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anonymous

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How did westward expansion impact slaves?

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  1. anonymous
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    I know it has to do with the compromise of 1850

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    Compromise of 1850: • California joined the United States as a free state. • Texas joined the Union as a slaveholding state after being reimbursed for their claims on western lands. • Popular sovereignty would be used in Utah and New Mexico to decide the issue of slavery. • Slave auctions in Washington, D.C. were ended. • The Fugitive Slave Act required all Americans to help return runaway slaves.

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    Search up the Fugitive Slave Act

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    O_O sure thing Anthony (Be.... Mineeee...)

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    T_T ..

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