Class Notes 21- Impending Crisis, Part 1 (11-15)

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The Impending Crisis, Part 1 Wednesday, November 14, 2007 10:47 PM Time Period: Today's ID's: I.D. Who What When Where Significance Missouri  Compromise James  Talmage  (R ) Maine allowed to  enter as a free state Missouri allowed to  enter as a slave state Rest of LA  purchase: (36 30 line)  below the line-slavery,  north of the line- free 1820 Louisiana  purchase Northern  unorganized  territory- never have  slavery, holds until  more states are  added into the  nation, trying to  avoid issues of  slavery “Fifty-four  Forty or  Fight!”           Mexican- American  War           Treaty of  Guadalupe  Hidalgo   Ended war with  Mexico Provisions: Mexico  recognized TX  independence, give  territory  (CA/NV/UT/Colorado/Ne w Mexico/AZ), Mexico  gets 15M dollars, and  US covers debts (3M)     One of the first  aggressive wars in  US, biggest land  grab made by the  US, everything is all  messy again after  the neatness of the  Missouri  Compromise Compromise  of 1850          
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1. Missouri Compromise, 1820 A. South saw that population-wise they could never keep up with the north B. South thought it could continue to protect slavery C. B 1819: 11 free, 11 slave D. 2 states wanted admission to the union: Maine (free) and Missouri (slave) E. James Talmage of NY (R)- wanted no more slaves allowed into Missouri 
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