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Q: Forced congress to decide if slavery would be allowed in regions west of the mississippi?
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The forced Congress to decide if slavery would be allowed in regions west of the Mississippi.?

Missouri compromise


Which states allowed slavery in early America?

the answer is Texas, louisisana, Mississippi, Georgia,Virginia,South Carolina


Was Mississippi for slavery in 1861?

Mississippi seceded from the Union on January 9, 1861 because it favored slavery.


When was slavery abolished in Mississippi?

Mississippi became the last state in the United States to abolish slavery in 1995.


What was Wilmot Proviso idea to proposed to congress?

To keep slavery out of any lands obtained from Mexico


Which of the following was one of the ways in which the Constitution addressed the issue of slavery?

Congress was not allowed to make a law banning the slave trade before 1808.


Which of the following statements were included in the Crittenden Compromise of 1860?

it was rejected by congress and the president.


Did the congress have the right to the future of slavery?

Restrict the future of slavery


What did congress have the right to for the future of slavery?

Restrict the future of slavery


Did congress have the right to ____ the future of slavery?

Restrict the future of slavery


Fear of slavery contribute to the disintegration of the federal union?

Other way round. The South feared that slavery might be abolished, or at least that no new slave-states would be allowed, and that this would reduce their influence in Congress.


What was a part of the Crittenden Compromise?

Answer this question… Slavery would be permanently allowed in the South.