clays proposed compromise?

People complained about having slaves. Some people liked having slaves and some people didn't. In the end, Missouri was a slave state and Maine was a free state.


Which compromise would protect slavery south of the Missouri Compromise line?

The Missouri Compromise itself (1820). Also the very last compromise attempted before the outbreak of war (Crittenden) proposed that the Missouri Line could be re-established and extended all the way to the Pacific. It was this compromise that Lincoln rejected, because it could have allowed some extension of slavery.


What problem did some northerners have with the Kansas-Nebraska Act?

It violated the Missouri Compromise.


Why did some northerners object to dividing the nebraska territory in two?

It would allow slavery to spread north of the line established by the Missouri compromise. - Novanet


How did the south feel about the Compromise of 1850?

The north had some supporters of the compromise while other northerners opposed it. While the northern democrats accepted the compromise, the northern Whigs thought it to be unfair to northern territories. They especially believed that this compromise would create a problem with fugitive slaves having to force slave owning farmers to waste productive agricultural time hunting down slaves.


Why wasn't the north and the south able to compromise over their differences in 1861?

They did - the Missouri Compromise. This lasted thirty years, and was only rendered impractical by the admission of California, a state that extended so far on either side of the Missouri line that both sides claimed it. If only California could have been admitted as two separate states - North and South - there needn't have been a Civil War. The Missouri Compromise was very sensible, and deserved to last.


How did the Missouri Compromise either raise or reduce tensions over the slavery issue?

The Missouri Compromise was used to please both pro and anti-slavery people from the North and South with a regulation that prohibited slavery in some states and allowed it in other.


What famous people are from Missouri?

Walt Disney, Mark Twain, Harry S. Truman, and Jessica James are some famous people from Missouri.


Did the Compromise of 1850 essentially restore the Missouri Compromise?

No. It replaced it with a deal - California to be admitted as a free state, with certain concessions to appease the South, including tightening-up the Fugitive Slave Act. It was the last-minute Crittenden Compromise that was meant to restore the Missouri Line, but Lincoln rejected this compromise, because it would have allowed some extension of slavery.