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Name:Timiyah Smith-Washington Date:12/07 School:GSHSFacilitator:Susan Nelson 11.02 Tensions Build Read the Event and Consequences chart. Event Consequences Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Fugitive slaves who escaped to the Northwest Territory could be captured and returned to their slave owner. U.S. Constitution Fugitive Slave Clause - 1789 Escaping to a free state couldn’t make one free. Fugitive slaves should be returned to owner. Fugitive Slave Act 1793 Required citizens to help in catching fugitive slaves. Denied fugitives the right to a trial by jury. Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 Required citizens to help in catching fugitive slaves. Denied fugitives the right to a trial by jury. Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854 Repealed the Missouri Compromise and changed slave question to popular sovereignty. Dred Scott Decision - 1857 African-Americans had no rights as American citizens. Congress didn’t have the right to prohibit slavery. I. Kansas-Nebraska Act Answer the questions below using information from the lesson and the chart above.