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Q: Who Led a small group of abolitionists in a massacre of a slavery settlement in Kansas?
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Led a small group of abolitionists in a massacre of a slavery settlement in Kansas?

(John Brown)


Led a small group of abolitionists in a massacre of a slavery settlement in Kansas.?

(John Brown)


As a result of the massacre at the slavery settlement newspapers called the Kansas territory?

(Bleeding Kansas)


What state was there constant bloodshed between abolitionists and supporters of slavery?

Primarily Kansas, although Missouri was also involved. The term "Bloody Kansas" refers to a pre-civil war period in which Abolitionists and Slavery-supporters entered into a conflict. The slavers from Missouri would cross into Kansas to slaughter the Kansas Abolitionists, and vice-versa.


What cotroversy did kansas have over slavery issues?

Marais des Cygnes Massacre


What is the pottawatomie massacre?

Brown and his men killed five pro-slavery men in Kansas in what became known as the Pottawatomie Massacre.


What was the Pottawatomie massacre in Kansas in 1856?

Brown (John Brown) and his men killed five pro-slavery men in cold blood in Kansas in what became known as the Pottawatomie Massacre.


What events started bleeding kansas?

Prior to Kansas joining the Union, the Kansas Territory was a hotbed of violence and chaos between abolitionists and pro-slavery settlers. Kansas was known as Bleeding Kansas as these forces collided.


In the 1850s, the territory of Kansas became known as "Bleeding Kansas" after violence erupted between abolitionists and those who were pro-slavery. Why were people living in Kansas so divided on the issue of slavery?

Pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces fought for control of the territory because it had not yet been decided if Kansas would become a free or slave state.


Why did they call kansas bleeding during this time?

Prior to Kansas joining the Union, the Kansas Territory was a hotbed of violence and chaos between abolitionists and pro-slavery settlers. Kansas was known as Bleeding Kansas as these forces collided.


Rifles paid for by New England abolitionists and brought to Kansas by anti-slavery pioneers?

Sharps rifles or "Beecher's Bibles"


What led newspapers to speak of bleeding Kansas'?

The Kansas - Nebraska Act was passed by both Houses in the Congress. This resulted in violence between pro slavery people and anti slavery abolitionists. Thus the term "Bleeding Kansas was used to describe the fighting there.

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