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The Wyandotte constitution became the Kansas State Constitution

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How did the lecompton constitution lead to the civil war?

Allowed Kansas to become a slave state. Buchanan attempted to push the constitution through the U.S Congress for acceptance. Kansas rejected the Constitution and became a free state.


Did Kansas Ratify the Constitution?

Yes, when Kansas asked for admission as a State.


The lecompton constitution was submitted in which state?

Kansas


Was Virginia the tenth state to become a state?

Yes, Virginia was tenth to be granted statehood under the U.S. Constitution.


What was the wyandotte constitution?

Wyandotte Constitution The Wyandotte Constitution, the charter under which Kansas became a state, was drafted at Wyandotte (now Kansas City, Kansas) by the first territorial convention in which Republicans and Democrats participated (5-29 July 1859). It was adopted by popular vote on 4 October. It followed the constitution of Ohio as a model, prohibited slavery, and reduced Kansas to its present boundaries.Above retrieved from Answers.comViper1


Did the state of Kansas vote for the ratification of the US Constitution?

No. The Constitution was ratified by the thirteen original colonies long before Kansas was US territory.


When did Kansas become a free state?

kansas became the thirty-fourth state in 1861.


Who was the president who endorsed the Lecompton Constitution?

The Lecompton Constitution was one of several state constitutions proposed to the US Congress for approval by the territory of Kansas, as it sought to become a US state. President James Buchanan, although he was not the president at the time, was a supporter of the Lecompton Constitution, which would have preserved slave-owner rights in the new state. Kansas was admitted as a free state in 1861, due to the opposition of abolitionists living their at the time.


Which situation showed how divided the federal government was over''Bleeding Kansas''?

President Pierce wanted Kansas to become a slave state, but Congress did not


When did Kansas state song become there state song?

"Home on the Range" is the official state song of Kansas. It became Kansas' official state song in 1947.


What was the decision about slavery for Kansas and Nebraska?

Nebraska will become a free state and kansas a slave state.


What did the Georgia constitution of 1777 replace?

That they would become a state under the US constitution in the United States of America