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The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 Mapping the Controversy...

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The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 – Mapping the Controversy Instructions: Use the interactive map at this link to answer the following questions. By 1854, how many states were free? How many states were slave states? Free States:11 Slave State:11 Did free states and territories or slaveholding states have the most land area in 1854? (This can be calculated by adding together the square miles of all of the free states and territories, and then doing the same for the slave states. Compare the two numbers.) Highlight the column with the greater area. Land Area Free States and Territories Slave States and Territories ME: 29,895 DE: 1,965 NH: 9,031 MD: 9,941 VT: 9,124 VA: 64,284 MA : 8,041 KY: 40,181 RI: 1,061 MO: 68,727 CT: 4,820 NC: 48,740 NY: 47,652 TN: 41,687 NJ: 7,514 AR: 52,525 PA: 44,832 SC: 30,495 OH: 40,740 GA: 58,725 MI: 57,480 AL: 51,279 IN: 35,885 MS: 68,727 WI: 55,256 LA: 45,409 IL: 56,002 TX: 262,398
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MN : 163,457 FL: 54,861 IA: 55,586 WA : - OR: 282,257 CA: 155,900 Total 1,034638 899,944 Which was more densely populated, the free states or the slave states? Highlight the column with a higher average population density. Population Density Free States and Territories (p/mi 2 ) Slave States and Territories (p/mi 2 ) ME: 19.5 DE: 46.6 NH: 35.2 MD: 58.6 VT: 34.4 VA: 22.1 MA: 123.7 KY: 24.4 RI: 138.3 MO: 9.9 CT: 76.9 NC: 17.8 NY: 65.0 TN: 24.1 NJ: 65.2 AR: 4.0 PA: 51.6 SC: 21.9 OH: 48.6 GA: 15.4 MI: 6.9 AL: 15.0
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